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The first Wagamama restaurant opened its doors in Bloomsbury in 1992, serving fresh and nutritious Asian inspired food to affordable prices in an informal environment. Since then, the successful restaurant chain has developed extensively and is today running 90 restaurants worldwide. In Copenhagen the Wagamama Tivoli opened in 2006 and was awarded the city’s best and cheapest restaurant in 2009.
On the menu, you’ll find a large selection of Asian, such as teriyaki, teppan and rice courses and Chilli men; noodles in a spicy sauce and Japanese Ramen dishes; different kinds of soups with noodles. The restaurant cares about the environment and uses disposable bamboo chopsticks and all food served is GMO free.
The interior is simple, with long wooden tables with benches instead of chairs and the staff is attentive and friendly. This might not be the right place for a romantic evening, but it is a great place to pop into for some good Asian food and it is suitable for families, before or after visiting the Tivoli. Wagamama Tivoli has two entrances, one to the Tivoli and one to Tietgensgade, which means that you can visit the restaurant even if Tivoli is closed.
Wagamama is also an active online community and it has an international website where you can download games, screensavers and Asian recipes and receive special offers and coupons.
The restaurant seats 246 guests and all major credit cards are accepted.