Since I practically live here I should write a post. lol. For the month of November and December, Wagamama took much of my hard-earned money.
Located in the Prudential mall next to Saks Fifth Avenue, Wagamama http://www.wagamama.us/ is a good spot if you want to grab a bite to eat alone, if you want to study for school or work, if you want to have a bottle of wine with a friend, if you want something that isn’t too expensive but has a resuarant feel, or if you had a long day shopping and just want something filling.
Wagamama has an open floor plan with minimal decoration that gives a comfortable energy. The kitchen is open so anywhere you sit, you can see the food being cooked. The food is a Japanese fusion which gives a great variety, if you like plain and simple its on the menu, you like hot and spicy it’s also there and if you are vegetarian, no worries there are plenty of options.
My favorites include:
Edamame with chilli and garlic salt
Ebi Katsu (panko-crusted shrimp)
Sweet Potato Fries
Suribachi Chicken Wings
Try any of those above and I’m sure you will be hooked just like me. There are also Wagamama locations in Fanuiel Hall, Cambridge and Washington DC. All other locations are international.
Wagamama: positive eating + positive living – their registered trademark but oh so true