Eating at Wagamama rather resembles being back inside the cafeteria at school: sitting on wooden benches, bags on a shelf underneath, coats hung up on hooks on the wall, it’s a bit of a trip down memory lane.
There’s a wide assortment of noodles, teriyaki beef and rice dishes including ramen noodles in large bowls, noodles in coconut milk, noodles cooked on the teppenyaki grill (yakisoba), and chilli noodle dishes. A number of extras that you can order alongside your meal such as salads, Japanese pickels, chilli peppers and steamed rice, are also available. As a starter, the gyoza (fried savoury pastry with prawns, vegetables, or chicken), vegetables on skewers, fried prawns or Japanese corn soup are available.
Wagamama’s kitchen is an open one so while you’re waiting for your food, you can watch the preparation process. Wine, beer (try the Asahi, which is made from corn and rice), soft drinks, fresh fruit juices, coffee and sake are all available drink options, while the green tea served after dinner is their treat. There are special menus for vegetarians and children, and special chopsticks and chairs are also available for children upon request. Wagamama also has an order-pick-up service. You can order by calling (0212) 353 04 74 or going and doing so in person, and you can take your food home.Their prices are also quite reasonable.
|Opening hours:||Daily 12.00-23.00.|