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Dublin Restaurants

Wagamama

Updated 04/29/2014

Fodor's Review

Modeled on a Japanese canteen, Wagamama, with its long wooden tables and benches and high ceilings with exposed metal piping, ensures a unique communal dining experience. It attracts a young, loud crowd and is constantly busy. Formal courses aren't acknowledged—food is served as soon as it's ready, and appetizers and main courses arrive together. Steamed and salted edamame are a delicious starter, followed with filling bowls of yaki udon or chili beef ramen, and washed down with fresh fruit or vegetable juice. There's also a fine selection of beers and sakes for the less abstemious.

Restaurant Information

Address:

S. King St., Dublin, Co. Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Phone:

01-478–2152

Website: www.wagamama.ie

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 04/29/2014

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Dec 13, 2009

Wagamama Review

Quick, noisy, casual, and reliably good. Be prepared to slurp your noodles elbow to elbow with other diners and watch the line extend out the door.

By Rachel

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Mar 28, 2006

Great Food, Fast Service, Good Prices

This place is packed, with good reason. The food is very good and the prices are right. You may have to stand in line, but it moves very quickly. Don't come here if you want a quiet romantic dinner, but if you want to eat well at a low price in a convenient location, this is it.

By Matt

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Apr 15, 2002

Slurp a bowl of Goodness

Waitstaff armed with high-tech wireless devices scratch your order on a paper placemat with a crayon before beaming it to the kitchen where it's made fresh to order. Ingredients are fresh beyond imagination, and the end product is a tasty treat. Go for the soups, you'll not be disappointed. Picnic-table-style seating is a bit annoying...

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