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. This Wagamama is in the O2, perfect for lunch or dinner when you're catching a gig or show, or visiting the cinema or exhibitions.
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Wagamama Greenwich O2
Greenwich PeninsularLondonSE10 0ES
- +44 20 8269 1214
Top 5 reviews of Wagamama Greenwich O2
I won't go here again! Food is ok, there is not that food as much as the bowl is might you think. But it's ok.
The restaurant is too big: too many ppl in one, all together talk very loud.
There a lot of people are working here and they all rushing. They clean tables very fast and give you the feeling that you need to order, drink and eat as fast as you can... It is one big, light place here,... more
The wait staff were very pleasant and efficient, but the food was just mediocre (vegetarian pad Thai and Cha Han Dobri).
We also went about 2-2.5 hours before the sun set (during June), which hit the restaurant in the exact wrong way, to where sunglasses were required both outside and the first 1-2 tables nearest the windows. So though it was nice in proximity to the transit and O2, the food... more
I walked into the O2 Wagamama location at 11:05am on a Thursday morning and asked for a 33-person delivery order by 13:00. They laughed a little at receiving such a large order within minutes of their doors opening but they pulled through perfectly! They delivered the full order ahead of schedule and all the food was great, even though portions felt a bit on the small side. I highly... more
A run-of-the mill Wagamama! Not much to say as if you've been to any standard Wagamama, you know what to expect and this branch delivers it. Overly friendly servers, food comes when it comes, uncomfortable bench seating - tick, tick, tick. It's pretty pricey for what it is, but I left full, having not spent a lot of time waiting around and my craving was satisfied. more
Yeah, not so much.
Sorry, Wagas, I used to like you, but for some reason, food has really gone downhill.
Sunday afternoon, had 60 odd mins to kill before my film in the o2 Cineworld, was kinda hungry, fancied something Japanese, saw Wagas, got excited about the prospect of a Katsu Curry, decided to go in, sat down.
Service was good, friendly guy, quiet as Sunday post-lunch, so... more