Do you like traditional Asian dishes like pad Thai or pho? How about taking it up a notch? That’s exactly what Wok N’ Roll plans to do at The Warehouse Food Hall. Using bold flavors and out of the box ideas, Wok N’ Roll will ‘wok’ your world with its take on Thai and other Asian flavors.
As a first-generation Laotian American, Jessica Senet grew up with a front row seat in the food service industry inside her father’s Thai restaurant where she gained a passion for cooking and serving.
With 15 years of culinary experience and an appetite for sharing her love of food with others, Jessica started the Wok N’ Roll food truck where she’s serving her take on modern Asian eats to residents and visitors of the Treasure Valley.
Wok N’ Roll is now rolling into the Warehouse Food Hall where Jessica hopes to reach an even larger audience who love trying new and diverse foods.
Jessica’s excited to take guests at The Warehouse Food Hall on an adventure with her unique menu.
How did you get started?
The restaurant industry has been a part of my life since I was a child. It was my first job. Growing up seeing how happy food can make people and how satisfying it is to provide that service to people was very intriguing to me. I love to cook mainly because I LOVE to eat, and I wanted to build a career that incorporated all of these things. The food truck industry gave me that opportunity and now I am looking to extend my reach to get more people to eat “outside of the box.”
What would you say is unique about your business?
We don’t shy away from bold flavors and spice. We love creating unique combinations of different cultures’ cuisines.
At The Warehouse, it’s going to be all about Experience and Adventure… What do those words mean to you?
We often use the hashtag #eatadventurously. It’s one of the core focuses of Wok N’ Roll. We want to take people on a flavor adventure and help them experience new foods and classic dishes reimagined.
What got you interested in The Warehouse? Why do you want to be a part of The Warehouse?
The concept. The fact that it’s a new dining experience for the Boise area. The appeal to consumers of not having to choose one place or cuisine to eat. The chance to be a part of a community of foodies and entrepreneurs who just want to serve good food and have a good time.
Is there a vendor you are most excited about seeing at the Warehouse?
Freshies, I love the look and the lobster tank!
In one word how would you describe The Warehouse Food Hall?