A focussed, interesting menu (ramen burgers, maki rolls) and a good sake list are refreshing. The ingredients are clearly of a very high quality and I have not had better katsu curry in London, which at under a tenner is a steal. To top it all the staff are ultra professional.
Support your local, because in this case it is also very good!
Especially like the Seared Angus / Sun Dried Tomatoe Jumbo Maki.
Service was good without being intrusive and had a very good house white. We will certainly be back!
One thing I truly miss is good sushi and London has mostly disappointed in this regard. I'm glad Wawa opened very recently to help serve this dramatically underserved market. Friendly environment, serious attention to quality, and truly thankful for your business.
Looking forward to seeing their menu grow (please start with spicy tuna rolls), but in the meantime my one criticism is their edamame. It's overcooked. In the meantime, I'll keep eating as much of that delicious salmon as I can.
PS: I get that most places don't deliver in London, but it would up their game a LOT to offer this service to the residents of Shad Thames. What about a fun Foursquare special where the Mayor gets free delivery or something to that effect?
Just had lunch at the new Japanese restaurant on Towerbridge road called WAWA and it was excellent! Salmon sashimi was super fresh and really good "jumbo" maki rolls. Met the owner, Tim, who says that he is still experimenting and developing the menu however, based on what we had to eat, I think it looks very promising! Budget wise it was also good value too. We think this is great addition to the area!! Gareth and Dorte
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