Daily Wok is one of several Asian-inspired fast food places around Delft. With quick service and cheap meals, it’s popular with students and not bad for dinner on the run.
The premise of the menu is that you select a base (rice or noodles), a protein (egg, chicken, etc) and a sauce. You have the option of selecting vegetables and add ons (like cashews) as well. They quickly stir fry your order and serve your steaming hot meal in an oyster pail. They also have a number of suggested combinations, in case you can’t choose.
The food is typical of fast food establishments. No promise of organic or local vegetables. For a basic, quick meal, it’s not bad.
The pepper beef (beef in a black pepper sauce) over udon is pretty tasty, as is the zoetzure kip (sweet and sour chicken with pineapple). Though the best thing to do is take advantage of the options and create your own. Unlike Eazie, a similar competitor, you don’t get to select your own vegetables (unless you want to pay extra).
It’s cheap and fast, so don’t expect much in the way of interior design, but it’s clean and well-maintained. They offer a selection of magazines for your reading pleasure (though they are nearly all in Dutch).
Only counter services is available and the wait staff get the job done.
The entire menu is in English. They are very into their social media presence, so if you Tweet about the place or check in on Foursquare, your update may appear on the screens in the restaurant.
Lunch for one will cost around €5.00.
Delft City Center
Oude Langendijk 23D
Categories: $$, Asian, Counter Service, Restaurant, Take Away