Should you be in the mood to try something else for a change, the Burger’s Bar also offers Caribbean specialities, street food, quesadillas, sandwiches, delicious desserts and seasonal offers, which can be enjoyed “to go” or served at the full-service restaurant. Since the Burger’s Bar is not a classical fast-food restaurant but emphasises quality and services, the prices are in the middle range.
During warm summer nights, the planted terrace is reminiscent of the Caribbean and becomes the social centre of life at Linked Living where you share a “New York Cheesecake” with friends or establish new contacts over a drink.
And the Paw Wok fulfils this mission with its concept of “social eating” at large shared tables which invite you to try your neighbour’s food. When you place your order, you get a number and pick up your dish when that number is displayed on the screen, which means that you do not have to wait long before you can enjoy your Pad Thai or papaya salad.
The fresh ingredients are traditionally “Asian hot” and you can watch live while your food is being prepared in the open kitchen. All dishes are prepared to cater to individual tastes and changed as desired so that it will take you some time before you have tried them all. Moreover, there is a selection of soups, salads, Far Eastern desserts and Thai beer.
With its quickly prepared Asian specialties, the Paw Wok forms a great supplement to the hearty burgers at the Burger’s Bar.