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Faneuil Hall Marketplace 1 Faneuil Hall Market Pl Boston, MA 02109
1 Faneuil Hall Market PlUSMassachusettsBoston02109
$$Japanese Restaurant, Asian RestaurantToday 11:30AM–10PM
Saturday 11:30AM–10PMSunday 11:30AM–9PMMonday 11:30AM–9PMTuesday 11:30AM–9PMWednesday 11:30AM–9PMThursday 11:30AM–9PMFriday 11:30AM–10PM
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Japanese chain restaurant where steaming rice and noodles are whisked to long communal tables.- Google
"Teriyaki steak noodles dish was delish!"
"My all time favorite place to eat Curry Chicken Katsu!"
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Toni Nurse
a month ago
I was so sad leaving the UK where I first ate at this restaurant bc I didn't think they were staeside...but they are and my life is complete :) I can only speak to the noodle bowls bc I am so in love with them. Everyone should try this restaurant! Great food and amazing service.
Paul Marston
7 months ago
We just had a great meal there. Rosalie, our server, was excellent. Not that you ever have one server at Waga-mama, because everybody works as a team there. Overall the food was excellent. The chili calamari appetizer is incredible, but I warn you, do not miss out on the Mochi balls.
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Tyler Harding
a year ago
I really wanted a reason not to like this modern, too-cool-for-school chain restaurant, but everything totally hit the spot and everyone that worked there was incredibly professional. Think of it as a trendier and more casual version PF Changs. There are booths and communal tables throughout, with ultra modern decor, and plenty of faux Japanese Asian dishes. Everything is beautifully presented and with pleasant service.... Damn you for ruining my preconceived opinions Wagamama!
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Helen Ye
a year ago
Good noodle, rice and ramen dishes but not authentic like the other restaurants in Chinatown. Have several vegetarian options. Open kitchen design and overall very clean restaurant.
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Frederick Wright
2 months ago
Health-wise, this international chain is one of the better options in the tourist hole of Quincy Market. Fresh, light, flavorful Asian dishes. Mostly noodle, soup, and salad based. You'll find nearly identical outlets in London, NYC, Bahrain, and Denmark.
Paulo André Marinho
a year ago
Well... someone here that the duck gyoza is awesome. It is not, it is just correct. Ramen had a lovely juice chicken but the soup was diluted a lot, unfortunately. Sake had a reasonable price
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Jun Inada
a year ago
Their chicken ramen, especially soup, was far better than I had expected, though still far from real excellent ramen. Great atmosphere that you can watch a street performance at their table outside.
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Bem Atsma
a year ago
Gyoza weren't very good. Miso Beef Ramen was pretty good. Service was mediocre. Somehow I just felt that if I was really wanting Japanese food, I should have went to a proper Japanese restaurant.


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