Brand-new Wagamama at Dubai Marina Mall

There's even a new breakfast menu at the branch

Brand-new Wagamama at Dubai Marina Mall
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Oodles of noodles and bowls full of broth, we can’t be the only ones who immediately get hungry at the mere mention of a bowl of hearty ramen from Wagamama?

And for those in Dubai Marina, you're even closer to that chicken katsu curry, as there's a brand-new branch in Dubai Marina Mall.

The seventh branch in Dubai is now open, and there's even a new and exclusive breakfast menu.

The first one of its type in the Middle East, the breakfast menu will run daily in the Dubai Marina Mall branch from 8am to noon – it will only run on weekends in the other Wagamama branches.

We are talking about a mix of eastern and western dishes, such as a classic eggs Benedict, avocado on toast and full English, alongside apple and goji berry pancakes and a signature okonomiyaki – a savoury version of a Japanese pancake, similar to an omelette.

Little ones are taken care of, too. Wagamama will be serving up a choice of "mini" breakfasts for the kids with mini pancakes, mini egg on toast and a mini English breakfast providing a nourishing kick-start to the day.

With indoor and outdoor seating, you can look forward to enjoying a classic katsu curry, a delicious donburi or even a morning boosting breakfast with a scenic view out onto the waterside.

The food, the views and winter just around the corner – this could be a recipe for a very good time.

Feel like more of a sweet Japanese treat instead? Check out Yakitate to cure your cravings.
Open daily. Lower ground floor, Dubai Marina Mall,

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