Austin >Wiki Wiki Teriyaki
There are better choices than Wiki Wiki. I've been to Wiki Wiki on Congress 3 or 4 times. I usually get the teriyaki box(always good) but the last time I went I tried the yakisoba bowl with tofu($8.95) and I was greatly disappointed. The noodles were straight out of a 25 cent ramen noodle package. The tofu was good, but for 9 bucks, it was a complete ripoff. Mekong River is a better choice - better and more consistent quality of food, better value and variety.
Inexpensive, fast, and soothing..
THE SCENE: The dining area is long and spacious. Japanese art adorns the walls, and a little area near the counter contains a rock garden and a Japanese well.
THE FOOD: Teriyaki boxes, with your choice of chicken, beef, or Korean bulgogi, among the other choices, is an introduction to Japanese cuisine with the accompanying gyoza (Japanese dumplings), tempura (deep fried vegetables and shrimp), rice with Japanese seasonings, salad with the House sauce, and California rolls (cucumber, imitation crab stick, and avocado). Inari, a pouch of deep fried tofu filled with sushi rice and Japanese seasonings, is delicious and filling.
Editorial Review. Specializes in healthy, freshly prepared sushi, teriyaki meats and vegetarian dishes.
Healthy, Delicious, & Fast!. I was happy to discover Wiki Wiki's downtown location. It is a great place to grab lunch or pick up dinner to-go on the way home. The food is always fresh and prepared quickly. If you're in a hurry, call in your phone order and they'll have it ready in 5 minutes.