…and if your ass is a buster Wagaya will regulate

“Just hit the East-side of the LBC, on a mission trying to find Mr. Warren G”

The Dear Luncher had no luck locating Mr. Warren G but did manage to stumble across Wagaya. Well, it wasn’t really by accident. It was by design due to the amazing things fellow foodies have said about this particular place.


Upon entering, the aromas immediately  captured The Dear Luncher’s imagination. The setup was both mysterious and alluring.

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Pro-tip it’s great to go out for dinner in Brisbane the State of Origin is on. You will not struggle getting a table even in the most popular establishments. The Dear Luncher has been targeting Wagaya for some time now. Because as mentioned with previously reviewed establishments, the ability to press buttons to order food and drink really pushes Your Dear Luncher’s buttons.


The Dear Luncher is a part of the first generation to grow up with home computers, and so this is a very appealing way to dine. First cabs off the rank: an obligatory Tsing-tao, coupled with the signature Wagaya Salad.


The salad was fresh and creatively compiled. Bursting with healthy vibes, something The Dear Luncher needs every now and again to break from the usual gluttonous behaviour.

Also ordered: chicken gyoza and breaded mozzarella sticks. It was with these two dishes that led to The Dear Luncher groaning with delight.

Chicken gyoza
Breaded mozzarella sticks

Luckily no one else was around because it must have sounded disturbing. Each mouthful resulted in sheer delight. Put simply, the chicken gyozas were the best The Dear Luncher has ever come across. Soft, yet just fractionally crunchy on these edges. The Dear Luncher basked in the glory of the breaded mozzarella as well. All the while noticing the fastidious work of the staff, cleaning and keeping the place looking fabulous. A dazzling venue and an absolute must visit destination if you are in the vicinity.

“If you eat like I eat, then you high like everyday”

Location: TCB Centre, Level 1, 315 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.
Cuisine: Japanese, Sushi.

Wagaya Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato



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