Wagamama

www.wagamama.com

wagamama vegan menu

Spreading positivity from bowl to soul has been our purpose from the beginning. We know the power food has to lift our mood and fuel our passions. In our eyes, food sits at the centre of life. That’s why we take your lifestyle choices seriously and aim to cater to each and every one of you.

So we’ve introduced a new vegan menu that serves up the same authentic Wagamama experience, that’s been enjoyed by all of you for the past 25 years. In true wagamama fashion, our vegan dishes will be cooked to order, using only the freshest ingredients. This time, we’re giving the humble veggie it’s well deserved dues. we think our new menu might even inspire a few non-vegans to menu hop from time to time!

While some of our main menu dishes were already vegan, we’ve expanded our vegan and vegetarian horizons + re-worked a few Wagamama classics too. Some were simple, like removing egg or swapping to noodles. As we explored possibilities we became inspired. Creating dishes specifically with the vegan palette in mind

63 Queens road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1QL

Glass House, Cabot Circus, Bristol BS1 3BX

The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol BS34 5DG

1 York buildings, George street, Bath BA1 2EB

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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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