Wagamama to debut in India at Mumbai Airport with Travel Food Services

INDIA. Travel Food Services (TFS) has announced a partnership with Wagamama which will see the UK restaurant brand open at Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in the second half of this year.

It will be the Wagamama’s first entry into India, which will become the 19th country to host a venue from the brand, known for its Asian food based on Japanese cuisine. Its signature dishes include grilled chicken ramen and chicken katsu curry.

Founded by Alan Yau, Wagamama built its name on the UK high street, opening its first restaurant in London in 1992 {Image: Moodie Davitt Report Shutterstock account}

The brand’s existing airport footprint includes restaurants in Heathrow terminals 3 and 5.

Travel Food Services said in a post on LinkedIn: “With Mumbai as our launchpad, we aim to expand Wagamama’s presence across India, meeting the rising demand for fresh, innovative and plant-based options.”

Examples of the Japan-inspired cuisine on the Wagamama menu {Image: Wagamama}

Wagamama CEO Thomas Heier commented: “We are delighted to enter India through our partnership with TFS, bringing our pan-Asian cuisine to a market where we anticipate significant demand.”

TFS Executive Director Varun Kapur said: “Wagamama is highly regarded worldwide, and we are excited to introduce it to the discerning Indian consumer.”  ‍

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