OUR STORY: 'kaizen,' meaning 'good change' is the philosophy that sits right at our heart. it shapes every dish that we create, and pushes us to find better ways in all that we do. we're restless spirits. forever creating and making things better. w...
|Accepts credit cards||Yes|
|Licence||This venue is licenced|
|Food Options||Gluten free, Vegetarian, Vegan|
Products and specialities
Based on the popular Japanese ramen bars, customers can expect freshly made salads, delicious teriyaki dishes, big bowls of soup with noodles, multitude of sharing plates to be enjoyed with our range of Sakes, Japanese beers, and NZ Wines.
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I guess I had nothing else to say about Wagamama's except the interior is nice. The service is good too though. But the menu is pretty pricey for essentially 'a $20 fried rice". I've been to Wagamama's a few times (at other people's requests) and never found it to be that special. The lamb salad was generous but too many bitter greens and I could barely taste the house special dressing. The lychee tea tastes like soda water with some either tea or lychee syrup with a few lychees at the bottom of the glass. The dumplings are tasty enough and priced normal at $11 for 6 but not value for money compared to a dumpling house. But that's what you pay for when you go to trendy eatery I guess. I wouldn't bother coming back out of my own accord.