63 Queens Rd, Clifton, Bristol, Avon, BS8 1QL
- Tel: 0117 922 1188
The first Wagamama noodle bar opened in 1992, near the British Museum in Central London, and was immediately a success. With several noodle bars in London and now nationwide, Wagamama offers a fast efficient service in a clean and modern environment.
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- Air Conditioning
- Vegetarian Dishes
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28/10/2010 by nath3101
i love wagamama! the food is great, its always fast and the service is always good! its quite cheap and you get alot of food for your money! the only bad experience we had was when we had prawn dumplings when we ordered chicken! they gave us another dish for free!Report this
Not Japanese food, but a marketing success story
16/09/2010 by gaolferrybridge
I commend Wagamama for being a marketing success. What they do is serve pan-Asian fusion food disguised as Japanese in what is basically a canteen and managed to elevate it to yuppie coolness through, for example, use of their vacuous but cool-sounding slogan of "positive eating positive living"(???). Most menu items may have Japanese names but either they are made from a combination of foods rarely if ever seen in Japan or they are quite blatently a Chinese or SE Asian-style dish (chilli? lime? coriander? coconut? hoi sin sauce? Having looked through the menu I can tell you that none of the dishes can be called Japanese except the steamed rice, yakitori and edamame beans. ) Let me point out that I have absolutely nothing against fusion food per se - but there is a certain level of audacity in trying to pass it off as Japanese food by giving them fake Japanese names on the menu. In terms of taste it is a mixed bag - while chicken katsu curry and yaki-udon in particular are positively tasty in their own unauthentic (or shall I say original) ways, the ramen dishes are questionable (nice enough soup, but the combination of toppings slightly resembles a fridge clearance and the noodles lack texture) and the coconut based soup noodles (are they supposed to be Malaysian laksa?) lack depth of flavour. The price is on a high side for what is mostly glamourized student kitchen quality food, but I suppose the facade they built up lets them get away with it. The service is fairly speedy though, and the place is spotlessly clean. Although I sometimes find myself accidentally wondering in, if you happen to crave East Asian grub in that part of town I would recommend the far superior HK Diner on Park Street which serves casual Chinese food - OK, so it may not be Japanese, but neither is Wagamama.Report this
10/09/2010 by Lizzieaa
Simple, relaxed, but can get a bit noisy when it is a popular time. You can order take-aways online now! I love it here. Amazing food for fairly cheap. Japanese food, with special bowls, chopsticks and soup spoons! I have tried about 10 different meals there, but I always go back to the ginger chicken udon, and reccommend it to anyone who asks. It is so tasty! Chicken, fresh bright orange ginger, fresh herds, egg, giant perfectly cooked udon noodles and some many other yummy ingredients. Yummy fresh juices, good puddings and a couple of choices alcoholic drinks.Report this
Everyone wants to Wagamama!
22/08/2008 by aimex
Wagamamma's is excellent. Centrally located, with friendly staff and it is very clean too. The place has an excellent menu which sets out meal names but also itemises content incase that isnt obvious which is sometimes really useful! Also useful for those with dietary requirements as for example dishes are listed as having high medium or low sugar contents. The Ebi Gyoza (prawn dish) and apple and lime juice is worth trying and the chocolate fudge cake is to die for (goes without saying really! Lol!). Food is really really good value and so tasty you will be wanting to go back for more! It is often busy in there but thats because its so amazing! Definately worth a visit!Report this
Do you like Japanese food? Then come along :)
07/02/2008 by pollmincheva
Wagamama is great. The food is awesome, the staff is friendly and the place is clean. If you like Japanese food you'd probably be there all the time :) if not, you'll fall in love with it and start eating out there all the time. For first-timers I'd recommend ebi katsu and chicken katsu curry! Enjoy!Report this
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