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Central London's first wagamama noodle bar opened in 1992 at a location near the British Museum and became a success overnight. There are now several wagamama noodle bars in London and others nationwide. The service at wagmama is quick and efficient and the ambience is clean and modern.

Ranked #1444 of 5241 restaurants in London
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By S.

I like eating at Wagamamas (as long as they give me a fork!) I'm pretty familiar with most of the food by now (which is usually fairly good) and I like the chatty atmosphere you get in there.

If you can't find anything else you fancy round here then Wagamamas is always a good bet.


By G.

Ok, so it's not somewhere I'd bring my girlfriend on a hot date, but Wagamama is great if you need something quick before going out or haven't got time to cook. There are loads of branches of Wagamama too, so you're never that far from one in central London.


By Kelly H.

Wagamama made noodles cool - no longer just the domain of students as they slurp their way through Pots or Supers. The Fleet Street branch delivers the same down to earth service and excellent dishes at reasonable prices.

The Venue
As Londoners, we don’t much like sitting too close to each other, but Wagamama changed all that with communal dining that creates a really upbeat atmosphere. Fleet Street’s branch keeps to the same rows of wooden long bench seating with accompanying banquet style tables that mean you have to sit right next to strangers. It’s a little difficult to get used to but go through the pain and you may find you like it - and you don't have to talk to them anyway. Otherwise, the decor is pretty bland with cream walls and stone floor tiles and the kind of soft lighting that makes it easy to read the menu whilst still offering a little atmosphere. It’s functional, yes, but Wagamama is out to get the job done. And it does, more or less.

The Atmosphere
Ah those communal tables. They go against everything Londoners believe in but they do help to get conversations going and soon you’ll feel at ease. It’s not easy to have a romantic tete-a-tete, sure, but then there are always expensive restaurants for that kind of malarkey. Here, it’s all about good food served quickly. The staff are especially adept at aiding this, dashing in and out, making sure you’re served quickly and efficiently and always doing it with a smile.

The Food
The food is why Wagamama is always busy, with the Fleet Street branch being a prime example of an eatery that’s almost always rammed. The portions are big so you can forego the edamame beans (even if they are delicious) in favour of a well priced main that will sate your appetite on a budget. The menu is designed to be user friendly with all their terms explained clearly so you don’t get any surprises when the food arrives. The seafood ramen (£9.95) is always pretty good, arriving as a huge bowl of noodles in a well seasoned vegetable soup. The prawns are well cooked, plump and sweet and the accompanying squid isn’t at all rubbery, instead offering a nice, tender texture to the soup. A big selection of seasonal greens that retain crunch add a fresh dimension to the dish, whilst spring onions pep it up nicely. It’s hard to go wrong with this dish. Alternatively, the chicken katsu curry (£8.75) is also excellent, comprising a meaty chicken breast deep fried in panko breadcrumbs to offer texture, served with a medium hot, spiced curry sauce and sticky white rice. Both dishes are very filling and a great way of eating out for under a tenner – not easy to do well on Fleet Street.

The Drink
The Fleet Street Wagamama offers a succinct wine list that's helpfully simple, with prices starting at £14.90. There’s also a good choice of bottled beer selected to complement the food, including Asahi, Kirin Ichiban, Tiger and Singha. A handful of cocktails and strong choice of soft drinks finish off the selection, none of which add considerable expense to the total cost of dining.

The Last Word
Wagamama is famed for its consistency and the Fleet Street branch doesn’t let the side down.


By Alex M.

Im a recently diagnosed coeliac and each wagamama branch I have visited have been superb in catering for my special dietary needs.

I feel very confident eating there (which for me is very rare). I thoroughly recommend it!! go for the chicken itame!!! amazing

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