If you’re thinking of trying out the latest Asian-fusion restaurant to enter the United States market, we have all the Wagamama menu prices right here for you to look at. The upscale chain restaurant, originally from England, has proven wildly successful across the globe — it has only recently entered the United States market. With multiple locations in Boston and New York, Wagamama is quickly catching on in America.
With a wide variety of tastes on offer, Wagamama borrows influence from all around Asia, especially Japan. The restaruant has an extensive menu with a range of different hybrid Asian food options. If you’re looking for large portion sizes and tasty foods, you’ve come to the right place.
Plan ahead and check out the Wagamama restaraunt below before you head out for dinner!
|Lollipop Prawn Kushiyaki||$6.50|
|Tori Kara Age||$5.75|
Hirata Steamed Buns
Two Regular, Fluffy Asian Buns Served With Japanese Mayonnaise And Coriander.
|Pork Belly And Panko Apple||$5.25|
|Korean Barbecue Beef And Red Onion||$5.25|
|Mixed Mushroom And Panko Aubergine||$5.25|
|Seasoned Crispy Chicken And Fresh Tomato||$5.25|
|Grilled Duck Ramen||$13.25|
|Short Rib Ramen||$13.95|
|Chicken Chilli Ramen||$11.50|
|Sirloin Steak Chilli Ramen||$13.50|
|Seared Nuoc Cham Tuna||$13.50|
|Sticky Pork Belly||$11.95|
|Kare Burosu Ramen||$10.95|
|Chicken Teriyaki Donburi||$9.95|
|Beef Brisket Teriyaki Donburi||$11.50|
|Grilled Duck Donburi||$13.95|
|Chicken And Prawn Pad Thai||$10.75|
|yasai Pad Thai||$9.75|
|Salmon Teriyaki Soba||$13.25|
|Sirloin Steak Teriyaki Soba||$14.50|
|Ginger Chicken Udon||$10.50|
|Chicken And Prawn Yaki Soba||$9.25|
|Yasai Yaki Soba||$8.50|
|Chicken Samla Curry||$11.25|
|Yasai Samla Curry||$9.95|
|Chicken Katsu Curry||$10.75|
|Yasai Katsu Curry||$9.75|
|Chicken Warm Chilli Salad||$10.25|
|Yasai Warm Chilli Salad||$9.50|
|Pad Thai Salad||$10.25|
|Sirloin And Shiitake Salad||$11.50|
|Miso Soup And Japanese Pickles||$1.95|
|A Tea-Stained Egg||$1.00|
|Kansho Craft Beer||330ml||$4.95|
|Kikku Craft Beer||330ml||$4.95|
|Lucky Buddha China||330ml||$3.95|
|Tempranillo Cabernet Fernando Castro||Bottle||$14.95|
|Tempranillo Cabernet Fernando Castro||250ml||$5.75|
|Tempranillo Cabernet Fernando Castro||175ml||$4.50|
|Pinot Grigio Sartori||Bottle||$18.50|
|Pinot Grigio Sartori||250ml||$6.75|
|Pinot Grigio Sartori||175ml||$5.25|
|Airen Chardonnay Viura||Bottle||$14.95|
|Airen Chardonnay Viura||250ml||$5.75|
|Airen Chardonnay Viura||175ml||$4.50|
|Chenin Blanc Cherry Tree Hill||Bottle||$16.95|
|Chenin Blanc Cherry Tree Hill||250ml||$6.25|
|Chenin Blanc Cherry Tree Hill||175ml||$4.75|
|Sauvignon Blanc Lanya||Bottle||$22.50|
|Sauvignon Blanc Lanya||250ml||$8.55|
|Sauvignon Blanc Lanya||175ml||$6.25|
|Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Land Made||Bottle||$24.50|
|Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Land Made||250ml||$9.25|
|Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Land Made||175ml||$6.75|
|Pinot Grigio Blush Sartori||Bottle||$19.45|
|Pinot Grigio Blush Sartori||250ml||$6.95|
|Pinot Grigio Blush Sartori||175ml||$5.50|
|Prosecco Villa Domiziano Spumante Brut||Bottle||$24.95|
|Prosecco Villa Domiziano Spumante Brut||125ml||$4.65|
|Sho Chiku Bai||For One||$5.95|
|Sho Chiku Bai||250ml||$9.45|
Gin And Tonic
|Sparkling Mango And Coconut||$2.70|
|Peach Iced Tea||Regular||$2.60|
|Peach Iced Tea||Large||$2.95|
|Red Berries And Hibiscus||$2.25|
|Ginger And Lemongrass||$2.25|
|Jasmine Flowering Tea||$2.95|
Popular Menu Items
Wagamama’s restaurant crosses a broad range of spectrums. On the menu, you can find Asian curries, ramen, teppanyaki, donburi, salads, and other Asian inspired dishes. There truly is something for everyone at Wagamama.
If you feel like starting your meal with something a bit lighter, try one of their side dishes as an appetizer. You can choose from tasty options like chili squid and a range of different protein filled gyozas. You can also order favorites like miso soup to compliment your dish.
But don’t take our word for it, check out some of Wagamama’s customers favorite options below.
The ramen section of the Wagamama menu is one of the highlights at the restaurant, and the Wagamama Ramen is by far the most popular choice. It comes loaded with food, including chicken, shrimp, pork, mussels, noodles, greens, and a range of other complimentary vegetables. If you’re looking for ramen that packs a punch, this is a good choice.
The Wagamama Ramen comes priced at $15.00.
Chicken Katsu Curry
If you’re looking for something filling, the Chicken Katsu Curry is a great choice. It comes with a substantial portion fried, breaded chicken, rice, curry sauce, and a side salad. It’s a great option if you love the taste of Asian curry.
Despite its size, the Chicken Katsu Curry is relatively affordable — it’s priced at $14.00.
Chicken and Prawn Pad Thai
While much of Wagamama’s menu consists of Japanese food items, there are still plenty of other influences from Asia. One of the most popular menu items hails from Thailand — the Chicken and Prawn Pad Thai. This noodle dish comes served like a traditional pad thai — rice noodles, prawns, chicken, eggs, beansprouts, leaks, and hints of peanut.
Try it today for just $13.00.
If you’re looking for something on the menu that’s a bit lighter, you should try their famous Duck Salad. It comes with succulent roasted duck and a range of greens, including cucumber, daikon, quinoa, carrots, and more. If you’re looking for a healthy and refreshing meal, look no further.
The Duck Salad comes priced at $14.00.
Wagamama first began its journey to international fame in 1992. Chinese chef Alan Yau opened the first Wagamama restaurant in 1992. The aim was to create a Asian-fusion restaurant that drew influence from Japanese foods — it’s proven to be wildly successful.
At present, over 140 restaurants are in operation worldwide. Countries with Wagamama restaurants include New Zealand, Austria, the United States, England, Belgium, Bahrain, Qatar, Cyprus, Norway, and many others. The company aims to have fresh sources of food in each of its major locations.
Wagamama has built their business around providing reliable and consistent food from a broad range of asian influences. The chain continues to be popular throughout the UK, and is currently building its profile within the United State — specifically in Boston and New York.
At present, the company is privately owned. Duke Street Capital is the primary shareholder.