How to Eat Vegan at Wagamama

How to eat vegan at wagamamaJust in case you’re not from the UK, Wagamama is a Japanese restaurant. It is my favourite Japanese restaurant, and in fact [to me] their food is a lot tastier than that of Wasabi and Yo! Sushi!

I must confess that eating at Wagamama has been slightly less pleasurable since going vegan because of all the thinking that has to go into choosing meals. I know that there are lot of Wagamama fans like myself out there, so I’ve decided to make a list of all their vegan options to take the guesswork (and frustration) out of ordering.


  • Edamame with salt
  • Edamame with chili garlic salt
  • Edamame plain
  • Wok-fried greens
  • Raw salad
  • Steamed gyoza, yasai
[/col1] [col2]Donburi & Ramen

  • Shiitake donburi (vegetarian, but can be customised to vegan)
  • Spicy broth, vegetable stock
  • Light broth, vegetable stock
  • Yasai ramen (vegetarian, but can be customised to vegan)
[/col2] [col3]Curry

  • Samla curry, yasai
  • Itame, yasai
[/col3] [col1]Teppanyaki

  • Pad thai, yasai (vegetarian but can be customised to vegan)
  • Yaki soba, yasai (vegetarian but can be customised to vegan)
[/col1] [col2]Fresh juices

  • Carrot
  • Super green
  • Blueberry spice
  • Positive
  • Repair
[/col2] [col3]Starches

  • Brown rice
  • White rice
  • Wheat noodles
  • Rice noodles
Photo from Wagamama. The recipe provided below is an adaptation of the original Wagamama recipe.



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