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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Wok Inn Restaurant Review: If you know little about Asian food, the Wok Inn may be a good place to start. Its menu is accessible, and the dishes are described well enough to banish confusion. The décor is vaguely Asian, with a Singapore T-shirt tacked to one wall and a television over the mini-bar tuned to Asian dramas. Waitstaff are very pleasant and accommodating. The offerings span Asia, with representative samples from China, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Japan. Tackling such diverse cuisines is a daunting task, and old Asian food hands may find that the flavors fall short of the mark: Fried tofu appetizers ring true, but the Vietnamese summer roll unwraps as you eat it, and the ipoh chow fun noodles from Malaysia need a chili boost. Better choices are the Singaporean kway teow mee with shrimp. For heartier dishes, order something from the grill or one of the Thai curries.