N.1 Centre 40, Parkfield St, London, London, N1 0PS
- Tel: 020 7226 2664
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.
22/08/2008 by tanzanitelilac
I recently visited Wagamama with a friend. Neither of us could believe why he had not had the pleasure of visiting before. If you are looking for a quick and lively meal, then Wagamama is for you. Usually there is a queue as you approach but the longest we have had to wait to be seated was 5 minutes. Wagamama often have vouchers, such as 2 for 1 available through the members area on the website, which proves a great bargain. I’m partial to the amai uddon myself with chilli sauce added at the table, but there is something for everyone and you can even have a look on the website before you go to familiarise yourself with the menu if like me you are indecisive!Report this
19/11/2007 by MissBex
This place is conveniant if you are going to Vue Cinema's in Angel - It's right next to the cinema, unfortunately I wish it tasted a bit nicer! The dumpling were fantastic - it was all going well to start with, we have the chicken dumplings filled with cabbage, chinese leaf, chinese chives and water chestnut. served with a chilli, garlic, sesame and soy sauce. (£4.50) - really good, we should have just ordered a whole lot of these! I then had: chicken kare lomen a spicy soup made from lemongrass, coconut milk, shrimp paste, red chillies, fresh ginger and galangal. served with ramen noodles and garnished with a marinated and grilled chicken breast, beansprouts, cucumber, fresh coriander and a wedge of lime. Sounds delicious, but all it tasted like was soup with chilli, I had to pile on the soy sauce to get any taste whatsoever out of it - not impressed. (£8.20) My partner had seafood ramen £9.00 noodles in a vegetable soup topped with seasonal greens and wakame, grilled smooth dory, marinated and grilled black tiger prawns, grilled squid and kamaboka-aka. The was one prawn.. and to be honest, if I had eaten that I would have been sick. They call themselves fast food to excuse themselves from the fact that your meals never arrive out at the same time, something I see as a poor and basically unacceptable if you are going out for a meal and paying for it! I'd go back for the dumplings, but I think my meals at home are nicer than what we got here...Report this
01/08/2006 by walid
For those of you who don't know Wagamama... is there any of you out there??? Well in case you are just a tourist or have just arrived in London, Wagamama is a chain of Japanese noodle restaurants. You have huge tables which you find yourself sharing with either a large group of friends or strangers. In any case the one near Angel is found on the 1st level of the newly built N1 centre. It's everything you can expect from a Wagamama, tasty and fresh food in a clean restaurant. Service is fast, and some of the waitors are quite eclectic!Report this
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