This restaurant came from my foodie friend Joanne, just in the nick of time. After my Wagamama ramen fiasco, I needed a real, cheap and hopefully authentic fix of the dense noodle.
The solution came at Eat Tokyo in Soho, a traditional Japanese restaurant that also serves sushi, tempura, katsu and more. The restaurant is tiny, seating maybe 20 patrons max. Read More
We came to Wagamama in the same way that one does when meeting a friend’s friend or someone they “have heard so much about!” that is to say, we came with much anticipation.
Wagamama is a pan-asian, higher-end, quick service restaurant that started in Bloomsbury, London in 1992. It has now grown to 66 restaurants in the UK and 38 internationally. The franchise has won accolades like Zagat readers’ “official superbrand” in 2007 and 2008, along with the Retailer’s Retail Awards as one of London’s most popular restaurants for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009. Read More