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“Quick fresh Oriental food”
Review of Wok In Motion

Wok In Motion
Ranked #164 of 273 Restaurants in West Des Moines
Cuisines: Chinese
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Reviewed 14 November 2015

Lunch time can be hectic for both the restaurateur and the diner especially when the office goers rush out to eat - blame it on the great weather! Here is a place to go for quiet lunch.

Thank Joe D
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Reviewed 2 July 2015 via mobile

Great place! Never really that busy so great place to go and be able to talk! The food is great, fresh and prepared in a timely manner!

Thank Leramorton
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Reviewed 28 May 2015 via mobile

We go here frequently to get good local Chinese food. Easy menu, limited selection, but covers the bases. Service is good and perfunctory. Interior is plain and simple. But the food is worth it. Sushi is very good as well with a nice selection.

Thank Dick S
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Reviewed 19 May 2015

The waitress was very friendly! With that being said, it was an average experience at best. The lunchtime specials is a good thing though. You get free miso soup with the special, but the soup is not anything to write home about. Save your writing for Trip Advisor!

The sushi was okay. What I really liked were the Oshinko pickles in them. If I can find those at a store, my homemade sushi will be spectacular! I liked the thinner noodles they use for vegetable Lo Mein. The flavor is more detectable than the larger flat noodles. Plenty of vegetables in it too!

As we were leaving, the cook was going out to take a smoke break. He looked like he was beat, but there were only three couples in the restaurant!

Question: Were they on Triple D or not?

Thank LC95
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Reviewed 4 April 2015 via mobile

As we first walked in the first thing you see is the sushi bar lined with two different types of bar stool and a sushi fridge with it's lights out. The ambience is further highlighted by the pop music playing in the background. Then you look past the sushi bar to see ziplock bag boxes on the top shelf and disarray of misc stuff. We are quickly seated and our drink orders taken. The menu has a sparse offering of Chinese dishes and the Sushi menu even sparser. Our drink come pretty quickly. We then place our order to then wait for a good 20 minutes for the food. We get our food and found that it was quite good but not great. We tried the beef and broccoli with fried rice and spicy tuna, flying fish roe and one of the specialty rolls.

2  Thank Ottoandjenny
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