Wok&Go gets going

Asian food franchise Wok&Go has launched a search to find 10 new restaurant locations across the UK during 2013/14

Founded in 2007 by former financial analyst Des Pheby, the chain offers a fusion of Thai, Malaysian, Chinese, Japanese and Indonesian food in the form of cooked-to-order noodles, curries, soups and rice meals.

Wok&Go currently has two stores in Chester and the same number in both Liverpool and Nottingham with additional stores in Birmingham, Hull and Leeds.

Property advisor Cushman & Wakefield has been retained to focus on edge of prime retail units with A3/A5 planning consent, ranging from 800 to1,200 sq ft in high footfall locations such as primary shopping centres, high streets and even high quality retail parks. There is an early requirement within London’s West End and Manchester.

Matt Illingworth, partner in Cushman & Wakefield’s retail team, said: “Wok&Go is a premium quality brand which has established itself very well since opening its first store in Chester only six years ago.”

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