Discussions by Christopher Leinberger and others frequently reference 'êwalkable urbanism,'ê premised upon increasingly compact, dense neighborhoods.
Ironically, on Seattle's Capitol Hill, one of the city's best examples of such neighborhood form, the evening depictions in the accompanying slideshow demonstrate the historic, auto-based Dick'ês Drive-In as a pedestrian center. Nearby, a classic parking area stands in front of a wok venue.
As the everyday urbanism of neighborhoods such as Capitol Hill evolve, chances are that "wok-able" and "walkable" will more completely align.
This item appeared earlier on the author's site, myurbanist.com.