- usually £37.00
- save up to 61%
- deals sold
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£15 instead of £37 for an Asian street food sharing platter for two with cocktails or £29 instead of up to £74 for four at brand new Miss Woo’s, Leith Shore – save up to 61%
- Asian street food sharing platter for two or four
- Includes a cocktail each
- Brand new haunt in the heart of Leith
- Recognised for its authentic Asian flavours, creative cocktail concoctions and buzzing atmosphere
- Rated 5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor
Street food style
Today’s deal will see you and up to three buddies head to the brand new and utterly scrumptious Miss Woo’s for Asian sharing platters. Tucking into the venue’s signature street food dishes, you’ll sample Vietnamese spring rolls with dipping sauce; a fresh and fluffy bao bun each with your pick of peanut satay chicken, spicy Korean pulled pork or vegetable fillings; as well as chicken wings coated in either satay, spicy or Asian BBQ sauce.
All washed down with your pick of creative cocktail concoction, you’ll enjoy sweet somethings like the namesake Miss Woo Woo with vodka, Chambord, lychee liqueur, pineapple and cranberry juice, or the Jerry Slinger with Bombay Sapphire, Cointreau, Chambord, Bénédictine, pineapple juice and lime.
Having just flung open their doors in February, the team behind Miss Woo’s have already gone on to earn a glowing reputation for their authentic street food flavours and witty cocktails. With local bloggers going nuts for the grub served up here and TripAdvisor holding an impressive 5/5 rating, it’s safe to say this Leith Shore gem is set to be the next big thing!
“A great addition to the Shore and something different. Cocktails are great and the bao buns and wings were amazing. Will definitely be back!”
“Intimate bar with around 10 tables. Cool, edgy mix of geishas and graffiti. We had 6 dishes and the cocktails were just as great! Can’t wait to go back – food was packed with flavours and spices and just hit the spot!”
“A wee neon place filed with tasty street food and cocktails. Nice to have something a bit different to the usual Shore line up.”