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Wagamama - The Way of The Noodle
Wagamama: the Way of the Noodle

A Japanese noodle book containing 50 recipes for ramen, soba and udon noodles and their soup stocks and toppings. It also includes a chapter on health, and topics such as the history of the noodle, Zen, Bruce Lee, and a day in the life of the successful fast-food noodle restaurant, Wagamama.

Wagamama is a chain of noodle bars, located mainly in the UK, but also having some franchised outlets further afield.

It would be difficult for us to review each individual restaurant, but being a chain we would expect some standards and uniformity across each of the Wagamama restaurants.

Sandro has reviewed both the Wagamama restaurant in Soho and the Wagamama restaurant in Manchester, so we guide you to these reviews to form an opinion of what any one specific restaurant may be like.

The underlying message from Sandro's reviews referred to above, are that Wagamama appears, lively, popular, good value and well worth visiting.

There are Wagamama Restaurants in the following locations, with more planned in the near future:


Covent Garden
Leicester Square
The City
Fleet Street

Elsewhere in the UK

St. Albans

Further Afield

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Sydney, Australia

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