One of the challenges of having a detox January is still being able to enjoy a meal out.
Which is where Wagamama comes into the mix. After all, it’s all fresh meat and veg plus noodles.
Healthy, clean eating.
We had the to-be-expected wait for a seat on a busy Saturday, but were soon tucking into a hearty lunch in this vibrant spot.
My yaki udon (£9.95) was a big hearty affair, full of chicken, prawns, egg and a tasty fishy thing the menu called chickuwa.
On the veg front beansprouts, leeks, mushrooms and leeks bulked out the dish which was dressed in a fiery chilli oil then dressed with ginger and sesame seeds. It was simply delicious.
So, too, was the pad thai (£10.75) in front of Mrs B – minus prawns as she’s no lover of seafood.
Again, it was a riot of flavours, with peanut, coriander and lime shining through.
A great midwinter pick me up at a fine price.