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Wagamama is Celebrating 21 Years of Positive Eating

Wagamama have been bringing the fresh flavours of Asia to Ireland since 1998

We all know you only turn 21 once – and Wagamama are celebrating in the best way possible! For a special birthday treat (available in store for customers exclusively for the month of October), Wagamama will offer free Just–Eat delivery every weekend including the October bank holiday weekend.

21 years ago, Wagamama Ireland first opened their doors on Dublin’s South King Street. Since then, they have adhered to an ‘eat good – feel good’ mantra combining their philosophy of ‘kaizen’ meaning positive change and the warm hospitality of the Irish. Kaizen is a philosophy that sits right at the heart of Wagamama. It shapes every dish they create and pushes them to find better ways in all that they do.

Wagamama chefs are restless spirits, forever creating and making the food they serve better. Inspired by fast-paced, Japanese ramen bars and a celebration of Asian food, they set out to create a unique way of eating; bringing the fresh, nourishing, flavours of Asia to all. A little ginger to warm you up, chillies that kick, noodles to nourish the body and soul. Their Asian inspired menu has been created to soothe, nourish, sustain and inspire.

Wagamama’s menu features Japanese favourites as well as a fresh, authentic quality which grows and evolves with every season that passes. In the name of kaizen, their standards are high. All ingredients are cooked fresh and served fresh. Every bowl and plate is served fresh to order. The colours and aromas, flavours and spices are always at their best when they reach the table.
From hearty nourishing ramens and tasty teppanyaki stir-fries to warming curries, donburi rice bowls, energising juices and plenty of vegetarian and vegan options, Wagamama’s nourishing menu is as extensive as it is delicious.

Share your birthday celebrations with Wagamama by using the #21yearsofwagamama and visit their website for more information!