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Wagamama announces West Bridgford opening date

Pan-Asian food chain Wagamama has announced the opening date of its new West Bridgford restaurant. 

 

The new premises will open its doors to customers on 1 November.

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Permission was granted to Wagamama to use the premises as a restaurant in July 2013, but they didn’t operate it and it became Carluccio’s.

Carluccio’s then disappeared during last year’s lockdowns and the West Bridgford restaurant closed in May 2020.

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Wagamama outperformed the industry pre-Covid and has adopted ‘The Wagamama Way’ since reopening after lockdown measures were eased.

The business opened its first doors in London’s Bloomsbury inspired by fast-paced, Japanese ramen bars and a celebration of asian food, wagamama burst into life.

They say that they set out to create a unique way of eating, bringing the fresh, nourishing, flavours of asia to allthat was over 25 years ago now. two whole decades to sharpen skills and refine recipes. to play with spices and discover tastes. We continue to get better with every day.

 

Wagamama’s owners The Restaurant Group had to raise £175m from shareholders to protect against the pandemic and to make improvements to its delivery business after recording a £127million pre-tax deficit in 2020.

 

Wagamama plans to open new restaurant in West Bridgford
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Wagamama are also at The Cornerhouse on Burton Street in Nottingham.

 

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