wagamama

wagamama

Pan-Asian

0.5 miles
36a St Andrews Street, Cambridge , CB2 3AR
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Nestled in the heart of Cambridge, a city dominated by historic colleges, the picturesque River Cam and the famous market square, you’ll find wagamama. Inspired by the fast-paced ramen bars of Japan, the ethos behind wagamama is positive eating; the idea that we feed our soul as well as our body.

Dishes are cooked to order with only the freshest ingredients, and are served the second they are ready, to ensure that guests receive food at its very best. The chefs here are known for their love of food, cooking every dish with passion. The team’s aim is for customers to share in their enthusiasm, slurp their noodles, relax in good company and leave feeling happy, nourished and refreshed.

Part of the charm of dining at wagamama lies in the unique communal dining experience – think long wooden tables and benches to share with other guests, and a social, joyful atmosphere. Staff are friendly and informal, ensuring that guests feel relaxed at all times.

The menu features a range of tempting pan Asian dishes. Expect to try the likes of ramen – a hearty bowl of hot broth filled with fresh ramen noodles and your choice of toppings and garnishes – served in a traditional black bowl. Other popular options include the delicious katsu curry, comprising chicken or vegetables coated in crispy panko breadcrumbs, covered in an aromatic curry sauce and served with authentic sticky rice, as well as teppanyaki – a big plate of sizzling noodles, stir-fried by quickly turning them on a flat griddle, resulting in soft noodles with delightfully crunchy vegetables. There’s also a fantastic children’s menu making wagamama the perfect choice for a family meal.

wagamama believes in the Japanese philosophy of kaizen, roughly translated as good change. It’s a belief in continuous improvement and the idea that every day we should strive to be better than the day before, spreading positivity from bowl to soul.

For more information don’t forget to visit their website and check out their social media.



 


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