Wagamama is trialling a delicious new vegan dessert

Read Time:   |  24th November 2017

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UK Japanese restaurant chain Wagamama is trailing a new vegan dessert in their Noodle Lab on Dean Street in London’s Soho, where the chain tests dishes in before rolling them out nationwide.

Wagamama are trialling a delicious new vegan dessert

Wagamama recently unveiled their noodle lab; a new creative test kitchen spearheaded by executive chef, Steve Mangleshot, where customers can, for the first time, enjoy a sneak peek of new dishes and give feedback before they hit the national menu, recipes, each of which will receive immediate customer feedback.

These currently include the company’s highly-anticipated Seitan Katsu Curry , as well as steamed vegan Hirata Buns. Depending on the success and feedback of each recipe, the most loved dishes could be rolled out nationwide on the wagamama menu.

Mango and Matcha Millefeuille

Following on from the successful launch of the wagamama vegan menu have now debuted a brand new vegan dessert at the noodle lab – a Mango and Matcha Millefeuille, which makes a welcome change from the usual offerings of sorbet.

The dessert is described as ‘layers of matcha cream, vanilla sponge and yuzu cream with a mango and passion fruit purée’. Delicious!

The new dessert is available now at Wagamama’s Noodle Lab Dean Street branch in London for £3.50.

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