Wagamama is a Japanese inspired, pan-Asian noodle restaurant. The chain is British-based, and the first US restaurants are right here in Boston – Faneuil Hall, Harvard Square, the Pru, and now Lynnfield.
What’s “Wagamama” mean, you ask? It’s Japanese for naughty child. Totally up my alley, and with that being said, you really must make plans to check the restaurant out. Here are some reasons why.
Delicious. You really can’t go wrong. Every last piece of food that I tried was delicious. Be sure to try the chicken katsu curry. It’s the most popular dish that the restaurant sells worldwide. The salmon teriyaki donburi was nearly the best flavored salmon I’ve ever tried. Here’s a link to Wagamama menu and take a look below at some of the yummy offerings.
Oh the juice. It’s fresh. Like there’s a juicer and real fruit in the back FRESH. I sampled the fruit juice (apple, orange, and watermelon) and the super green (apple, mint, celery and lime juice). Both were really great, and there’s a huge possibility I’ll be going back entirely at one point or the other for these juices.
BRING THE KIDS.
Wagamama is casual and great spot to bring the whole family. They have a kids menu with a good variety including mini ramen, noodles, and chicken katsu (close enough to chicken fingers that picky kids should be all set). Plus fresh orange and apple juices.
You must save room for dessert. They were all delicious. My favorite was the coconut reika which is three scoops of coconut ice cream with a tangy mango sauce and toasted coconut.
It’s been a long time since I’ve really loved a new restaurant off the bat like this. It really has so much to offer – great location (if you haven’t checked out Market Street yet, GO!), great food, and a wonderful atmosphere. Make a plan to grab a meal at Wagamama!
Thanks to my friends at Wagamama, one of my readers is going to win a $25 gift card to Wagamama. See below to enter.