There are a lot of great eating places on Dean Street in London’s Soho and with a branch of Wagamama now also on the street at 81 to be precise, the chain makes a very welcomed addition to the street . The menu at Wagamama is to put it simply, delicious . If you are trying the Japanese cuisine for the first time or are a seasoned consumer. Wagamama never disappoints,. To go with the food Meantime Craft beers have exclusively launched their Kansho and Kikku pale ales . I like the fact that a restaurant can offer unique brands it makes eating there special. Opting for the Short Rib and the grilled Duck Donburi from the Omakase selection for our mains , these chefs special dishes fresh form the kitchen came as very generous portions and would satisfy most appetites. Partnering those dishes with the pork belly and panic apple and the mixed mushroom and panic aubergine hirata steamed buns and chilli Squid made the meal complete.
I must confess it would be difficult for me to not enjoy a glass of rose wine with my food as I found that to be a fantastic compliment to the Japanese cuisine , however with Fresh smoothies also being available the choice is yours , I would recommend the Positive and Super green versions. Also with new desserts also on the menu , a must try is the chocolate layer cake . very moorish! Open 7 days a week 11-11 Monday to Saturday and to 10pm on the Sunday. Booking is advisable via the web site for 6 or more and with a very spacious bar downstairs that also offers extra starting, Wagamamas on Dean Street Soho is well worth a visit.
Tel for reservations also by phone 020 3198 2984, 81 Dean Street Soho , London W1