The menu at Wagamama is inspired by traditional Japanese noodle bars and enticing Asian flavours. Serving everything from delicious noodles, ramen, curry, salads and even fresh juices there is something for everyone on the menu. Their options include vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free, as well as a menu for younger children.
If there’s one thing that the brand does really well (other than its great tasting food, of course) it’s the speed of its service and the affordable prices.
All dishes are prepared and served immediately to ensure they are as fresh as possible, even though this means staggered delivery times. But hey, that’s all part of the Wagamama charm and with food this good, why wait? Just tuck in!
Wagamama top choices
Wagamama in Wembley Park offers a huge and varied menu made up of exciting starters, mains and side dishes. If you’ve never been before it can be a little intimidating when you first look at the menu, so if you're not sure what to have, consider some of these top choices:
- Hot chicken katsu curry
- Tantanmen beef brisket ramen
- Yasai pad thai
- Grilled duck donburi
- Bang bang cauliflower
- Pulled pork steamed gyoza
History of Wagamama
The first Wagamama restaurant was opened in 1992 in London’s Bloomsbury. The inspiration for the restaurant came from the fast-paced, Japanese ramen bars and the want to celebrate and serve great Asian food. Founder, Alan Yau wanted to create a unique dining experience that incorporated the flavours of Asia and as of 2020, there were more than 135 restaurants worldwide helping to achieve this.