This wagamama is a very convenient location next to MoMath and Madison Park. The kids had so much fun nearby and rest in the restaurant and had food. I like how the kid’s menu offered a variety of choices. The kids meals were reasonably priced with good portion sizes and a lot of vegetables. The duck in the duck Raman was soft and easily got off the bone, but I prefer the soup base of the chicken ramen over the duck ramen soup base. Overall, this place is a decent choice for my party with kids.
It’s a good Asian fusion restaurant. We dropped by this place with a toddler on a busy Saturday evening for dinner without reservation. We had to wait for about 20 mins. Their staff was very accommodating and made us comfortable during the wait. They customized our orders to be vegetarian friendly. We had roasted cauliflower, edamame, ramen and vegetarian pad Thai. Vegetarian pad Thai was our favorite. Their cocktails were amazing, we tried yuzu and blossom.
Wonderful Food had a blast here and customer service was excellent! My drink Yuzu was pretty delicious 😋 the only problem was that on the menu it the picture shows a Tall Cup and when they served it was in a margarita glass but overall everything else was superb.
Ambiance (3/5): There are multiple levels and depth to the restaurant! The front area and a main dining area in the back. There’s a lot of space between the tables to provide privacy. The restaurant is dimly lit and is pretty loud. The vibe is pretty trendy and seems good for group outings. Service (3/5): Average service. We waited in the front to be seated until the bartender came around to seat us right at the windy front tables. I asked for us to be seated toward the back. Meanwhile, there was mostly empty seating nested in the middle! Food: I’ve never had more mediocre Asian fusion before. Definitely skip this chain as the price point for the taste is not worth it!! tokyo fries (5/5): I’ve never had a rendition of fries cut so thinly! They are fried to a nice crunch and layer with a nice sauce made out of Japanese mayo. Loved the tender kbbq beef sprinkled on top. Beef brisket (2/5): Sadly, the beef cuts were super tough to chew. The other ingredients did not stand out to the rice dish. Felt cheap for what you pay for. Spicy Pork Szechuan (2/5): I don’t know if I would call this ramen. The minced pork was seasoned well but there was zero depth to the broth. The egg was more cooked than I liked. The red onions were burnt to a crisp.
Pork belly boa and ramen were excellent. Yuzu drink was a bit sweet for me, but tasty. Someone beside me had the Katsu curry, smelled amazing, I will be returning to try that at another time!
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