Mother’s Day at Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square #Review  

Mother’s Day at Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square Review: March 2020 #Gifted

The month of March means one thing Mother’s Day…and hopefully some better weather too!

Now, we have a chance to spoil our marvellous Mothers at the wonderful Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square, a vibrant and relaxed city centre hub.

Divine décor with an industrial look provides a cool, contemporary and chic environment.  Peter and his welcoming team make you feel right at home.

Wagamama do an excellent job with dietary needs, such as vegan and gluten free, by providing their allergen matrix on an I-pad which makes life sooo much easier.

Sit back in a booth, relax, refresh and enjoy a freshly squeezed, pulped, poured Fresh orange juice or the vegan positive juice with pineapple, lime, spinach, cucumber and apple.

Mouth-watering mains included the shirodashi pork belly slow-cooked with pea shoots, menma, spring onion, wakame, half a tea-stained egg, rich chicken broth with dashi and miso.

All washed down with a lucky buddha china and a hitachino nest japan yuzu ginger non-ale 0.3%.

Also, the nice nikko tofu curry, a new fabulous fragrant and citrusy coconut lemongrass and turmeric soup with roasted butternut squash, tenderstem broccoli, mangetout, bok choi, beansprouts, chilli, coriander, Ginger,  fresh lime, chilli oil and a side of white rice with sesame seeds.

Delicious desserts included the sensational smoked chocolate caramel cake with smoked chocolate mousse, salted caramel, crushed biscuits, chocolate fudge brownie, chocolate ganache and vanilla ice cream.

Also, the scrummy chocolate and orange blossom vegan ice cream with passion fruit coulis and fresh mint.  All washed down with ginger and lemongrass zesty, warming and fragrant tea.

Make your Mother’s Day a Wagamama kinda day.

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx


106 thoughts on “Mother’s Day at Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square #Review  

  1. I like Wagamama, I always go there when I crave some Asian flavors. I haven’t tried the shirodashi pork belly yet but I would love to next time I’ll go to Wagamama, it sounds so delicious.

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  2. This is such a fine place to take your mum for a treat. I can only imagine how good that shirodashi pork belly dish would taste like.

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  3. Manchester is so nostalgic for me as I did Uni there. I could never afford wagamama then but now? I’m balling! Lol.

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  4. I love a good trip to Wagamamas, but I don’t get to go as often as I’d like as my fiance isn’t a huge fan. Although I’m a creature of habit and always go for a Pad Thai x

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  5. I have never actually been to Wagamama, we see it quite often and have heard good things but have just never actually gone. It is definitely on my list of places to visit this year as we are trying to try new things each month

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