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Law and politics student Katrina Bahnam looks forward to her lunch of vegetable pot stickers and lo mein from the Wok N Roll outlet in the Marketplace food court.Law and politics student Katrina Bahnam looks forward to her lunch of vegetable pot stickers and lo mein from the Wok N Roll outlet in the Marketplace food court.

New food outlet brings taste of China to campus

The newest concept in the Marketplace food court provides a fresh choice for diners, says Mark Bagley, manager of satellite operations for Food Services.

Wok N Roll serves familiar Chinese dishes, from sweet and sour chicken and Shanghai noodles to beef stir-fry and fried rice, along with vegetarian egg rolls, spring rolls, and pot sticker dumplings.

“We think that students will appreciate having this to add to the mix,” Bagley says. “And with meal combos priced as low as $7.59, it’s a very competitive option for lunch or dinner.”

He notes that flavours like ginger and soy sauce will feel like home to some international students, while still being well-known to locals.

“What’s more Canadian than a Chinese restaurant?” says Bagley. “This cuisine is a staple in just about every town, coast to coast.”

Wok N Roll is located in the CAW Student Centre, and operates 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday; and Fridays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.