About Wagamama Cambridge
Japanese cuisine has become increasingly popular over the last few years in the UK with Wagamama, arguably being the most popular Japanese chain restaurant in the UK. With its exciting dishes, cool and casual décor and buzzy vibe there is no surprise as to why this high-street restaurant has become so popular. You are unlikely to visit a town or city without one these days so you can take comfort in knowing there is always somewhere good to eat if you are stuck (or just really fancy a katsu curry).
Serving up curries, Ramens, salads and a host of pan-Asian dishes start you meal by ordering a selection of sides to share as a table. Go for the ebi katsu crispy prawns, beef tataki with citrus ponzu and mayonnaise or one of the many variations of the gyoza to get a taste of as many of the sides as possible.
On the ‘big plate menu’ expect to find warm and hearty Ramens with variations that include miso cod, chilli prawns and beef, its famous Katsu curries in both vegan and vegetarian options and a host of noodle dishes including chicken and prawn yaki soba, pad thai and ginger chicken udon.
Dishes at Wagamama come out as and when they are ready so don’t expect the rigid starter, main and dessert structure at this restaurant. Wagamamas relaxed structure does mean that your food is served as soon as its ready, no waiting and getting cold here.
Lastly, don’t forget to order desserts. Although Wagamama isn’t typically known for its sweet offerings, the use of traditional Asian ingredients combined into everyone’s favourite desserts makes for some very appealing looking combinations. For example, order the banana katsu with salted caramel ice-cream, or if you are a cheesecake fiend, go for the white chocolate and matcha cheesecake.