Wok on Fire Chinese Restaurant

  • Wok on Fire Chinese Restaurant

    Wok on Fire Chinese Restaurant is located on Granite Drive in Rocklin just off HW 80 and Rocklin Road.

    Conveniently located just a few blocks from highway 80 and about 1 mile from the Sierra College campus, Wok on Fire is a comfortable restaurant that is guaranteed to provide a relaxing evening.


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    Located about 1 mile from the Sierra College Campus

    4789 Granite Dr

    Rocklin, CA 95677

     

    (916) 624-1002

     

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    Located in the Rocklin Square Shopping Center Next to Safeway

     

    Open Monday ~ Sunday: 11:30 am to 9 pm

     

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    DINE IN for LUNCH AND DINNER

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    FOOD to GO * PERFECT for BUSINESS LUNCHEONS

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    Call ahead and we will have it ready for you for carry out.

    Wok on Fire is proud to be an established restaurant which has been recognized as one of the tastiest treats in Rocklin, CA.

    We take pride to serve authentic Szechuan, Hunan and Mandarin style cuisine presented within a clean, classy atmosphere and we deliver healthy ingredients, freshly cooked and served with a smile to our customers .

    Conveniently located just a few blocks from highway 80 and about 1 mile from the Sierra College campus, Wok on Fire is a comfortable restaurant that is guaranteed to provide a relaxing evening.

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    Cantonese From Canton or “Guangdong” Province in the southeastern part of China (the same area as Hong Kong), Cantonese food s the mildest and most common kind of Chinese food in the United States.

    Cantonese food tends to be more colorful, less spicy and is usually stir fried, which preserves both the texture and flavor.

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    Szechwan and Hunan Food from the Szechwan (or “Four Rivers”) basin is characteristic south-western Chinese food.

    Food throughout the western regions of China are liberal in their use of garlic, scallions, and chilly.

    Consequently, it’s the spiciest region of Chinese food available and certainly very tasty.

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    Posted from Rocklin, California, United States.

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