Wagamama

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Having never been to Wagamama before, I was excited to finally sample their food.

We ordered ginger chicken udon (described in their menu as teppan-fried udon noodles with chicken, egg, beansprouts, red and spring onions, mangetout and chilli. garnished with pickled ginger and coriander) and ebi raisukaree (described as prawns stir-fried in a coconut and lime curry sauce with mangetout, peppers, red and spring onions served on sticky white rice and garnished with red chillies, coriander and lime) accompanied by coca-cola and iced tea. Then, to top it off, dessert included baked vanilla cheesecake with a passion fruit coulis, and chocolate fudge cake with wasabi and chocolate fudge filling, served with a dark chocolate wasabi sauce and dairy vanilla pod ice cream.

Anyone drooling yet?

I’m definitely going to visit Wagamama again when I have the chance – their food warrants it, and if their service everywhere is as good as what we got in Manchester Printworks, then it’s most definitely worth it.

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