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.
Wagamama Kensington is perfectly placed for lunch or dinner if you're visiting Kensington Place, Kensington Gardens or the Royal Albert Hall. The restaurant is a short stroll from London's museum quarter - the Natural History Museum, The V&A and the Science Museum.
Venue Details & Map
26A Kensington High StreetLondonW8 4PW
- +44 20 7376 1717
Top 5 reviews of Wagamama Kensington
When you're looking for a quick and relatively large portion meal, this is the place to go.
I cannot say that the food was amazing but it was tasty. I ordered the ramen with pork. The broth was mild, the veggies and meat were nice, the noodles though were slightly stuck together and a little undercooked.
The best thing about this place however was the service! The waiter that set us at our... more
I tried out Wagamama for the first time yesterday because I was missing Asian food from back in the states. I wanted to go with a stellar dish that is pretty consistent with taste, so I ordered the chicken teriyaki donburi. I also ordered hot green tea, which was free! The chicken teriyaki donburi had some pretty good flavors due to the kimchi and chili oil I mixed in. However, there was the... more
Nom nom! Love this location, many stairs though...there is a lift for those who need it. The food speaks for itself, their vegetable dumplings are scrumptious. I thoroughly enjoyed the chilli lime steak ramen. There were not enough chillies in it so they gave me a side of chillies for 1£. They do give you a lot of food though. I only wish they had chilli paste to make it even spicier. This... more
I had dinner here with my daughter. To our BIG horror we found an ant in the soup. The manager turned up very sheepish but the only thing he offered was to refund the soup.
SIMPLY NOT GOOD ENOUGH.
Stay away from this old Wagamama restaurant that seemed dated, dirty and with insects in the food! Service clearly sub-par with the other Wagamama restaurants we have been to. more
Wagamama, once a modern, trendy interpretation of Japanese casual dining, has since evolved to incorporate a broad range of pan-Asian cuisine these days. This Kensington High Street branch has been around for a while and is quite popular, and almost always packed at lunch. My family and I live in Dubai where we are BIG fans of the franchise. The problem is that we find the quality of food... more