Wagamama noodle bars – serving up tasty noodles in Boston

I was doing some shopping at the Prudential Center and somewhere along the way I worked up an appetite.  Since I was in Boston, I was interested in eating seafood until I had a tip about this place on Facebook (Thanks Aero Rin!). I had no intention of coming to Wagamama but came acrossed the place inside the Prudential Center and decided to give it a try.  Prior to this, I checked out the menu outside and could tell that this was one of those Asian fusion restaurants.  Personally, I really do not mind this at all as long as its done right.  It just happens this place does just that for me anyways.

As I was entering Wagamama, I couldn’t help but to appreciate the look and feel of the Restaurant along with nice open kitchen view available inside the place.  The staff here are friendly, attentive and very patient.

I ordered a glass of melon fruit juice which was absolutely fresh and delicious!

I decided to try out the duck dumplings for appetizer and it didn’t disappoint me at all.

The Katsu chicken rice curry dish was actually pretty good although I wouldn’t have mind the curry being more spicy.

My wife ordered the  miso beef ramen.  The soup was tasty, and the fillers of beef and vegetables complimented the Ramen noodles.  It may not be the traditional style of ramen noodle but I give Wagamama credit for coming up with their own spin of miso beef ramen.  This bowl of ramen could have easily gone wrong but they did it right.

Pros:

– Very clean restaurant along with nice ambiance

– Nice selection of food & beverages

– Ramen noodle selection is not only good but innovative

– Decent food portion sizes

– Cool open kitchen

– Great friendly staff

Cons:

– Menu prices are slightly high

Conclusion:

All in all, this place is a good spot to eat in.  I recommend coming here and do yourself the favor of not taking the food to go.  Especially if its ramen noodle.  The place has nice decor, polite staff and decent Asian fusion food to match.

Located at:

prudential center

800 boylston street
store 117
Boston MA 02199
phone : 617 778 2344

restaurant opening hours: mon – wed: 11.00am – 10pm thurs – sat: 11.00am – 11pm sun: 11:00am – 10 pm

transport information : green line — for ‘e’ trains only, please use prudential station on huntington avenue. for all other green line trains, please use copley station on boylston street at dartmouth street (next to the boston public library) or hynes convention center station on massachusetts avenue at newbury street. orange line — back bay station commuter line — back bay station

http://www.wagamama.us

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    Carolyn Jung — November 1, 2011 @ 3:19 am

    I’ve always wanted to try the noodles here. But alas, there aren’t any Wagamamas in the Bay Area. Guess I’ll have to save up those frequent flier miles to take a trip to Boston for my hankering.
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    Nami | Just One Cookbook — November 3, 2011 @ 3:52 am

    I heard from one of readers that there are “Wagamama” restaurant in London. Are these a chain restaurant, or different? It looks more fusion than authentic but it’s nice this restaurant has more pros!
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