Lighting effects of a blast foundry through thankfully without the deafening noise produce a novel atmosphere for lunch in Cluj. It’s Wok and Roll in Strada Gheorghe Sincai, 14, almost hidden in an anonymous building on a narrow street. Inside, high stools and heavy high tables crowded with customers dressed for art school are a backdrop to the cooking area that is open like a modern theatre stage. Two gas fired burners and two tall lean chefs who wear headscarves smooth and black as the woks they flip and flare. The food is mildly Asian, not enough spice or raw herbs for the real thing but even halfway Asian is worth the visit.