Monday, January 21, 2008

Wagamama

My life has taken an unexpected turn, and everything seems so happening lately. I have not had much time for myself, hence explaining such sporadic updates on this beloved blog. Believe me, if I could, I would write as much and as often as I like, but such beautiful life must not be set aside, and I am savouring every single bit of it. More proper entries coming up soon, when everything starts to slow down.

A good friend returned from his trip to China and Malaysia.

And we celebrated the return with a feast at Wagamama, Subiaco.

The JUICE

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The PLACE

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The SOUP

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The ENTREE

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The MAIN DISH

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and...

The SAKE

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Oh goodness gracious what a satisfying meal that was. Truly appropriate for the celebration mood.

Nevertheless, I do feel that the pricing for the servings (quantity and quality wise) was a touch too high.

Yeah baby, the Japanese Food Craze continues.

8 comments:

  1. whoa im a member of wagamama lol! and i still get email updates from em till this day which is cool cos they come occasionally only and jolt me back to the memories of good ol subiaco! i only ate there once and i thought the food was ok only. cant remember how much it was though!

    -Marcus

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  2. hey marcus !
    whoah, they have membership?? Hmmm... is it free to join?
    Yeah, the food is alright, but definitely not worth the price. If it was slightly lower i reckon it would be a frequent place for me to dine.

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  3. wagamama?? wat a weird name...
    why not yomama? :P

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  4. cos despite being japanese cuisine, its still in australia and in order to appeal to the local market, an aboriginal sounding name would be a good business solution. yomama? that's if they decide to expand into the hood. good penetration into queens or hell's kitchen

    -Marcus

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  5. hey plain ian,
    ahahahaa, at first i thought it was an italian restaurant LOL but mana tahu turned out to be japanese.

    Hey marcus,
    yeah, its all about marketing appeal. The place mostly had just noodles though.. hmmm

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  6. Wagamama, yomama, holamama, yogamama, oopsmama, yadamama...

    Mouth watering Japanese cuisine. Gotta put my hands on some Japanese food any time soon.

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  7. we have it here also..
    its called mamak

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  8. hey daniel,
    yeahhh !! Join the jap food craze !!

    hey jeng..
    ermm... ermm... Mamak indeed.

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