REVIEW: WAGAMAMAS

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has launched a seasonal Winter menu designed to warm your cockles in the coming months.

Like their usual menu the winter version gives you plenty of choices, whether you’re a fan of rice, noodles, miso soups or grilled dishes there is something here for everyone. The vast majority of which are healthy alternatives to most of the other ‘sit-down fast food’ restaurants out there.

LondonOnTheInside tried a few dishes in the new range including the tasty ‘Duck Gyoza’ with spicy cherry hoi-sin sauce alongside the ‘Prawn chilli men’ to give us some rest bite from the cold outside. We also experienced the new specials menu launched simultaneously consisting of just four options – 1 starter, 1 main, 1 desert and 1 drink’.

We went for the Pork Dumpling Soup, the ‘mains’ option from the specials list, a not to heavy sweet and spicy char sui roast pork dumplings in a pork, coriander and lemongrass broth with sichuan spicy sausage, tea boiled egg, bean shoots, leeks, baby spinach. Garnished with spring onions and garlic chive – very tasty!

Needing some winter warmth? Check out the menu for yourself.

www.wagamama.com

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