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.
This content has been supplied by Wagamama Holborn
Venue Details & Map
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
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
I can't really fault it.
After nine hours of walking around, we left the British Museum with our stomachs rumbling and decided to keep an eye out for some food. This was the first place we spotted thanks to a detour down a side street.
Wagamama always been an old favourite of mine from when I lived in Canterbury and used it as my local takeaway joint, and this one had a really nice secluded...more