Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Wagamama Dean Street

There are 140 Wagamamas worldwide. Wagamama Dean Street in London's Soho is the first one I have ever been to.

Wagamama as you probably know sells Japanese food. It was established in 1992 and the green tea is free.

Me studying the menu at Wagamama Dean Street. It has a nice modern interior design.

I went there because my mum's friend who works for Wagamama sent me some vouchers. Sooo cool!

I am terrible at chopsticks. They are so hard to use.  In fact my new year resolution is to learn to use them😂

My mum had teriyaki chicken and my dad had teryiaki beef. Both were amazing but I only had one strip of my dad's beef. My sister had mini ramen (because she is mini). For starters we had gyoza (chicken) with a very nice savoury sauce. I had chilli chickem ramen which was the best meal I have had in a long time. It was in a nice broth.

My mum had a repair smoothie: kale, apple, lime and pear, but I had the best clean green smoothie. It was kiwi, avocado and apple.  Also as a side we had chicken donburi which was amazing. It had a nice batter.

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We ate on our own table (sometimes you have to share with people at Wagamama) and we and had a very nice waiter who brought food quickly. I recommen it to all of you readers and I will be visiting again soon!


  1. Hmmmm Sunday lunch - traditional British roast or Japanese??
    I'd go with the expert (as you have clearly become) & go for the teriyaki. ��

    1. Sorry for late reply i was at a whole school residential (food was horrible) and i will write a new blog post very soon.:)

      Maliq the good eater