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Everyone raved about the seafood ramen and I was not impressed. Very bland, not much flavor, and lacking substance. Yakiudon was also meh. The flavors didn't blend well at all. The noodles lacked flavor, too much of the other things, the noodles needed to be fried longer to get the crunchy taste. Chili squid was ok. Nothing to rave about. The chasu bun was amazing. The bun itself was moist,...more
Food was good and well priced. However of the six people eating, three got food before anyone else and drinks hadn't even arrived at that point. Then about 5 minutes later drinks arrived and then after a while three more dishes arrived so everyone was staggered with eating and drinking. Otherwise very good staff were friendly. Just would have been nice to have all the food arrive at the same...more
I've had a bad experience at Wagamama previously in Manchester but this one was much better. We popped in at around 8:30pm, it was quite busy but we were seated straight away.
We had the squid to start. The seasoning and the dipping sauce didn't add that much flavour so it was still quite dull.
For my main I had the vegetarian noodles with mushrooms, eggs and veggies. They were quite nice,...more
We always come to Wagamma whenever we come to London (specifically this location since it is near our hotel). It's something we don't have back in the states and I always crave it. Our service is always great. We are seated right away when we arrive even though it was crowded with people who work in the surrounding area.
I had the ramen and it had an assortment of seafood such as mussels,...more
I went to two Wagamama's for lunch during the two days I was in London. I don't regret it.
But admittedly, I still felt underwhelmed by the food.
This time, I had a raw salad and the signature Wagamama Ramen. The salad was fine--I was just happy to have some greens instead of the heavy pies, sausages & gravies I had been eating the prior week in Northern England.
The ramen itself was...more