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The Hub's Wok

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    ( 8 reviews )
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Shop 1 / 22 Barry Parade, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, OLD 4006

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers a separate Asian vegetarian menu in addition to its regular non-veg menu. Meals are cooked to order, so vegans could specify. Uses lamyong vegetarian products. Seats 60 diners. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Chinese, Asian, Non-veg

Reviews (8)

First Review by asocial

What's Vegan - Edit

Disappointing that they didn't know what Vegan was, but staff were generally friendly and attentive. Wonton Soup lacked any flavour and was so bland (see no seasoning and clear warm water), the satay dish was nice but the black beans as overly seasoned and salty. Ok food, good Vego menu with a lot that I think can be veganised.

Pros: Ok food, Not Busy, Friendly staff

Cons: Don't know what Vegan is, Some dishes not seasoned/overly seasoned, Very Cheap


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Friendly staff, delicious food - Edit

Staff is super friendly and double check everything when you tell them you are vegan. We ate yummy vege spicy chili & satay. Both came with different kinds of mock meat. I would definitely go back.

Pros: BYO

Cons: No license to serve alcohol. (but BYO is ok!)


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Pretty good!!! - Edit

Cool venue, nice vegan food (you can ask vegetarian options to be veganised by excluding animal based products). Friendly staff. I'd definitely go back.

Updated from previous review on Monday May 18, 2015

Pros: A reasonable amount of choices

Cons: need vegan friendly lunch specials


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Cheap, Fast, Delicious - Edit

I went to The Hub's Wok with 3 friends and we all loved it. We asked what was vegan and they said everything on the vegetarian menu was. We had a bit of a miscommunication about dairy in their milkshakes but that was cleared up. The food came out pretty soon after ordering and it was delicious. We all enjoyed our meals and will be going back in the future.


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family meal - Edit

Took the family of 5 for dinner, and asked what was vegan. The vegetarian staff member came to help us through the menu. With her help, we chose the nasi lemak, mongolian dish, 2 serves of satay chicken sticks, spring rolls and rice. She steered us into choices that the kids would enjoy and ensured we didn't order more than we could eat, which we appreciated. The food was really good, the right amount and we were all happily full at the end. It came to $52, which is pretty good for 3 entrees and 2 mains with extra rice. We'll be back.

Pros: friendly helpful service, fast and tasty food, toilet inside (good for little kids)


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most amazing mock meat I have ever had !!! - Edit

We ordered the Vege Dim Sims, satay skewers, won tons, laksa and Mongolian dish

The Mongolian dish blew me away with the amazing flavor !!!!! Will be ordering that again for sure !!!!

And the satay skewers were another favorite !!

Everything was amazing and the staff were super friendly

Cannot recommend highly enough :)


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Basically city wok relocated. - Edit

This is the old City Wok from Elizabeth Arcade people with almost the exact same menu. Still the same solid vego options that are usually well done - laksa, nasi lemak, kwae teow etc. Mish-mash of Malay, Thai, Chinese. Funny spot half way between city and valley.


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