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Wagamama Needs Taste Testers To Eat Their Food For Free

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The popularity of the Asian eatery has exploded over the last few years and now they’re serving up what could be the greatest job ever.

There’s few things in the world that can trump a decent meal out. However when you don’t have to pay for said meal, well you’re just having the bloody time of your life aren’t you?

Popular product testing website Testers Keepers are giving two lucky diners the chance to indulge with no impact on their own pocket by giving them a £100 voucher each for the restaurant.

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That means you can delve into the delicious sounding new menu which features, but to name a few; tama squid, crispy fried squid balls drizzled with okonomiyaki sauce and mayonnaise, finished with aonori and bonito flakes.

Vegatsu, a vegan katsu curry, a seitan coated in crispy panko breadcrumbs, covered in an aromatic curry sauce and served with sticky white rice and a seasoned side salad.

The chicken harusame glass noodle salad which can also be ordered with tofu instead of chicken.

Not only that, there’s a host of traditional Japanese dessert dishes which includes banana katsu, coconut and fig cheesecake and spiced mango and coconut parfait.

With £100 you could get yourself a pretty decent spread too, none of this shirking on starters and desserts – treat yourself, maybe even take out that girl you’ve been meaning to speak to for the whole of your first semester. Or you know, go on your own and eat yourself into a coma, either would make for a successful evening.

All you have to do to get involved is head over to the Testers Keepers website before September 30 and sign up to be in with a chance of taking the vouchers, it’s a no-brainer really.

Best thing about it all? Turns out Wagamama are actually doing pretty great things for the environment too, meaning it can be a guilt-free meal out.

Wagamama is a member of the sustainable restaurant association, an important organisation focusing on three key areas of sourcing, society and the environment.

Wagamama now uses 99 per cent free range eggs, their cooking oil turns into bio-diesel fuel, all restaurants are powered by renewable electricity and by the earth day this year, all straw drinks are being served with biodegradable paper straws.

And if you’re somehow not convinced by all of this, take one read of the Wagamama ‘story’ and it just sounds so eloquently delightful you’ll be helpless to their charm.

“kaizen’, meaning ‘good change’ is the philosophy that sits right at our heart. it shapes every dish we create, and pushes us to find better ways in all that we do. we’re restless spirits. forever creating and making things better”

“we’ve been practising kaizen since 1992, when we opened our first doors in london’s bloomsbury. inspired by fast-paced, japanese ramen bars and a celebration of asian food, wagamama burst into life. we set out to create a unique way of eating. bringing the fresh, nourishing, flavours of asia to all”


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