Wagamama St Peter's Sq
Wagamama in St Peter's Sq., hosts probably the largest Rainbow image in the entire city and is a re-inforcement of the venue’s commitment as an ally to the Manchester LGBTQ community.
The restaurant also boasts the only dedicated long table to our vital charity George House Trust.
We asked for this and we were quickly escorted to our window seats, With the required Trace and Test formalities completed, we ordered 2 glasses of wine as we perused the extensive menu.
We opted to share a starter and chose the Duck Gyoza with duck fried gyoza dumplings served with dipping sauce.Just enough for two to share without over facing ourselves ahead of the substantive mains to follow.
We both decided on the hot chicken katsu curry for our main dish.
Spicy! chicken in crispy panko breadcrumbs and covered in their spicy curry sauce, sticky white rice, side salad and Japanese pickles.
Both dishes were nicely presented and truly delicious we both agreed.The spice had a kick, but didn't leave us panting for breath, although for those of you who enjoy something stronger, other options are available.
With lunchtime limitations of both time and appetite, we declined the offer of desserts.
Another time maybe.
It must be said that the restaurant was quieter than expected at lunchtime, but with office workers and others still to return to work in the city, a good number of tables were occupied and in some cases turned over more than once.
Each of the three servers who visited table were both friendly and efficient, as well as clearly knowledgeable about the venue and the menu.
We also, really enjoyed the GHT dedicated table in the knowledge that a donation is made from the bill to this worthy and vital service.
More about them via https://ght.org.uk/
For holders of the CANAL ST CARD soft drinks on arrival are complimentary. More about the card via https://www.canal-st.co.uk/vip-card
Check out the many varied food choices via https://www.wagamama.com/our-menu/everything#menu
Published: 19-Sep-2020 (5995)