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Opening date set for Wagamama restaurant in Lincoln

By Lincolnshire Echo  |  Posted: September 13, 2012

Wagamama

The Wagamama restaurant currently under construction

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The latest restaurant on Lincoln's waterfront is set to open on November 7.

Japanese eatery Wagamama is being built on the site of the former Harbour Masters Office on the Brayford.

The chain, whose mantra is "positive eating", will move into its new home opposite the Odeon cinema.

And work by the construction firm Lindum is almost complete.

Wagamama has not revealed any further details of what customers can expect from the new outlet, but it says announcements will be made in the near future.

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  • wasonlysaying  |  September 13 2012, 8:25PM

    Fantastic modern building. love it.

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  • AaronJewel  |  September 13 2012, 1:44PM

    bobfinlayson and MavisEnderby, regarding 'what to expect' shouldn't be taken so literally. You're obviously unaware of something called marketing. They're likely to launch it with some kind of fanfare, rather than just open the doors one wet afternoon!

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  • Sir_Chasm  |  September 13 2012, 1:40PM

    Wagamama will at least be in keeping with the standard of food offered by the various eateries along there...

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  • colvon  |  September 13 2012, 1:39PM

    London has 'sheds with beds' and now Lincoln looks as if it is getting 'sheds with food' :-)

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  • MavisEnderby  |  September 13 2012, 1:19PM

    Seeing as they are a chain, I guess a quick web search would tell us what to expect ...... Agree about the shed on stilts though. http://tinyurl.com/3qs8at6

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  • frenchfries59  |  September 13 2012, 12:27PM

    How they managed to get the go-ahead for this horror is beyond me.

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  • iggi  |  September 13 2012, 12:02PM

    What an abortion of a building! Ugly, too large, & overpowering, blocking out the light onto what was once a pleasant quayside. The neglected harbour masters office fitted into the surroundings & had less impact than this monstrosity. The Ask Italian in particular must be overjoyed.

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  • bobfinlayson  |  September 13 2012, 8:30AM

    "Wagamama has not revealed any further details of what customers can expect from the new outlet" Well I'm no investigative journalist, but might I suggest some sort of canteen-style Japanese food outlet?

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