I’ve never been to Wagamama before but everytime I walk past it, I keep remembering to go in! So many times I’ve wanted to try it but then friends/family wanted to go elsewhere…. until today!
I took mom out for an early dinner & decided today was the day. The food was amazing, everything on the menu sounded so good & we couldn’t help but stare at everyone’s dish as they got them too!
I ordered Teriyaki Soba Beef which is grilled teriyaki beef on a bed of teppan fried soba noodles with curry oil, mangetout, chillies, red and spring onions, beansprouts and bok choi with teriyaki sauce, coriander and sesame seeds. It was amazing! The beef was so tender, the noodles had a great taste to them with just the right amount of chilli, I will be definately ordering this again! I couldn’t finish it all because mom & I had 2 scoops of Baskin Robbins before going for dinner so I got them to wrap it up in a little takeaway box for me & will happily be munching away the leftovers at work tomorrow afternoon 😉
Mom got Ebi Raisukaree which is prawns stir-fried in a coconut and lime curry sauce with mangetout, peppers, red and spring onions served on sticky white rice and garnished with red chillies, coriander and lime. I actually wanted to order this dish as well as it sounded amazing but decided on the Teriyaki Soba Beef, but we decided to share the dishes so we could try both. Mom’s was amazing, the sauce was amazing & I’m a sucker for prawns and chillies *drool*
We also got some Ebi Gyoza on the side which is deep-fried prawn and vegetable dumplings served with a spicy citrus ponzu dipping sauce, these were so yummy & complimented the dishes well! They didn’t last long though, we gobbled them within seconds 😀
So there you have it, my first Wagamama experience & now I want to eat through the entire menu :party:
- Food - 8/108/10
- Service - 6/106/10
- Value - 7/107/10