January 02, 2012

Wagamama

Positive eating + positive living.  Not a shabby motto to live by, if you ask me.  But translated from Japanese, it means "willful naughty child."  Oh, the irony.

Wagamama is essentially a canteen-style restaurant where food is usually ordered and served quickly.  Despite its wild popularity, I wouldn't quite call it a "must-try" place in London.  That said, if you're in the mood for some decent noodles (stir-fried or in a broth) at a reasonable price or need a place to seat a large party of friends, Wagamama may be your place.  The good service is also a perk.


My favourite go-to is the ramen.  Pictured above is the Seafood Ramen, which is a bowl full of noodles in vegetable broth with grilled shrimp, salmon, whitefish, and marinated squid.


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Multiple locations throughout London, worldwide too!  The only US locations (all three) are in Bahston, my old stomping grounds.  Fitting, if you ask me.

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