CHEFS SPECIALS Crispy Beef- Well marinated crispy beef with chili peppers & chef’s special sauce Szechuan Chicken- Coated in sweet & spicy sauce, tossed with chili peppers on a bed of crunchy noodles Black Pepper Beef- Coated & fried, cooked in a black pepper sauce Sizzling Steak- Sliced steak sautéed in black pepper sauce with onions & bell peppers, served on a hot plate Fun Wun Gai- Chicken breast stuffed with pastrami, served over oriental vegetables in brown sauce Orange Beef- Deep fried with orange peels & chili peppers in a tangy sauce
CHICKEN / BEEF / VEAL COMBO Broccoli- Marinated & stir fried in a thick brown sauce mixed with broccoli Curry- Bell peppers, onions & broccoli sautéed in the wok with rich, aromatic curry flavors Mongolian- Sautéed with scallions, onions, bell peppers & mushrooms in spicy sauce Moo Shu with pancakes- A Chinese classic, with hoisin sauce & thin pancakes Eggplant & Garlic- Zesty garlic & fresh eggplant, in a spicy, savory sauce Sesame Chicken- Deep fried chicken in a delectable citrus sweet house sauce
Schnitzel / Grilled Chicken
Grilled Salmon / Ribeye Steak
SUSHI MENU Scallop Special- Tempura Scallops with Spicy Mayo & Eel Sauce sprinkled with sesame on a bed of lettuce Tuna Pizza- Baked Tortilla topped with guacamole layered with fresh tuna & drizzled with special sauces Four Seasons Roll- Tuna, salmon, hamachi & cucumber with avocado & masago on top Palopo Roll- Fried fish with avocado, topped with dynamite sauce Miami Dream- Spicy tuna topped with avocado, crunchy onions, spicy mayo and Eel sauce
information about Chai Wok (Surfside)
Kosher Miami (KM) - The Va'ad HaKashrus of Miami-Dade
Hours Sun-Thu 11am-10pm
Sat night 1hr. after Shabbat - closing
Cuisine: Chinese / Japanese Avg. Check: $16-$25 Attire: Casual
Succah On Succot: No Nine Days Menu: Yes Open for Pesach: No
Located in Surfside, you will find Chai Wok; a casual, yet sophisticated restaurant specializing in Authentic Chinese and American fare. The owner, Donny Gordon, is a home-grown Florida native, which allows him to have that comfortable and natural feeling with his customers. In fact, he doesn't even like to use that word - "customers" but rather family, since he has known many of them his whole life. And many of those years, incidentally, have been in the food business - 18 years to be exact. Donny owned a very popular pizza store but decided to devote his full time in elevating Chai Wok to the restaurant he can be proud of. When he opened the restaurant in November of 2010, he decided to follow three basics but very important principles: Good service, consistency of food and cleanliness. You can find him in the restaurant at all times which does not go unnoticed by his "family" of diners.
As you can see in the accompanying photo, Donny gives with a full heart. The plates are generous, delicious and reasonably priced. He has all the favorite Chinese dishes you crave in General Tso's Chicken, Sweet & Sour Chicken and Orange Beef. For sushi lovers, I am sure you can spot their Miami Dream, Volcano and Valentine Rolls in the picture.
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The restaurant is always busy with specials and promotions. Take for instance, all day Sunday and Monday nights, where you can watch the game on their big screen TV, all the while enjoying their .25 cent wings. In addition, they offer an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet on Wednesday nights and live entertainment on Saturday nights in the winter. They are also one of the only restaurants in the area with a private party room with a separate entrance, which is great for Sheva Brachos, Birthday parties and family gatherings. The next time you are looking for a warm and friendly place to go with the family, make sure you "wok" on over to Chai Wok.
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