A small bite from this weeks' coming restaurant review of Wok Town:
Lychee fruit, mango sorbet, and green tea ice cream are dessert selections. The last was grainy, and indeed the fare at Wok Town is not without flaws -- an undercooked broccoli spear here, an underseasoned soup there. But this eager-to-please newcomer also does a lot of things right and is clearly focused on providing fresh, fast Chinese food for downtowners to eat in, take out, or have delivered.
119 SE First Ave., Miami; 305-371-9993; woktown.com
Lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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