You will want to dine at wok wok, only when you have exhausted the other Japanese options in town. Not that wok wok food is not good. It is good (especially the soups) but it offers less value for money (and a more impersonal setting) than the concurrence. (SushiBar, BeniHama, Tsunami are great places to dine)
It is quite expensive, but i guess this is no surprise since it is located at the Intercontinental Phoenicia.
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