Wagamama Brings 4th Restaurant to Boston

 

Wagamama, the Japanese-inspired casual dining restaurant, is set to open a fourth site in Boston, adding to its already popular Massachusetts offering. Opening on October 30 in the new Marketstreet Lynnfield center, the restaurant will give hungry shoppers and local residents the chance to stop off for a tasty bite to eat while shopping up a storm or searching for that perfect evening meal. The restaurant will create around 55 new jobs and is Wagamama’s fourth restaurant in Boston.

The new restaurant is anticipating thousands of visitors over the coming months and will be serving up Wagamama’s famed noodle dishes, as well as its signature bowls of hot ramens, flavorful rice dishes, and fresh fruit juices.

“We are truly excited to bring Wagamama to Lynnfield as it will be our first suburban location in the us, with numerous more to follow,” says Frank Peace, Wagamama’s COO. “The Marketstreet center is perfect for Wagamama’s signature casual dining experience and we hope it will be a great chance for people to stop off at Wagamama, whether it be day or evening, to sample some of our Japanese-inspired cuisine. Our fast, fresh and customizable dishes, such as my personal favorite, chili chicken ramen, are sure to delight!”

 Wagamama Marketstreet Lynnfield will offer space for a 138 diners and for groups of six or more, areas can be reserved.

The restaurant will also offer take-out, so after a hard day’s shopping, visitors can order their food to take home with them

With helpful, friendly service and value for money, food fans have fallen in love with Wagamama’s menu of Japanese-inspired dishes and its sleek, stylish restaurant interiors. Wagamama prides itself on the quality and speed of its service and dishes are prepared immediately, ensuring they arrive at the table freshly cooked. Although this means dishes may be delivered at different times, the Wagamama philosophy is: don’t wait – just tuck in and share!

 

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