Cuisine & Dining: Wagamama


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Wagamama
I had the pleasure of enjoying its delicious cuisine this past week while I was doing my daily errands at the Prudential Center in Boston, MA. After a tiring a day of blogging and scheduling interviews for my “Talk Tuesdays” sections, I treated myself to a night of Japanese cuisine and dining at Wagamama.

Located in the heart of the Prudential Center mall, Wagamama offers a unique experience towards dining. Fusing contemporary art decor (glass windows, unique shaped chandeliers, and contemporary furniture) with traditional Japanese wooden tables and wooden flatware, Wagamama gives a modern appeal towards Japanese dining. One has not experienced modern day Japanese dining without first coming to Wagamama.

And so I had the pleasure of having their signature Chicken Ramen Noodle Soup–mixed with greens and tofu. This dish was complimented well with a side of rice and hot green tea. My favorite part of the whole dining experience was using their wooden spoons–I really felt that I was inside a little village hut; eating soup with a spoon that was pulled from the bark of a tree. The soup would have been nothing if I hadn’t add pickle ginger to my soup. Pickle ginger is the key ingredient towards enjoying a hot bowl of chicken ramen noodle soup!

*IF YOU DO HAVE A FISH ALLERGY (LIKE ME) THEN PLEASE TELL YOUR WAITER TO EXCLUDE ANCHOVIES AND SCALLIONS FROM YOUR SOUP.

Thank you Wagamama for your kind hospitality and wonderful cuisine.

You can follow Wagamama at: www.wagamama.us
You also follow them on Facebook and Yelp!

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