Wagamama, 4 Locations
$25 for $50 or $50 for $100 to Spend on Food & Drinks at Wagamama, 4 Locations Available in Auckland & Wellington
- Fine Print
- Our good mates – and popular restaurant chain – are back with another fantastic treat!
- Available at Sylvia Park, Newmarket and New Lynn in Auckland, as well as the Wellington waterfront!
- Pay just $25 for $50 to spend on food and drinks
- Or $50 for $100 to spend on food and drinks
- Fresh, delicious flavours and the speediest service in the biz make for a superb dining experience
- Their mouthwatering menu offers something to suit everyone with a great range of teppanyaki, ramen, donburi, curry meals, tasty side dishes and desserts
- Great gluten free options and allergy friendly meals available. And they've got the kids covered too, with a Mini Menu to suit the little noodlers this is a treat everyone can enjoy!
- Please note: this is for a dine-in meal
- Vouchers not valid 21 Sept – 8 Oct at Wellington location only
The Fine Print
Valid at selected location only
Offer expires 8 October, 2016
Vouchers not valid 21 Sept – 8 Oct at Wellington location
Multiple vouchers can be purchased (limit: 10 for you & 10 as gifts)
Bookings not essential
1 voucher per 2 people
Dine-in only, at location chosen during purchase
R18 for alcohol
A maximum of 25% of the value of this voucher may be spent on alcohol and food must be consumed
No refunds or cash back (except where required by law)
Must be used in 1 visit
Not for use with other offers
If you really need convincing...
Whack-a-doodle for noodles? Ravin' about ramen? Are you an edamame eda-maniac? We get it. The fantastic food, delicious drinks and super service at Wagamama are enough to drive anyone to distraction. In fact, just thinking about them is making my tummy rumble...
If you're a Wagamama fan from way back, then rejoice! Your fix is at hand! They're offering to treat you to $50 or $100 to spend on food and drinks. And if you've never tried it, then buckle up, because this treat is guaranteed to get you hooked.
The folks at every Wagamama strive to give you speedy service and a superb dining experience. Your order is taken on a handheld device and electronically sent through to the kitchen to get it started immediately. Your food is made fresh to order and side dishes aren't entrees - everything, including your main meals, comes out as soon as it's ready, fresh from the kitchen and ready to share (or guard jealously, depending on how generous you're feeling). You'll be in food heaven before your stomach can inappropriately growl at your date.
There's a wonderful range of side dishes, mains, drinks and desserts, serving everything from their famously hearty ramen and noodle dishes to crisp salads, delicious dumplings, fragrant curries and delectable desserts. Here are a few of our favourites:
Teppan-fried ribs in a Korean barbecue sauce with mixed sesame seeds
Tender marinated chicken breast or prawns stir-fried in a coconut and lime curry sauce with snow peas, capsicum, red and spring onions, ginger and garlic served with rice and garnished with mixed sesame seeds, chillies, coriander and lime
Pork Belly Ramen
Udon noodles in a miso, ginger and chicken soup (you can swap for vegetable soup), topped with grilled pork belly, seasonal greens, bean sprouts, carrot and chillies, garnished with mint, basil and coriander
Wagamama have a high level of commitment to making sure every person knows their options and enjoys a great experience. Their website menu has a list of various meals that fit different dietary requirements, such as sugar, nut, shellfish or MSG intolerance, plus many more - just ask your server and they'll be able to help you out.
All the restaurants have wheelchair access and ample seating. This treat is for a dine-in experience, so you get to sit back and enjoy that Wagamama atmosphere and service.
Bookings aren't essential, so just head along to your closest Wagamama when you feel the need (so, like, always). For 6 or more people, bookings can be made subject to availability on the day.
Your taste-buds won't know what hit them. But they'll certainly remember the name Wagamama.