Milton Keynes6 reviews
16 June 2012
The open seating plan is a bit awkward, but I think all wagamama's are like that. Food is okay, if there's no other Japanese restaurants in the area.
Milton Keynes1 review
8 February 2012
18 May 2011
I love this restaurant. The food is consistently good and the staff are attentive without being pushy.
For my first few visits I had the same dish as I loved it so much I was afraid to try something new in case it wasn't as good. I needn't have worried. Excellent food, excellent price.
Milton Keynes427 reviews
7 May 2011
Typical Wagamamas set in the main shopping centre down towards M&S. The place gets very busy, especially at weekend lunchtimes, so you may need to wait a while. There is a space near the entrance that seems to be reserved for baby buggy parking and often looks full, so you can guess that what the clientele are going to be like.
Apart from the problems of success, the place is usually bustling and the food is good: recommended.
5 November 2010
Have nothing bad to say. The service is great the food is great.
Milton Keynes3 reviews
19 September 2010
Wagamama's in MK is a great place to have lunch or dinner after a looong day of shopping! The soups are to die for and the plum wine is delish! Would reckonmend this to anyone!
2 August 2010
Despite it's small size, a Wagamama is a Wagamama. The standard of food can vary great depending on which chef is cooking, but the service and variety of food is just as you would expect any Wagamama to be. Be it vegetarians or fussy eaters there is always a solution to solve it by mix and matching what you have in the dish.
If you're looking for a non-fussed, quick japanese fix, Wagamama is a great choice within the MK centre. With an open kitchen, all the different aromas floating through the air can make one hungry just by stepping into the shop.
24 May 2009
I always know i’m in for a treat when i’m near a Wagamamas.
I’ve always been a fussy eater, but my friend long ago persuaded me to try a chicken katsu, which opened my up completely. In Japan, katsu would be served with Pork, not chicken, which makes it not entirely authentic Japan… But, you’re in England, what do you expect? The japanese menu has been tweaked to suit English taste, and it definitely works for me.
I would also definitely recommend the ginger cheesecake, which i can definitely confirm is the BEST thing to ever have entered my mouth.
Everything is different to a normal restaurant. You are seated at a bench style area which is surprisingly comfortable. There is a shelf and hooks under the table so you can comfortably tuck away your belongings. No more gripping bags and coats between your ankles! There is also high chairs that clamp onto the side of the tables, so infants are always welcomed.
This has got to be the quickest serving resaurant ever. I always know i will get my food quickly in Wagamamas. I’m talking 5 minutes after ordering i will recieve my main. If its extremely busy, it may stretch to 10. No matter how long it takes, you always KNOW the staff are doing their best, as they are rushing around frantically, but happily!
You can see all of the chefs doing their work from where you are sitting, which adds a nice touch!
I love Wagamamas! =D
26 January 2009
Mmmmmm…. wagamama. I love this place. It’s a bit off beat, in the way that they serve whatever food is ready. Annoying if you’re really hungry and your friend gets their food before you do. But it means that you get it fresh, fresh, fresh. The type of cuisine is also a bit difficult to place, they call themselves Japanese food, but it really is a fusion restaurant with bits of flavourings from all over South East Asia coming through. Price wise it’s decent, the service we’ve received has always been friendly and professional - you don’t come in for the table service any way.
If you’re looking for a quiet meal then this isn’t the restaurant for you. Customers are sat at long bench tables. However, if you’re looking for a quick place to eat and you don’t want fast food, this is perfect.
Milton Keynes3 reviews
14 November 2008
I love it here. Perfect if you want a quick lunch or pre-night out munch. Service is friendly, quick and efficient. The smells and mixture of flavours bring back memories of Malaysia every time I visit. Chinese/Malaysian fusion food. If you like it hot try the Laksa. There have been comparisons made between Wagamma and top restaurants, Wagamma came out on top for presentation and flavours. I agree.
Not a romantic place, but great for a catch up or in a group. Food comes out as and when cooked, no fussing about waiting for starters, mains etc. Reasonably priced and most dishes are generous portions. You have to try the coconut ice-cream, save room for it. There is a serious lack of noodle bars in Milton Keynes, bring us some more.
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