SQno1
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Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:00 am

Hey Everybody,

Next month, a new branch of Wagamama noodle bar will be opening up in Exeter.

Luckily enough I have been invited to be one of the guests to have lunch free of charge with another person on the opening day.

Has any member on this site been to another branch, and what were your thoughts and experiences of it?

Responses Appreciated!

With Regards,
Alex.B
 
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RE: Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:03 am

Wagamama. Sounds racist or sexist to me!
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767Lover
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RE: Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:06 am

Dined at one in Amsterdam. It was nice, pretty tasty, nothing outstanding. We sat at really long communal tables.
 
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RE: Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:13 am

Yes, close to the British Museum, and many times since I studied virtually 5 minutes from the location and was tired of our refractory. Feeback:

Excellent!!!! Brilliant organic food, with the full taste of Japanese Cuisine, with the best ingredients.

I recommend to go for the Fish Tiriaki special, should it be available.. elsewise browse through this delicious menue! Food is fresh, service prompt and prices really fine

Have fun, and bon appetite! Congrats for your invitation


I also recommend the cooking book for replication!

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cosec59
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RE: Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:15 am

There is one in Basingstoke. I've not tried it as I've been told Wagamama is to Japanese food what Pizza Express is to Italian food
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Lee
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RE: Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:45 am

Ive been a fair few times, i think its really good !! May not be the most authentic food but it sure tastes good.
 
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RE: Your Experiences Of Wagamama Noodle Bar?

Mon Apr 03, 2006 8:26 am

I've visited the Wagamama's near Portman Square in London many times. It is a great place to eat - nothing fancy, but very tasty and filling food, and a very good value as well.
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