The first Wagamama noodle bar opened in 1992, near the British Museum in Central London, and was immediately a success. With several noodle bars in London and now nationwide, Wagamama offers a fast efficient service in a clean and modern environment.
Horner Square, Shadwell, London, E1 6AA
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very nice curry chicken and rice. I find the noodle soups too much. basic furniture and always busy. some very tasty dishesmore
I had to write a review of this particular branch of Wagamama to give a shout out to the wonderful manager, Amos.
My sister and I stopped in to soak up some Friday night cocktails with rice and noodles. We started with some garlic and chilli edamame. My sister managed to find the one extremely hot piece of chilli in the dish, and had a quite spectacular reaction to it - the side of her mouth...more
I had the fortune (or misfortune) of trying two entrees recently. I started with pad thai. It was ok, but the flavors weren't well balanced. Sometime during that meal I bit into something hard. I pulled it out and it was slightly see through. I pulled a waiter over and asked about it. Fortunately, it was uncooked rice. They did comp the pad thai and what I wanted as a replacement, so I tried...more
Wagamama's was one of the pioneers in the UK for quick, healthy, asian food served up in a casual communal dining area.
i think it is still pretty nice although over priced now (and not the most authentic of Asian food either).The dishes are also tailored for the western palate. Not much spice at all. Although they will give you extra fresh chilli on the side if you ask.
Overall, if you are...more
I like the attempt, but it is not good at all. I get the concept of healthy Japanese food in London, but you have to make it somewhat decent.. And it is not by a long long shot. I tried a couple of items which I quickly regretted on trying because it is the worst Japanese food I have ever tried.. Seriously no joke. And I love Japanese food.
I tried the:
duck gyoza - five deep-fried...more