Wagamama is a restaurant chain that serves pan-Asian food, with inspiration from a modern Japanese ramen bar style. The aim of their restaurants is to provide their customers a unique dining experience, where they can enjoy Japanese-inspired food in a vibrant and friendly setting.
Below is a table containing information estimate Wagamama Prices.
Perfect to share or pair with meal
|goma wakame salad||£4.35|
|grilled pork bulgogi wraps||£5.75|
|lollipop prawn kushiyaki||£6.25|
|tori kara age||£5.25|
|pulled pork gyoza||£5.90|
|miso soup and japanese pickles||£1.95|
|a tea-stained egg||£1.00|
|yasai cha han||£7.75|
|teriyaki donburi (chicken)||£9.50|
|teriyaki donburi (beef)||£10.95|
|chicken katsu curry||£9.75|
|grilled chicken katsu curry||£9.75|
|yasai katsu curry||£8.95|
|surendra’s curry (yasal)||£8.95|
|surendra’s curry (chicken)||£10.95|
|surendra’s curry (tilapia fish)||£10.95|
|kare lomen (chicken)||£10.45|
|kare lomen (prawn)||£11.50|
|yasai yaki soba||£7.75|
|teriyaki soba (salmon)||£12.25|
|teriyaki soba (beef)||£13.95|
|ginger chicken udon||£9.50|
|wagamama pad-thai (chicken and prawns)||£9.95|
|wagamama pad-thai (yasal)||£8.95|
|grilled duck ramen||£12.95|
|chilli ramen (chicken)||£10.25|
|chilli ramen (beef)||£12.95|
|coconut seafood broth||£12.95|
|chilli men (chicken)||£10.95|
|chilli men (prawn)||£11.95|
|yasai chilli men||£9.50|
|mandarin and sesame chicken salad||£10.25|
|warm tofu chilli salad||£9.25|
|warm chilli chicken salad||£9.75|
|grilled tuna with stir-fried vegetables||£11.15|
To order food, the customers would have to use Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) that are linked wirelessly to the kitchen. After the orders are taken, the server will write the order numbers on the person’s paper placemat. Customers also sit beside each other at large tables.
At Wagamama, you can order fresh and hot oriental meals that are sure to produce excitement in your lunch or dinner. They have sides, like lollipop prawn kushiyaki, pork ribs, and tori kara age. They have mouth-watering rice meals, like beef massaman curry, and yakitori duck.
If you’re craving for rich and flavourful soup, have a taste of one of their best-selling ramen. Enjoy Asian noodles with ingredients like mushrooms, vegetables, eggs, bean sprouts, pickled ginger, sesame seeds, spring onions, and many more.
Their restaurants also have Asian beers, wines, fruit juices, cakes, ice cream, and other luscious drinks and desserts.
To get discounts and exclusive deals, join the restaurant’s online community. Get Wagamama newsletters, as well exclusive benefits for members, including invites to events of the restaurants.
Give the gift of good food by purchasing a gift card that you can give to a family member or a friend who’s going to celebrate a special occasion.
You can choose between a black or a white gift card and include a message with it. A gift card can cost from 5 to 500 GBP, and can be used to buy gifts, food, and drinks at any of their restaurants in the country.
The restaurant was founded by Alan Yau in Bloomsbury, London in 1992. Yau was also the founder of Chinese restaurants Yauatcha and Hakkasan in London. Soon after Wagamama opened, it received commercial success and critical acclaim, which dispelled the beliefs that the restaurant sector was not worth investing in.
The success of the restaurant was attributed to its affordable prices, designs, and the customers’ food experience. Stiff and Trevillion Architects designed the Bloomsbury location, as well as the next ten restaurants.
Michael Stiff, one of the partners of the architectural firm, said that the restaurant pushed the boundaries and rejuvenated the industry.
For more information about Wagamama, visit their official website.