Wagamama Edinburgh joins Glasgow, Livingston and Aberdeen restaurants promoting new vegan range with 50 free meals this weekend

Wagamama’s at St Andrew Square and Edinburgh Lothian road will be running the two day giveaway this weekend.

By Shona Elliott
Friday, 7th May 2021, 12:30 pm

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The first 25 guests at the restaurant on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th May will be offered free vegan chilli squid or vegan sticky ribs to encourage more people to try wagamama’s meat free alternatives and weigh in on which dish they prefer.

These brand-new plant-based dishes were launched during this year’s Veganuary and have proved a massive success with more people now enjoying vegan diets.

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Wagamama’s at St Andrews Square will be running the two day giveaway this weekend.

The free dishes will be available this Saturday and Sunday from 11am and valid when dining in with a minimum spend.

The dishes are limited to 50 per restaurant so wagamama fans are urged to get there fast to redeem.

Scottish restaurants reopened for outdoor dining on April 26 with no pre-booking required and wagamama’s restaurants at Glasgow Fort, Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh St Andrew, Edinburgh, Livingston, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Silverburn have successfully reopened.

The eight Scottish wagamama restaurants join the 72 that reopened in England on April 12.

A wagamama spokesperson said: “We announced in January that we had developed our biggest vegan range ever, including our vegan chilli squid.

“But with some of these dishes not being suitable for our delivery and click + collect menu, guests are yet to try them.

“We can’t wait for people to try these new vegan versions of our most iconic dishes. Our outdoor dining experience offers guests the same great wagamama experience whilst complying with coronavirus safety regulations, ensuring both guest and staff safety.”

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