Wagamama is a japanese-inspired restaurant and our mission statement remains unchanged: ‘to combine fresh and nutritious food in an elegant yet simple setting with helpful, friendly service that offers value for money.’
wagamama prides itself on using the freshest and best of ingredients. With a japanese-inspired menu wagamama offers a wide range of delicious noodles, rice and side dishes, desserts, freshly squeezed juices, hot drinks, wine, sake and asian beers.
wagamama have a number of different ways of serving noodle and rice dishes including ramens (big bowls of noodles in soup); teppan (noodles cooked on a hot, flat griddle); and kare (noodles in a coconut based soup).
It will leave you wanting more!
By Car: Exit the M8 motorway at Junction 3 and follow signs to Livingston town centre, or exit the A71 at Lizzie Brice roundabout and follow signs for Livingston town centre.
When you arrive at the town centre, there are thousands of parking spaces, all around the perimeter of the shops and stores, there is a small charge issued in these car parks.
By Bus: Livingston Bus Station is located beside The Centre. Contact Traveline Scotland for details of regular services from Glasgow and Edinburgh. Traveline also provides a telephone service, available by calling 0871 200 22 33.
By Train: First Scotrail run regular trains from Edinburgh and Glasgow to Livingston North station or from Glasgow to Livingston South station. A frequent bus service connects Livingston North