G1 Building 12, Dundrum Town Centre,
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+353 1 821 9449
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Wagamama noodle bars - serving up tasty noodles worldwide since the first Wagamama opened in london's bloomsbury in 1992. Wagamama's ethos is to combine great, fresh and nutritious food in an sleek yet simple setting with helpful, friendly service and value for money.
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Minty J. lives 8.08 km from Wagamama
on April 8th, 2013
I really enjoy going to wagamama.
Usually I opt for their lunch deal, as for dinners it does not rank very high for atmosphere. It's perfect for quick, casual meals, which is usually under 10 euro including a lovely drink! (peach ice tea is my fav)
They serve asian fusion dishes - do not go if you want 'authentic asian' - however they serve up fresh delicious dishes, like chicken katsu (breaded & fried) curry with rice. My favorite is their deep fried sweet potato dish (I forget the exact name).
It has a high ceiling which gives an airy feel, and the service is efficient but not always so quick.
Definitely a fan and would be back.
Mike B. lives 3.31 km from Wagamama
on July 19th, 2011
Great new eats option in Dundrum, food was excellent but the service was a bit on the slow side - this was probably down to the fact it was only open a couple of days when I visited but they'd want too speed things up if they want to avoid the wrath of some anxious cinema goers!
Susan Q. lives 3.21 km from Wagamama
on July 18th, 2011
I was so excited to try the new Wagamama's when I saw it was coming to Dundrum as I love the one in Stephen's Green. The interior is nicer if anything and even has a number of booth type tables which would be great for a small group. The menu had one or two items on it which they don't have in town and the food seemed just as tasty. The only real difference I noticed was the service which definitely wasn't as super speedy but all in good time I guess.