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97–103 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 1PB
  • Telephone 0141 229 1468
  • Food served Mon-Sat 11am–11pm; Sun 11am–10pm
  • Website www.wagamama.com
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The nation loves a wee Wagamama – a UK-wide chain serving Japanese fusion food in canteen-style surroundings.

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The Glasgow branch of UK-wide chain Wagamama is like others in its canteen style, featuring plenty of wooden benches, which pack in everyone from solo diners to groups of pals. Known for bringing Asian-inspired food to the masses, the menu features big bowls of soup-based ramen, South East Asian curries, donburi rice bowls, and teppan-fried noodle dishes.There are also plenty of snacks on offer, like tama squid: hot, pungent, fishy balls covered in pastry so flaky that it flies everywhere if you so much as breathe in its direction. They are oddly delicious. Steak bulgogi comes well done on a bed of noodles with aubergines and a pile of crunchy kimchi. The chocolate and shichimi ice-cream is sweet and cooling until a ninja chilli jumps out of nowhere to whack you over the tongue with a cheeky burn – it’s a smile-inducing experience. With a menu for veggies and vegans, plus kids’ options, and some healthy extras, like the option to swap white rice for brown, an awesome range of fresh juices, and unlimited free green tea, Wagamama makes sure it caters for all.

The List's rating






Erica Goodey visited Wagamama on 11 March 2019
  • High point: Casual and easy-going
  • Low point: Can't shake that chainy feeling
  • Notable dish: Chocolate and schimichi ice-cream
  • Average price: £18.50 (lunch); £18.50 (dinner)

wagamama is a celebration of asian food, inspired by japanese ramen bars and is a truly unique way to eat. A menu created to soothe, nourish and sustain, whether you choose a little ginger to warm you up, chillies that kick or noodles to nourish the body and soul. Pick from all kinds of rice and noodle dishes, alongside fresh salads and shareable sides – as well as feel good juices and expertly crafted asian beers.

wagamama have an extensive vegetarian, vegan and non-gluten menu offering as well as a kids menu for little noodlers.

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  • Delivery: Deliveroo
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Relaxed chart music
  • Capacity: 144
  • Largest group: 25
  • Open since: 2003
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 9
  • House wine: £14.95 per bottle

Reviews & features

wagamama recipes to try at home

7 Nov 2017

How to make wagamama's ramen, donburi and gyoza

wagamama have revealed their secrets and told us exactly what goes into some of their most popular dishes. As the cold weather creeps in, a hearty bowl of wagamama's ramen, chicken teriyaki donburi or chicken gyoza can really hit the spot, and with…