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.
Venue Details & Map
101A Wigmore StreetLondonW1U 1QR
- +44 20 7409 0111
Top 5 reviews of Wagamama Mayfair
I used to like Wagamama then I thought it was rubbish then I ate there a few times at Heathrow T5, and am once again a fan.
The menu was quite stale for a while but they've added new items in the past few years during my absence and am now quite spoiled for choice. Their teriyaki chicken donburi bowl is pretty tasty, as are some dumplings and the ginger chicken udon.
The service still... more
Wagamama is A-OK. It's a good take-away option. It's nothing special. To all you silly people that compare it to your best ramen in Tokyo, stop being silly. You're silly.
I'll stop hating on other reviewers now. Anyway, this place isn't bad at all, but as I said, nothing special. The edamame and veggie pad thai is pretty good, and the veggie ramen is ok, could use a little more flavor- but... more
Oh Wagamama.....My love. You're a bit overpriced and really not authentic but I don't care. I have so many good memories of eating here with classmates while studying abroad so I had to come back tonight while on vacation!
This food is very similar to PF Changs here in the States which means very good albeit a bit costly. I had the Udon Noodle plate which was about £9 but was a rather large... more
Usually pretty good in terms of food but service at this location seems to struggle a bit, for instance your drink or your food being ready and sitting on the counter but then it doesn't come so eventually when the food arrives, it isn't very hot. more
You should go to Wagamama if:
- you are hungry and want something quick to eat
- a hot bowl of cheap ramen without leaving your neighbourhood (or borough?) It's a big chain
You shouldn't go to Wagamama if:
- you want authentic Asian food
- you are a Ramen snob
- you want to have a quiet meal (it's very loud)
That's my opinion about Wagamama.
The seaweed salad was delightful, the tea... more