After a day of visiting all the historic landmarks Hereford has to offer, why not settle down in a Wagamama for a warm and hearty ramen, or noodle dish. The minimal décor, communal tables and buzzy atmosphere is one of the reasons this high-street chain has become so successful and is such a handy place to go for a quick and filling meal.
On the menu, expect to find the likes of small side dishes such as gyoza, edamame and crispy fried chilli squid. Great for sharing, but also perfectly sized to have to yourself. When it comes to the main menu, you can chow down on the likes of pad Thai, yaki soba, and its super popular katsu curry, now available for both vegans and vegetarians to enjoy.
It even has separate, extensive menus for those with dietary requirements. For example, the gluten free menu features chicken and yasai itame, pad thai salad and the prawn kushiyaki to have as a side. You no longer have to miss out on this cuisine, just because of a dietary requirement. Similarly the vegan menus also have a host of dishes as well as variations on the main menu ones to make them vegan friendly. Expect to find the yasai pad thai, kare burosu with tofu in a curried broth and miso soup with Japanese pickles.
To finish off your meal, the dessert selection mixes Asian flavours with classic British desserts making for some exciting combinations. Try the white chocolate and matcha cheesecake, or mango and matcha layer cake. Accompany all this with something off the drinks menu like a Japanese beer, sake or fruit juice,for when you want to opt for the healthy option.
All at a reasonable price, with a great atmosphere and selection of dishes, Wagamama makes for the ideal place to go if you are stuck for ideas on where to eat, or if you just fancy that katsu curry.