Japanese flavour to this popular restaurant on the triangle, with vegan choices on the menu. Originally from London, now in Bristol for a good few years. Noodles are tasty and fresh, and vegan is understood. Like many places, the demand for vegan food has created better choice and more care in preparation.

Tell your waiter/waitress- they have a special list of vegan-friendly dishes. My recommendations would be: bean and glass noodle salad, saien soba, yasai itame. Unfortunately the only vegan dessert is the fruit ice lolly. They do have nice fresh juices though.
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  1. I really like Wagamama and they do have a few options on their menu that are vegan friendly (though they’re not advertised as such, you have to work it out for yourself by reading the ingredients).

    I always go for the Yasai Itame because it’s jam packed full of flavour, veggies and tofu.

    Only thing to be mindful of is that they don’t always advertise which dishes contain fish sauce so always ask before you order. In my personal experience the staff haven’t always been very helpful (having no idea what’s in the food), but Wagamama does have a folder with a list of allergens so as long as you can consult that you’ll be fine.


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