Stop the wok! Wok On Inn Rebrands To P’Nut Street Noodles
P’Nut Street Noodles is turning up the heat this summer by introducing a fresh new look with a delicious menu to accompany.
Previously known as popular restaurant chain, Wok on Inn, P’Nut Street Noodles boasts authentic ingredients, fresh from streets of Thailand, launching throughout Sydney with the first restaurant opened in Dee Why on December 17th, 2018.
The Dee Why restaurant follows the recent opening of Northern Beaches’ newest Meriton retail precinct in November, to bring local customers and families together for memorable food experiences.
The playful in-store fit outs will replicate Nut’s story while the menu offers a fusion of traditional flavours created by Nut Kunlert; a Thai Chef who learned the secrets of Asian cooking from his Grandmother, a famous street food vendor in Bangkok.
From the tender age of six, Nut helped his Grandmother hand grind chilli pastes and prepare Thai curry sauces from scratch – using time honoured recipes and real, raw ingredients.
Today, P’Nut Street Noodles offer a colourful clash of neon lights and tongue-in-cheek signage, with 11 restaurants already operating across Brisbane, Sydney and Sunshine Coast.
And what about the food? According to Nut, “a Pad Thai enjoyed at P’Nut Street Noodles will taste as genuine and mouth-watering as a Pad Thai served in Bangkok.
The secret lies in P’Nut sauces, which to this day, are prepared back home in Thailand and brought to Australia for diners to savour and delight.”
Nut has stayed true to his vision of bringing real Thai flavours to Australia, whilst replicating Asian service styles and avoiding the ‘cookie cutter’ approach to fast-casual dining.
“Our commitment to real food, real recipes and real people is what sets P’Nut Street Noodles apart,” said P’Nut.
“We are pleased by the positive response to our first restaurant in Dee Why, and can’t wait to bring our delicious flavours to customers across Sydney in the New Year.”