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  • Wagamama introduces a breakfast menu
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Wagamama introduces a breakfast menu

Fast casual is quickly becoming the norm for many big name, high street dining establishments. But Wagamama is changing gear; fast casual to slow and steady. From extending its hours to diversifying its menu, Wagamama wants you to put your feet up and say yes to one more drink.

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