Wagamama restaurant

St Stephen's Green Centre, South King St, City Centre South

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545 reviews
Wagamama has become a popular choice in Dublin if you're seeking out the best in Japanese cuisine. This is informal and casual dining at its best. The wide ranging menu caters for all tastes and it offers affordable prices and sides too if you're only peckish. The staff are experts on the food and are happy to advise you on your choices, particularly if there are any special dietary requirements. Once you come to this restaurant you'll be certain to keep coming back.

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Mon12:00pm - 10:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 10:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 10:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 11:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sun12:00pm - 10:00pm

136 people

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Casual Dining, Cheap Eats, Healthy Eating, Japanese


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31 reviews


Credibility Score:45%

Reviewed 13th November 2014 (visited 12 November 2014 )

Probably the most disappointing restaurant visit I've had for months. I went with a friend for a quick bite mid week. The ramen arrived barely warm, the seafood was chewy and unfresh tasting. Harsh lights and noise from the kitchen didn't help. Seemingly a 'fast food' venue, prices didn't reflect. E23 for ramen and a glass of wine. Better value to be had in nice restaurants around.

31 reviews


Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th August 2014 (visited 21 August 2014 )

Went here with my 12 year old daughter and had a great meal. We opted to share a meal deal with gyoza, yaki soba and the sorbet and I also ordered the firecracker squid. All delicious - quantity great - so much so we had to take some of the noodles home for lunch the next day. Service was efficent, attentive without being overpowering. Will definitely return again.

10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:70%

Reviewed 19th June 2014 (visited 29 March 2014 )

This is probably the best fast food restaurant in Dublin. I've been here on many occasions before. Every time the food has been superb and the service great. It's good value for money and I'll be back again in the very near future.

13 reviews


Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 12th June 2014 (visited 24 April 2014 )

I LOVE wagamamas!! I have all of the cookbooks and even have a t-shirt. Extremely fast service and good quality food!! Thoroughly enjoy it!!!

Yummy Mummy 2014
14 reviews


Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 26th May 2014 (visited 21 April 2014 )

Now this is a fast food restaurant that's actually great value for what you pay. Its all fresh food and fresh produce cooked very well in an open style kitchen. The staff are amazingly attentive and they not only read back to you what you have ordered but they offer some insight into what they would recommend on asking. Very efficiently run too. It's in and out perfect for that quick lunch break. I don't like the layout of the church pew style seating and the sound levels can become almost anticonversation but that would never put me off from going there on a regular basis.

3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 28th January 2014 (visited 14 December 2013 )

Went to Wagamama on South King St, Dublin 2. The service was okay, the waiter was attentive at first. I needed water but it took a while for it to arrive. Had veg gyoza as a starter, thought it was nice enough but it didn't meet my expectations. Had the chicken pad thai, was well worth the money. I really enjoyed it and found it to be so flavoursome and fullsome. Would go back again purely on the basis of their gorgeous chicken pad thai!!

11 reviews


Credibility Score:70%

Reviewed 20th December 2013 (visited 18 December 2013 )

The service is great, we had a lovely and attentive waitress. The starters were amazing, we had the chilli squid (yum!) and the vegetable gyozas (really nice), but I was underwhelmed by the main, it was a noodle dish (I felt it lacked seasoning and tasted like nothing). For dessert, we had the sweet gyozas (they sounded nice) but for a dessert, they weren't sweet enough.

6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 01st October 2013 (visited 21 September 2013 )

I go in here quite a bit for a no brainer lunch on the weekend if I am in Dublin. The last time being only a week or so ago. Quick & tasty and very reasonably priced. I tend to read the whole menu then go for the same things. Chicken Ramen & Yaki Soba Noodles. If you haven't been in here before, try it. You will enjoy it if you enjoy quick, tasty aromatic food which is very reasonably priced.

17 reviews


Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th September 2013 (visited 27 September 2013 )

Good location across the way from the Gaiety Theatre in South King Street, a short distance from the entrance to the Stephens Green Centre. Located in the basement with no lift access. Went for the lunch time special for €10 which is valid Mon-Fri from 1200-1500. Fast service. A good menu choice on the lunch time special and it comes with a free drink eg: Rose wine. Went for the Yaki soba myself which on its own costs €12.95 on the regular menu. Seats are benches and you put your jacket and bag under the table in a holding area. A very pleasant experience and very fast service. Green tea and water is complementary. Would certainly recommend going there at lunch time.

52 reviews


Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 12th September 2013 (visited 9 September 2013 )

Great food, great service, excellent value for money. Only downside is that the restaurant is at basement level so if you have a small child (ie. a buggy) it's awkward to get it down the stairs. Although they do a great range of food for children.

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