Never heard of Wagamama? It’s a pan-Asian noodle shop loosely based on the ramen houses and noodle stalls that are ubiquitous in Japan. The menu concentrates on rapidly cooked, Japanese-inspired dishes that feature noodles or rice augmented with a range of fresh, healthful ingredients. Starting with a single unit in London in the early 1990s, the chain has grown to 65 restaurants—45 in the United Kingdom, the rest split between Australia, New Zealand, Dubai and a handful of European cities ...

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