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hit up Wagamama last week to try the new Summer menu. No matter how many times we visit Wagamama the speed from ordering to eating always amazes us. Our latest visit to Wigmore Street was no different and like most of the other outlets we’ve visited the place was packed, which probably explains the expansion plans for 300 new Wagamama’s this year.

We ate yasabi gyoza, ebi katsu, chilli men and chicken raisukaree. The ebi katsu were decent sized deep fried prawns and a generous portion of eight for £6.40. The chilli men packed full of vegetables had a subtle kick without over powering but the chicken raisukaree was our favourite dish.

Newly added to the menu the dish is a coconut and lime curry with chicken, mangetout, peppers, red and spring onions. The Thai inspired curry surrounds a mound of steamed white rice and by the time we had finished we were stuffed.

If you want fast, fresh, healthy, hot food you won’t find much faster than Wagamama – beats a Maccy D’s any day!

Locations everywhere and anywhere.