Wagamama

www.visitwinchester.co.uk/wagamama

  • Wagamama Chilli Chicken Ramen
  • Wagamama Chilli Chicken Ramen

century house

Jewry Street, Winchester

SO23 8RY

With a menu full of flavours and Japanese favourites, Wagamama is sure to inspire any palate. With fresh ingredients cooked to order and served as soon as they are ready, these authentic Asian dishes are full of flavours and spices. Enjoy a variety of dishes, cooked to perfection to nourish your body and soul.

Monday 11:30am-10pm
Tuesday 11:30am-10pm
Wednesday 11:30am-10pm
Thursday 11:30am-10pm 
Friday 11:30am-11pm 
Saturday 11:30am-11pm 
Sunday 11:30am-10pm 

Free wifi
Baby facilities
Braille menus
Induction loops
Magnifying sheets

Total access by ramps

Disabled toilets

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