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Wagamama are opening up in Dundee on August 19

Wagamama, the popular Asian-inspired restaurant chain, is eagerly anticipated to make its debut in the vibrant city of Dundee on August 19, the Courier reports.

The arrival of Wagamama in Dundee has been met with great enthusiasm by food enthusiasts and locals alike and is poised to breathe fresh life into the culinary scene of Dundee, offering its signature fusion of flavours and innovative dishes to diners in the area.

Located at the former Mozza unit on Whitehall Street, the new Wagamama restaurant is strategically positioned to attract a diverse range of customers, from students seeking a casual dining spot to families looking for a unique culinary experience.

The choice of this particular location underscores Wagamama's commitment to expanding its presence in key cities across the UK and providing a contemporary dining option that resonates with the local community.

Wagamama stated that they had always wanted to open up in Dundee and expressed their delight at finally opening in the city.

The Dundee Wagamama is expected to provide a welcoming and stylish ambiance for patrons to enjoy their meals. From its iconic long communal tables to its open kitchen concept, the restaurant aims to create a convivial atmosphere where guests can savor not just delicious food but also a sense of community and togetherness.

As the opening date draws near, anticipation continues to build, with many eagerly counting down the days until they can experience the unique culinary offerings and vibrant atmosphere that Wagamama is known for.

Dundee's dining scene is about to receive a delightful addition in the form of Wagamama, promising a dining experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who visit.

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