It’s been confirmed that it will be an autumn opening for the highly anticipated wagamama restaurant in Peterborough.
Opening its doors on Long Causeway in the city centre, wagamama will bring us the fresh Japanese-inspired cuisine it’s famous for, and we can’t wait to see it join our dining out quarter around Cathedral Square.
Simon Cope, Global Brand Director commented: “We are delighted to be opening the doors to our very first restaurant in Peterborough, this autumn, where wagamama will continue to reinforce positive eating by using fresh ingredients, served in atmospheric surroundings.
“We look forward to hearing what our new and valued customers in Peterborough make of our arrival and hope that they enjoy all we have to offer.”
The restaurant will be taking over the former Blacks outdoor unit and will join a diverse line up of well known chains including Nandos, Bill’s, Carluccio’s and independent eateries such as the newly opened Prevost, Clarkes and The Banyan Tree in the city centre.
We’re promised a variety of new and classic dishes from the iconic menu including wagamama’s famed ramen; bowls of fragrant soup filled with noodles, plus a range of curries, noodle dishes, sides, all made fresh to order. An extensive choice of fresh juices will also be available; all squeezed, pulped and poured using 100% raw ingredients.