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.
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Venue Details & Map
Southern Terrace, Westfield LondonWhite CityLondonW12 7SH
- +44 (0)20 8749 9073
- Public transport:
- Wood Lane, Underground
Like my other review, I just cain't fault Wagamama.
As it's a chain, the menu is pretty much standard at every restaurant you visit.
Chicken Katsu Curry is always the one for me!more
I love Wagamama, I love Japanese food, I love chicken katsu curry, yaki udon, negima yakitori.
The staff is very quick and friendly. I have nothing to complain about. The kids menu is super cute, tasty, with ingenious little kiddie chopsticks.
We eat here fairly often, especially after a shopping session in Westfield :P
Chain Japanese restaurant that is pretty consistent from location to location. The food doesn't taste super authentic but for some quick food and friendly service it's not bad. They place your order on their electronic system and can tell you in advance if they are out of the selected item. This is always nice as I hate when you go to a restaurant and place your order and 20 minutes later they...more
Not bad... .I didn't really have high expectations of a place like this... but there were some good points about it.
The kids meal... might daughter liked it quite a bit. she might have been really hungry.. but still. The cute little chopsticks were cool too.
my wife went for the blended apple/lemon juice thing that was quite interesting... probably a little too much apple for my taste,...more
Um, what on earth? After all I've heard about it, I hate to break it to you, but Wagamama is not even remotely good.
I had the Wagamama ramen. The noodles were downright mushy. The toppings were dry and unflavorful. The broth was incredibly bland (and trust me, I'm usually the one that appreciates the subtleties of seemingly blander foods).
The only good thing was the peach iced tea, but it...more