wagamama opens at Festival Leisure Park on Monday 2nd December. The new wagamama takes over from the existing Chiquito and is located next to Mr Mulligan’s and Frankie and Benny’s.
wagamama will bring its nourishing Japanese inspired menu to Festival Leisure Park with seating for 220 guests inside, 40 available outside spaces plus a beautiful mezzanine level with 60 covers and a private dining space.
wagamama is renowned for its iconic katsu curry as well as a menu packed full of fresh, nourishing dishes including rice bowls, noodles and curries. wagamama caused a wave of excitement amongst the growing vegan audience when it introduced the vegan version of its famous katsu curry, the “vegatsu” last year and now proudly has a vegan menu featuring 19 plant based dishes including the world’s first Vegan egg.
A warming bowl of bold ramen, teppan dishes griddled to perfection or if you would rather rice, you’re in luck – their menu features many Japanese favourites. Fresh, authentic menus that are updated seasonally. wagamama is a staple of modern Asian cuisine. Their standards are high. Ingredients are cooked fresh, served fresh. Every bowl and plate that they fill is served as soon as it’s ready. The colours and aromas, flavours and spices are always at their best when they touch your table.
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