Wok&Go expands into Ireland, Northern Ireland and Pakistan

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Wok&Go Where flame meets flavour

Wok&Go is a fresh, Asian fusion food chain, blending the best in Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian, Chinese and Japanese cuisine

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The fastest growing Asian fusion food chain, which blends Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian, Chinese and Japanese cuisine, now has 26 franchises across the world.

Since opening its first bar in Chester, Wok&Go has come a long, long way. Of its growing success, the noodle bar franchise said, “We are ecstatic to be continuing our expansion across the UK and beyond and will have continued updates on the expansion as and when available.”

With franchises already established across England and Wales, these new locations in Northern Ireland, Ireland and Pakistan are an incredible, international step for Wok&Go, and the chain hopes to keep growing throughout 2021. This goal seems likely to come to fruition, as Wok&Go continues to be a popular choice among customers searching for delicious, healthy and speedy food options with a touch of service theatricality.

For the chance to work with this thriving franchise as a franchisee, you’ll need to make a minimum initial investment of £100,000, with total franchising costs of £200,000. After two years, your expected revenue as a Wok&Go franchisee is an impressive £550,000. Franchising with the Asian fusion brand comes with many different benefits and offerings, including:

  • Wok&Go recipes from the franchisor

  • Multiple revenue streams (eat in, take out and delivery incorporated into the business model)

  • A wide existing customer base

  • Support and assistance with recruitment and training

  • Fortnightly visits from an area manager assigned to your location

  • Inclusion in national marketing programmes

Ron Laker, a franchisee with Wok&Go, shared more about his experience.

“I was looking for a franchise that offered me something different. Wok&Go hit the right spot, offering a great deal of flexibility in the managed franchise option. It allows me to get the best of both worlds as I am based in the USA and I have other business commitments. In fact, it’s worked out so well I now own three sites.”

For more information about the business, visit Wok&Go’s profile page.

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