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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 ginger chicken udon (teppan-fried udon noodles with chicken, egg, beansprouts, spring onion, and chili) 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.

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Updated: 02-07-2013

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    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 avid_traveler, 12/13/09

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