The service at the St. Andrew Sq. wagamama is slick and friendly. We loved the buzzy but cozy atmosphere. There’s a good range of tables to choose from including the long sharing tables wagamama is known for along with tables for two or four and booths for up to 6. You can even sit at the open kitchen and watch your meal being made by the skillful chefs. The restaurant is well designed making the large space feel intimate and open at the same time. The floor to ceiling windows overlooking the square, brick walls, exposed pipework, and clever lighting make it feel warm and modern at the same time.
One of the best things about eating at wagamama is how light and fresh the food is meaning there is always room for dessert. We went for the fig and coconut cheesecake, which tasted like a tropical holiday, and the panko bananas with salted caramel ice cream. Rounded off with a plum wine it was the perfect end to a perfect meal.