Have a nice meal before you go out on the Rembrandtplein? Do you fancy something Japanese but something different than the well-known sushi? At Wagamama they serve delicious noodles, rice dishes, curries, ramen and fresh juices. A little ginger to warm you up, chillies for a kick and noodles for your body and soul. The ingredients are freshly prepared and served.
How to visit Wagamama with your City Card
It is not necessary to reserve a time slot to visit this location with your City Card. Per City Card you receive a 25% discount on the main course for one person. Make sure your City Card is valid at the time of your visit.
Wagamama means "naughty or stubborn child" in Japanese
The Wagamama story began in 1992 when the first restaurant opened in London's Bloombury. Inspired by traditional Japanese ramen bars (stalls where delicious noodle soups are prepared) and Asian flavours, Wagamama creates a new form of eating out.
The restaurant offers fresh and Japanese-inspired dishes in a friendly and vibrant environment. You don't have to make a reservation, just walk in and Wagamama will take care of a place at one of the long tables.