Wagamama

36a St. Andrews St, Cambridge, CB2 3AR Directions

Tel 01223 462354
   Now closed Open today 11:30 - 23:00

Business overview

The first Wagamama opened in 1992, near the British Museum in Central London, and was immediately a success. Now nationwide, Wagamama offers a fast efficient service in a clean and modern environment.

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Products & Services

Air Conditioning

Vegetarian Dishes

Bar

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Reviews

Not bad!

3
I just cant decide about this place, it does get busy, the food is good but the whole sharing a picnic table with others does weird me out slightly!

Food is good, veggie options are not bad. The amount of people in the place when busy does remind me of a school assembly noise!
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Wagamama Cambridge

5
This was the latest in my tour of Wagamama restaurants around the country! I went on a Saturday night about 9pm, and was very surprised to see that it was pretty much empty inside. I was expecting it to be much busier. Still, was definitely good news for me, as it meant I got my food quicker!

The service was great, very quick and efficient. My food came quickly, and was hot, tasty and flavoursome. No complaints at all! I haven't had a bad time at a Wagamama yet, and this one was just as good as my other visits around the country.

The price really is excellent - I always have the (free!) green tea, which meant that my entire meal cost about £7.50. I only had a main - I was far too full to even consider a pudding. Definitely one to consider if you're on a budget.
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Love it

5
I adore Wagamama's food, always think its quite healthy, although thats not always the case if you have a starter, main and dessert, but the premise is there! I always go for my favourite, Yaki Soba, never tire of it, also love the Chicken Katsu Curry, love the friendliness of the staff here, always happy to help you, food is served super quick and freshly made there and then and its always good value. If I'm in need of a quick bite to eat Wagamama's is always worth the visit, all my friends love it too.
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Wagamama showed us the way

5
We went for a weekend break to Cambridge. Whenever we go away it is always a problem eating out as my daughter has alergies. So, we thought we would at least give Wagamama a try.

The restaurant is located upstairs and seems very nicely lit and clean. We were seated straight away and asked about the alergies. I was so happy, as it was not a problem. They have a printed guide for all alergies and we ordered from this guide for my daughter and from the main menu for the rest of us. The waitress communicated well with us and the chefs to let them know what the alergy was.

The food was lovely, very light, nicely flavoured. Free green tea too which is a nice touch. I cannot fault the food, the prices, or the service. All three were superb. I have since visited a more local Wagamama which also delivered the same superb service.
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Not very impressive

2
I visited Wagamamas in Cambridge on a Saturday evening recently. It was busy, but we didn't have to wait for a table.

It was very noisy and I struggled to have a conversation.

Our food came quickly and was satisfactory.

However, I felt as though we were being hurried along by the staff. As I was finishing my meal, I was being watched by a staff member and felt under pressure to finish up.

It wasn't especially cheap, at about £8 for a bowl of noodles with prawns and chicken.

I think Wagamamas is all right when you have a voucher but the customer service isn't great.
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