Sunday, 24 March 2013

Wagamama

It's the end of another Cambridge term & that means another trip to bring E home.

This time we stopped by at Wagamama to escape the cold snowy weather, and enjoy their huge portions & good food.



To begin with, we had a selection of Miso soup & Ebi Gysoz (vegetable dumplings for you & me).



I'm not a huge fan of Miso soup, but the pots they're served in, oh my they are brilliant.
I could base an entire architecture project on them if I was allowed...

Then we had our mains. I chose Yasai Yaki Soba (below). It was delicious. Although I love noodles so I would say that. The vegetables were cooked really well & I liked the mixture of flavours. Especially the ginger, which worked well with the ginger beer I was drinking.



Above is Chicken & Prawn Cha Han (although we found no prawns) & below is Amai Udon. From the empty dishes my family left, I assume they were also delicious.




As the portions are so big at Wagamama, we managed to have these 3 mains between the four of us with leftovers!

And there is always room for desert...



E chose Sweet Ginger &Apple Gyoza (above) & we all had a taste. It came with some custard which she seemed very pleased about & my favourite part was the cinnamon.

Although I think my dessert was better. Of course.

Raspberry natural fruit ice lolly. Mmmm. You could tell it was made using real raspberries, not just flavouring as there were little bits, my favourite!


To emphasise how odd it was to be eating an ice lolly when its snowing outside, I thought I should wear my mittens. Teehee.

21 comments:

  1. I don't really like Asian food but those desserts sound really good - the sweet gyoza is such a good idea!

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    1. I'm not usually a huge fan either but noodles are delicious!! Ah I totally agree they were so yummy ahaxx

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  2. Japanese foods never disappoint me and somehow ice-creams/lollies taste even more better in winter :)

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    1. Haha yes! Although I do like them on hot days I must admitxx

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  3. Love the photos, looks like it was a great time, all the food looks delicious. :)

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    1. It was, definitely recommend it! Yo sushi my favourite chain restaurant thoughxx

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  4. mmm wagas, one of my favourites... not had one in SO long though!
    xxx
    www.jaymieocallaghan.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. mmm Wagamamas, and double mmmmmm custard

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  6. Oh my goodness, that looks delicious. Just realised that I've not been to Wagamamas for over a year now because the boyf isn't a big fan. I am NOT settling for that! Going to drag him there tonight when he gets back from work (even if I have to drag him BY HIS HAIR) ;)

    XX

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    1. Haha I love this, hope you had the most fantastic time!xx

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  7. Looks so great!! Yummi food aswell :-)

    XO ♥
    WWW.BLONDIS.DK

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  8. Looking very yummy indeed!
    <3

    http://thecookiebutton.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. these photos have made me so hungry nothing beats a waga's! xx

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  10. everything looks soo yummy!x

    www.lilacbeam.blogspot.com

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  11. I looove Wagamama! I used to go there all the time while living in the UK :)

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  12. Ah I love Wagamamas!! So good :) xx

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    1. 100% agree, noodles are so tasty!xx

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  13. these photos are so lovely! i'm currently craving wagamamas right now, that food is making me hungry (drool)

    hope you'll visit back
    www.marylee31.blogspot.com

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  14. Hello! I just found your blog and I like it! A little bit of everything. And nice drawings, what is it you study?

    jana
    Because of London

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