Chef Jimmy Lee unveils his new Leith Woks restaurant at Bonnie & Wild

Another fantastic addition to Bonnie & Wild! Jimmy Lee, the superstar chef behind Salt & Chilli Oriental, is opening another food stall within our Scottish Marketplace.

Open from Wednesday June 8th, Leith Woks is a pan-Asian wok-based street food concept with a distinctly Scottish flavour. The restaurant will serve fiery Cantonese cuisine incorporating first-class fresh ingredients from Scotland’s natural larder.

Jimmy said he was passionate about combining the flavours of Asian cuisine with quality ingredients sourced from Scottish farms and food producers. Think Ayrshire Pork Ribs Peking Style, Slow Cooked Scotch Beef Curry, and Ramsay of Carluke Pork Chow Mein.

"Leith Woks will celebrate fragrant stir-fry dishes made with some of the best fresh ingredients Scotland has to offer. Our menu will be updated on a regular basis and will feature tasty meals with vibrant Asian flavours."

Jimmy Lee, Chef at Leith Woks

Spearheaded by Jimmy Lee and his team, the new Leith Woks venture joins a vibrant community of chef-led eateries within our Scottish Marketpace, including Creel Caught by Gary Maclean and Radge Chaat from fellow celebrity chef Tony Singh, as well as Jimmy’s other food stall concession, Salt & Chilli Oriental.

"Jimmy Lee's new venture Leith Woks is another brilliant addition to Bonnie & Wild, adding to a roster that already includes the likes of high-profile chefs Gary Maclean and Tony Singh, as well as local favourites Joelato, east PIZZAS, Stack & Still, El Perro Negro and of course Jimmy's other venture, Salt & Chilli Oriental. Like the other food stalls at Bonnie & Wild, Leith Woks will show off the quality and diversity of Scotland's world-class produce in ways that I'm sure will delight and excite our many guests. I can't wait to try it!."

Ryan Barrie, Operations Director at Bonnie & Wild

Leith Woks opens from tomorrow, Wednesday June 8th, from 12noon. Find it at Bonnie & Wild’s Scottish Marketplace, Level 4, St James Quarter, Edinburgh.