About Us

Elena Wu Restaurant & Sushi Bar at Voorhees Town Center
The Original Elena Wu
This is the one and only home of Elena Wu, owned and operated by Elena herself. We feature Elena's distinctive menu, specializing in a fusion of Chinese and French cuisine and innovative sushi, creating an exciting three-dimensional dining experience. Each plate is prepared with the highest quality ingredients to ensure complete freshness and the highest fine dining standards.

Voorhees Town Center
12106 Town Center Blvd
 Voorhees, NJ08043

Hours of Operation
Sun - Thurs
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat
11:30 am - 11:00 pm
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Ribbon Cutting, March 24, 2013.  Pictured (L to R): K.K. Wu; Joseph Aristone, Senior VP of Leasing for PREIT Services; Elena Wu; Voorhees Township Mayor, Michael R. Mignogna; State Senator, James Beach; Assemblywoman, Pamela Lampitt;, Voorhees Township committeewoman, Andi Ayes; Voorhees Township Administrator, Lawrence Spellman.
About Us

Elena Wu is the offspring of Civic vision, integrity, customer Service, and Quality Consciousness. Its youthfulness is steeped in the sincere intentions of Elena and K.K Wu. 

Our Community Vision

The prosperity of an enterprise rests mightily upon its ability to communicate with its dynamic environment. To sustain the benefits and rewards of the environment, a successful business model must not only measure its business growth, but it must also embrace the civic value system and the needs of the environment and people that it is a part of. Elena Wu believes in fostering a habitat of wealth, enterprise, and a quality of life that is abundantly shared by neighbors, friends, and patrons.
Elena Wu is truly a community business establishment that is fully in touch with the community and is dynamically keynote in its sustainability.


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Grand Opening Celebration, March 24, 2013.  Voorhees Township Mayor Michael Mignogna accepts a donation of $1000.00 for Township's Open Space Preservation and Economic Development Projects.
Quick Facts

• Donated over $12,000 to the Voorhees Township’s Open Space Preservation
and Buzby Landfill Redevelopment projects.

• Donated countless hours of professional service to lead the Voorhees Buzby  Landfill Task Force by turning a hazardous dump site into a community park.

• Donated to the local school district and charity organizations.

• Donated to cultural awareness efforts to support a diverse and cultural enriched community.

• Donated $1,000 to Voorhees Township Open Space Preservation and Economic Development Projects at the Restaurant Grand Opening, on March 24, 2013.

• Food & Wine Pairing 4-Course Sit Down Dinner at the Restaurant to Raise
Funds for the Literacy Volunteers of Camden County on May 21, 2013

(View our photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/camdencountylibrary/sets/72157633785418927 )

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