Wagamamas Date night & Edge Day // Lifestyle & Food!

This friday marked edge day, so for all my edge followers I hope you had a great day! I'm very much involved with the 'Edge' community as such so we decided to jump out for a last minute edge day date! If you don't know what edge is click here to find out more. We decided to visit one of my favourite restaurants Wagamama! 

I have visited Wagamama many a times over the past few years, I even had my 12th birthday there many years back, but for my partner  it was his first trip! We visited the branch on West George street, just five minutes up the road from Glasgow Central. Apon arrival the staff were extremely friendly as per usual and we were seated immediately on one of their signature benches! The atmosphere in Wagas was great and we felt so relaxed and by the time we ordered drinks our food had basically arrived! It was super quick and polite service, what else can you ask for? 

Firstly we both ordered drinks, I grabbed a iced coffee which may I add was absolutely on point, and David ordered a coke - which came in one of those super cute glass bottles! Is it only us that think everything tastes better from a glass bottle?

Then we both ordered a chicken katsu curry which is always a winner - gorgeous breaded chicken covered with sticky rice, curry sauce and one of the best side salads I've ever tasted. Both arrived within ten minutes of ordering and were scoffed even quicker, leaving our stomachs full and very content. 

But you know what guys are like so we decided to have a 'look' at the desert menu, which resulted David ordering  a three desert taster with ice-cream and myself ordering a natural cherry Ice lolly. 

His three desert taster consisted of a Passionfruit cheesecake, a white chocolate and ginger cheese cake (my favourite!) and a scrumptious chocolate fudge cake served with the creamiest ice cream I've ever set my taste buds on! My ice-lolly didn't disappoint either, it was super flavoursome with chunks of real cherry in there! I need to get my hands on these!

We then sat for a while after having a gab with our free green tea which I persuaded David to try, and thankfully he loved. We had a great time sipping from cute mugs and chatting rubbish with the lovely staff! 

I'd definitely recommend Wagamama for a lovely filling dinner, It's so reasonably priced as it totalled to £31 for both of us which is ridiculously cheap for dinner and desert for two! I will say, the staff go above and beyond whats required of them, doing anything they can to ensure you're content which makes it such a pleasure to be there and creates a really relaxed atmosphere. 

Shout out to our server Paulina, She's a gem. You can find the Waga's website here.
Have you been to Wagamamas before? What's your favourite dish? 
I'd love to know in the Comments!


  1. What a lovely review! Very elegantly written. Proud of you! +1 for yourself, sweetie. Xxx

  2. I've never been to wagamama's! It looks bloody delicious, great review! :) x

  3. Thanks Ashley! It's bloody great and the price is brillant too! Totally loved it! X

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