Understand Wagamama

cha han

stir-fried rice – have yours with meat, fish or tofu

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chilli
men

a spicy sauce we serve with noodles

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ebi

shrimp

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edamame

steamed soy beans in their pods, perfect for popping into your mouth!

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gyoza

these japanese dumplings are full of delicious meat and vegetables, wrapped in a thin dough and then steamed or fried. we serve our gyoza with an irresistible dipping sauce

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kare

means ‘curry’ in japanese. wagamama’s kare dishes include a fragrant coconut and lemongrass sauce, packed with noodles, vegetables, chicken and shrimp

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katsu

deep-fried meat or vegetables, coated in panko breadcrumbs. panko breadcrumbs are deliciously crisp and famously flaky

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miso

this flavorsome paste lends a deep, savory taste to many japanese dishes. miso is made with fermented soybeans

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raisukaree

stir-fried chicken breast or shrimp in a coconut and lime curry sauce with snow peas, peppers, scallions, ginger and garlic

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ramen

famously popular japanese noodle soup, usually combining meat or fish with a tasty broth and noodles

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teppan

flat iron plate used for frying meat, fish, noodles and rice – often all together

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teriyaki

soy-sauce based marinade used to give meat, fish and vegetables a rich flavor and a glossy glaze

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udon

thick wheat-flour noodles

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yaki

grilled or fried

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yasai

indicates ‘vegetables’ on our menu. so dishes that include ‘yasai’ in the description are usually ideal for vegetarians

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