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.
The Holborn branch of Wagamama is a few minutes walk from the British Museum and the Royal Opera House.
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4 Streatham StreetHolbornLondonWC1A 1JB
- +44 20 7323 9223
While studying abroad in London, my entire class took a trip to Wagamama's to celebrate our first week of school. The staff was able to place all of us at one, long table and they quickly took our orders. I feel like our appetizers came out 5 minutes after we ordered them - it was so quick!
This was my first time here, so I wasn't sure what to expect. My friends and I ordered a variety of...more
We just went in for a fresh fruit drink and an edamame, first the server told us if you wanna drink, go to a bar! And then another server told us again the voucher we have is for a meal (which we didn't even ask them to redeem the voucher). It was a poor customer service experience.more
Not a fan!!
#1 The atmosphere made it feel like I was in a prison cafeteria. Down in a basement with white cement walls and community seating.
#2 I am a huge fan of pork goyzas. I get them any time they are available on a menu. So....Wagamama had them on the menu, so they were ordered! THESE ARE NOT PORK GOYZAS. Should be called wet cat food dumplings. I took one bite and spit it back...more
A long time ago, Wagamama was not a chain or a well-known phenomenon, and when I was working and living in Amsterdam just after the turn of the millennium, it was my go-to spot for a quick bite of good (though not great) Japanese noodles. It felt edgy and hip back then, and I'd go out of my way to eat there when I was passing through town.
Now Wagamama is WAGAMAMA(R), and as with all chains,...more
I'm a fan of Wagamama. It's uniform in its quality and presentation because that stuff is important in a chain restaurant which really rocks my boat. It was a good choice for an early quick dinner close to where I had just finished work before I had to head out for the evening. I felt like a secret agent trying to find this branch though. It's behind an Oxfam bookshop just down the road from...more