Mount Wellington Highway,
(09) 579 1949
Shop until you drop then rest and recharge at Wagamama, Sylvia park
Daily: 11.00 till late
Avg Food Spend
$$ per person
Set Lunch Menu, Take Away Service
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
I like the quick and easy nature of Wagamama and the communial dining. My friend and I only had an hour before a movie but we were in, fed and out in this time. We ordered Edamame and then a noodle dish each. My friend didn’t like his too much as it had a fair bit of onion that he didn’t eat but my Pad Thai was really yummy. A little bit stingy on the prawns and chicken but tasty. At $50 with a none alcoholic drink you expect a bit more meat. I think it can be hit and miss here but as there is not a lot to choose from in Sylvia Park – beggars can’t be choosers!
It must have been 4 or 5 years since last visiting a Wagamama restaurant and can't remember them being overly exceptional but my tune has changed after a visit to the Sylvia Park restaurant last night. Heaps of variety and pricing very reasonable - the curry I had was absolutely delicious and everyone else in the group I was dining with seemed to enjoy their meals. The freshly squeezed juices also make for quite a nice change. One thing I would add though - guys, don't undo all the good sentiment by continually asking if customers would like more - once or twice is fine but 5+ times - a no go in my opinion. That aside, Wagamama makes a good option for when you feel like reasonable, tasty Asian food and similarly, when there's a variety of tastes/opinions to content with!
Yum Yum Yum! I had heard so much about Wagamama that I had to go and try it for myself, so about a month ago my partner and I went for lunch. I can now see what all the rave is about. We both loved our meals. They were tasty and really generous in size. We will definitely be back again and would recommend for everyone to give it a try!
We dined here last week with our two boys aged 3 and 6. We all LOVED it. It was fantastic that they had placemats which had colouring in on the back and they gave our boys crayons to use. Our boys do not eat a lot but they both loved their dinners. Our 3 year old ordered a dish that was basically fish on noodles and ate so much. The older one ordered prawns and polished them all off. The mains were quite large, I ordered a salad and my husband ordered a noodle dish and we shared. There was more than enough food and both dishes were really tasty. We were so stoked that before 5pm kids dine free, and we were there at 4:30pm so it was a really cheap but really healthy and nice dinner for all of us.
We dined here for my birthday treat with the kids. It was a family restaurant so i had no worries bringing Master 1 along. The Manager was really nice. She offered a clip-on baby seat and had some activity sheets for the kids. The table side was sticky, a little gross. And the couple beside us was eating in the dark (i think their light was busted). ANyways, for the food. My order (Yakisoba) was served fast. Appealling and tasted good. I was half-way through my food and my family was watching me. Poor fellas! Finally, their food arrived and they were not really thrilled. My son had 3 pieces of thinly-sliced chicken on top of the rice served in the middle of a soup. My daughter had spicy pork balls which she couldn't eat (mind you, we asked the server if the food is spicy and she had no idea). Hubby's food was alright. The experience would have been perfect if only we ordered for the right food. I think that's why people are coming because they know what food to order.
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