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.
182 Earls Court Road, Earl's Court, London, SW5 9QG
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+44 (0)20 7373 9660
I LOVE wagamama. I've eaten both at the Earl's Court branch (multiple times) as well as the one by Parson's green. The noodle and soup dishes are great, portions are too big. The Earl's Court restaurant seems to always have slow service. I travel for business and usually eat alone, that's probably why I don't get as much attention as the other tables. The one by Parsons Green was a...more
Living in NC, we don't get too much ramen, so when we read about this place in Rick Steve's London as well as Frommer's, we wanted to give it a shot.
My wife and I ate here about 3 times (she is pregnant and the ramen filled a craving). We felt the service was good and the food above average. We had a pleasant experience here and given that it is open late until 11:00 PM, this definitely...more
What can I say... the two times I've been to Wagamama in London I just haven't been that impressed. The food is fine. Not amazing, not terrible. It's fine. I feel the flavors are a bit bland.
One time I had a rice-noodle soup, which was okay, but did not have very much flavor in the broth. The second time, I had some sort of spicy tomato sauce with rice noodles. The shrimp was good but the...more
Quick service with competent ramen and noodles. The chilimen dishes are flavorful. A great restaurant for kids. Nice gyoza. Ample portions. Wish there were more in the U.S.more
I've been meaning to try Wagamama since I arrived in London and I finally got the chance this past weekend. I didn't have much time so I came in, sat down, resisted the urge to order a delicious-sounding coconut-based shrimp curry and instead opted for a healthy wheat noodle and vegetable broth.
Ten minutes later, out came the largest bowl of noodles I've ever seen intended for one diner. I...more