Wagamama today announced its summer menu. The company says the new range of pan-asian inspired salads are sure to tickle your taste buds.
We are told the menus is created around the light and fresh flavours of the far east, its salad menu features a host of seasonal ingredients and five tasty new dishes. so there is no excuse not to drop in for a quick bite after a long day enjoying the sunshine.
The company goes on to say in an unusual twist on the traditional, the smoked salmon salad has a strong Japanese influence with crisp pepper, tangy beetroot and the unmistakable flavours of miso and wasabi. if you fancy a summer sizzler, try the spicy cumin chicken salad. crunchy red onion and pepper are stir fried with cumin chicken and served on a bed of baby spinach and lots of fresh chillies. alternatively the popular mandarin and sesame chicken salad prepared with coriander, mangetout and cashew nuts is still has pride of place on the menu
It is reported that noodle lovers can still get their fix with a range of soba based salads. the scallop and bacon green tea noodle salad is bought to life with a vietnamese nuoc cham sweet and sour dipping sauce. tuck into the ebi noodle salad, mixed with prawns, mushroom, carrot, mooli, cucumber and a spicy citrus ponzu dressing and for a vegetarian treat try the wild mushroom, asparagus and tofu salad, prepared with a pepper, red onion and a mustard dressing
The company says for more goodness, why not accompany your meal with a freshly squeezed juice. alternatively relax with a glass of wine, sake or asian beer
Wagamama prides itself on the quality and speed of its service. dishes are prepared immediately, ensuring they arrive freshly cooked. although dishes may be delivered at different times, the wagamama philosophy is: don’t wait – just tuck in and share!
Wagamama is a noodle restaurant inspired by the hustle and bustle of canteen style japanese noodle bars, but its menu is an unmistakeable blend of pan-asian flavours and the freshest seasonal ingredients from closer to home
It has more than 100 restaurants in the u.k, europe, the pacific rim, middle east and usa. since 1992 its philosophy remains unchanged: to combine great, fresh and nutritious food in an elegant yet simple setting with helpful, friendly service and value for money
Wagamama has been voted london’s most popular restaurant by zagat for the fourth year in a row
We are told you can find wagamama in london, basingstoke, bath, birmingham, bournemouth, brighton, bristol, cambridge, canterbury, cardiff, croydon, exeter, glasgow, guildford, harrogate, heathrow terminal 5, high wycombe, kingston, lakeside, leeds, leicester, liverpool, livingston, manchester, milton keynes, newcastle, norwich, nottingham, oxford, reading, sailisbury, sheffield, solihull, st albans, tunbridge wells, walton on thames, and windsor