Boston, Massachusetts

Japanese-influenced cuisine with a few decent vegan options (be careful to modify to rice noodles and leave out egg)

According to their website, wagamama is a japanese name that means “willful, naughty child.” The menu includes a selection of vegetarian dishes, though it does not specify which are vegan. However, their website does:

vegans can have:

104 – edamame
106 – grilled asparagus
109 – raw salad
110 – miso soup and pickles
38 – yasai itame
61 – yasai natsubi salad

can have with modifications (specified):

84 – mini ramen vegetarian (on rice noodles)
27 – saien soba (on rice noodles)
41– yasai yaki soba (on rice noodles, no egg)
51 – yasai chilli men (on rice noodles)
78 – yasai cha han (no egg)

The simple, stylish design by the architectural design firm Gensler creates a modern environment. Similar in layout to the Faneuil Hall restaurant, the Harvard Square location was built by Shawmut Ddesign and Construction and features wall finishes in walnut to enhance the restaurant’s contemporary look. In keeping with wagamama’s international concept, the 4,250 square-foot Harvard Square restaurant features an open kitchen and communal-style seating for 130 indoors.

Uses wireless technology to record customers’ orders at their table and instantly transmit them to the kitchen, where all selections are cooked to order. Dishes are served immediately as they are prepared, thus arriving at the table at different times throughout the meal.

Added by VegGuide.org on Oct 14 07 (last updated Oct 14 07)

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MBTA: Accessible by 66 bus. Just W. of Harvard Square red line T stop. Also, parking available at Harvard Square Parking Garage ($2 off with purchase - ask your server)


No Reservations

Wheelchair Accessible


$$ - average


  • American Express MasterCard Visa


  • Japanese


  • Large Group-Friendly


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11:30am - 10pm
11:30am - 11pm
noon - 10pm

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