In the centre of Harrogate, just a stone’s throw from all the main shops and tourist attractions on offer, this Wagamama is ideal if you can’t decide where to eat, or just fancy playing it safe and going for something well known.
With restaurants all over the UK you won’t come across many people who don’t know, or haven’t been to a Wagamama. For those of you who are still in the dark about the concept however, Wagamama is a casual dining Japanese restaurant. With minimal décor, communal tables and a buzzy, vibrant atmosphere it is a great place to enjoy a quick lunch or dinner.
Its two signature dishes are the warm and hearty ramen in a range of flavours, and the chicken katsu curry, now available for both vegans and vegetarians. Although these are the most popular items on the menu, you can also try things such as: chicken and prawn yaki soba, seared nuoc cham tuna with veggies and quinoa, and grilled duck donburi.
To accompany you mains, why not try its small side dishes? Great for sharing, but equally as good to have to yourself. Chow down on the likes of, tama crispy fried squid balls, beef tataki or keep things simple with some edamame beans.
On the drinks menu you’ll find, speciality Japanese beers and sake, alongside freshly squeezed fruit in flavours including orange, carrot and blueberry spice. Ideal if you are on a health kick. To finish off your feast, you can’t forget dessert. Try the banana katsu if you just can’t get enough of the dish. Or go for the white chocolate matcha cake and salted caramel cheesecake with wasabi biscuit base. The perfect combination of Asian flavours mixed with traditional western desserts.
On top of all the great options on the main menus, it now caters to those with certain dietary requirements too. For example the vegan menu feature lots of variations on main menu dishes as well as some special dishes like the avant gard’n a brown rice bowl seitan and a an ‘egg’. The gluten free menu also has lots of exciting options so people no longer have to miss out on the Japanese cuisine just because of their special requirements.