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Donburi with a side of Kaizen – Wagamama Ezdan Mall

I’ve always liked Wagamama dishes (except for the ramen) especially their curry. So, imagine my happiness when I was invited there way back for the launch of their revamped menu, following the guidelines of Kaizen. But what is it? To make it short, Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement. 

By incorporating it in their restaurants, they have minimized the menu to the bare essential info , making it less confusing what to order. And the new food offerings, I must say, are delicious.

Here are some of the highlights of that night:

Their starters: edamame, gyoza, mushroom onigiri and chili squid.

The mains:

Teriyaki donburi (my favorite!). Look at all that food 🙂

The steamed hirata bun. This one is amazing, I can eat ten of it in one go. 

The desserts:

Banana katsu: my ultimate favorite dessert from Wagamama.

The chocolate wasabi cake. It was good but I can barely taste the wasabi in it. 

So, if you don’t have any ideas on where to eat this weekend, why not head over to Wagamama and enjoy their food. I highly recommend the hirata steamed bun and banana katsu❤.


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