Wagamama serves up flavoursome rice and noodles. Inspired by Japanese ramen noodle bars, the menu offers Asian-fusion dining with hints of ginger and chili. It’s perfect for meeting family and friends, or a quick and hearty meal while you’re out and about in London.
Wagamama Clink Street is located in a historic arch by the river, between London Bridge and Borough Market, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and the Tate. It’s the perfect spot for lunch or dinner if you’re exploring the Bankside area of London.
Venue Details & Map
Wagamama Clink Street
1 Clink StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9DG
- +44 20 7403 3659
Would give it 3.5 stars but am rounding up.
We had pad thai, and it was decent. We asked that ours be cooked without nuts, and they took great care to do so which I appreciated.
Ambience was also decent. High ceiling and relatively spacious.
Service was also prompt and good in general. As said, when we asked for our dishes without nuts, one of the managers personally came to check on...more
Wagamama (pretty much all locations) is my favorite go-to place in London and the one place I seriously crave when I'm away. There is no other way to say it... the food is delicious, and warms you from the inside out on gray, rainy London days. The portions are huge and a late lunch will easily keep you satisfied until late evening. They offer a few Asian branded beers to purchase by the...more
I was in the area for work, and to be honest, a Wagamama pretty much always sounds good.
This one isn't too huge and is in a nice place, near Borough Market and Bankside. Service was fine, if a bit slow. Food was the same as ever. The sun coming in through the huge windows was a bit of an issue. It wasn't a hot day but it was a bit greenhouse-like inside.
So yep, 3 stars, a-okay. I wouldn't...more
On our way to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in Southwark, we chanced upon Wagamama. My friend had suggested this place to us, but we did not know if we were going to have the time to seek it out. So, we decided that this will be our post-theatre dining venue that evening since it is on the way back to the London Bridge tube station from The Globe Theatre.
We started with the Chili Garlic Salt...more
When you go to Wagamama you expect something as it is a popular chain on the high street but to be honest with you, I think it is over rated. To say it is Japanese fusion is not fare on the great Japanese food we have in London.
I ordered a agadashi tofu which was not authentic and the stock doesn't taste of anything. Even in cheap Japanese restaurants they do a much better job of this...more