Yaki Soba and Schichimi Squid at Wagamama

Yaki Soba
Yaki Soba is one of my favorite noodle dishes at Wagamama. It is a tepan-fried soba noodles with chicken, shrimps, egg, beansprouts, peppers, white and spring onions. It is garnished with fried shallots, pickled ginger and mixed sesame seeds. 


Wagamama offers Japanese-inspired food. Their first restaurant was opened year 1992 at London's Bloomsbury. They have ramen, teppanyaki, curry dishes, donburi, chili dishes and sushi. Donburi is their version of fried rice served with miso soup. 

My favorite starter/appetizer is called Schichimi Squid which is is known as Chili Squid in other Wagamama restaurants. It is a deep-fried squid seasoned with sea salt and shichimi. The dipping sauce is the best as well which is made from chili, garlic and coriander. The sauce is sweet and a bit spicy. But you will definitely love it. 

Schichimi Squid 
As to price, their starter will normally range from €3 to €8 while their main course is around €9.50 to 16.50. Eating here occasionally is tolerable. Sometimes they offer set meal which composes of starter and main or main and dessert for €15.00. During weekdays from 12:00 to 3:00 pm they have lunch menu for 9.95 which includes selected main and free drink. You can add side dish or starter for  3.00.

What's the best is  they have home delivery too. How cool is that? 

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  1. I know masarap ang dish na ito and so with other Japanese dishes. But ewan ko ba hindi ko sila magustuhan. wow! ang price sozy..

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  2. Wow this looks so yummy foodies. Can I have some?

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  3. Yaki Soba looks appetizing! I love eating Japanese food.

    I am not so familiar with Wagamama but I presume it is a Japanese restaurant.

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  4. I never tried these delicious foodies. Squid is my favorite and if it is hot and spicy, I am in :-)

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