Wagamama to debut in India

Following the expansion, the group will now operate in 19 countries world-wide

UK-based Pan-Asian restaurant operator Wagamama is set to launch in India after agreeing a new partnership with Travel Food Services.

Wagamama will open its first restaurant at Mumbai Airport’s International Terminal later this year.

Wagamama first opened its doors in 1922 in London’s Bloomsbury. Following the latest deal, the group will now operate in 19 countries world-wide.

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With Mumbai as its launchpad, the group aims to expand Wagamama’s presence across India, meeting the rising demand for “fresh” plant-based options.


The group offers dishes such as grilled chicken ramen, firecracker and chicken katsu curry.

Thomas Heier, CEO of Wagamama, said: “We are delighted to enter India through our partnership with TFS, bringing our pan-Asian cuisine to a market where we anticipate significant demand. We look forward to working closely with TFS to scale our presence across India, as we continue our international expansion into exciting growth markets.”

Varun Kapur, executive director of TFS, added: “Wagamama is highly regarded worldwide, and we are excited to introduce it to the discerning Indian consumer. We look forward to opening the sites and welcoming customers through its doors later this year.”

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