Save Money Dining Out At Wagamama

Posted on November 15th, 2007 in Money Saving Tips by Stephanie

Wagamama is a popular noodle bar that has several branches in London and around the world.  They have a varied menu consisting of fried and soup noodles influenced by Japanese and Thai cuisines as well as rice dishes and delicious salads and side dishes.  Their dessert menu is also a definate must-try, especially their sorbets!  Wagamama has a members club that you can join free online and this entitles you to access the members area of their website where you can download vouchers for 2 for 1 main course and free desserts, drinks and side dishes.  A main course is on average around £7 so with a 2 for 1 voucher you could take a friend for free and only pay £7 for both of your meals!  Also, if money is a little tight at the moment, green tea is served free!  You can join their club on their website:  It also has details of their locations and menu.

Wagamama Desserts

Wagamama Desserts

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Comment by Kango Noodle-O
2007-11-17 23:51:14

I am so glad to know about this! I’m in New York and San Francisco frequently, and I often hit their noodle bars for dinner on the cheap (in New York they have a cluster of them on the Lower East Side, and in San Francisco there’s one on every corner). I’ve missed having this AFFORDABLE alternative when I’m in London . . . so thanks for pointing it out!

Comment by Chris
2007-11-29 21:02:48

I am in the United States but am planning a trip to London and so am very excited to come and take advantage of good food at low prices! Thanks for the vacation idea, I can’t wait to find one and try it.

2008-06-30 23:22:16

I am planing on going to Italy in two months. I am so excited to eat some great food.

Comment by Utah SEO
2008-07-01 22:10:09

I will be heading to Europe in two months. Should be a good time.

2008-09-17 11:20:22

Been to Wagamama when i was on my London trip, their chocolate fudge cake is simply delicious. You guys got to try it out.

Comment by Discount Gift Cards
2009-09-28 21:04:22

This is a great resource. Next time when I go to London, I will for sure will make my wife look even chubbier!

Comment by Paul Hanson
2010-07-20 06:00:54

As “wagamama” means selfish in Japanese, i bet the portions are very stingy? I grew up in Japan by the way.

Comment by uk dress
2010-09-02 07:31:58

As “wagamama” means selfish in Japanese, i bet the portions are very stingy? I grew up in Japan by the way.

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