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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Wagamama Breakfast menu Confirmed sighting: Wagamama Breakfast menu
Posted: 23:48 Sun 13-Jun-2010. Price: From 2.55 (Coconut Porridge). Location: Heathrow Terminal 5. Sub-flavours: See below.
Snackspot reports: Regular readers will know my caution when "the media monkeys and the junket junkies [...] invite you to their plastic pantomime" - but, at the same time, I also consider breakfast to be the most important snack of the day (and apparently the only place in the UK you can get Wagamama Breakfast now is once you're through security in Heathrow Terminal 5). So I accepted a PR invite and got to sample their really-quite substantial Wagamama Kedgeree (sticky rice with haddock, egg and curry sauce) and Okonomiyaki (traditional Japanese-style pancake - similar to the ones Londoners can also try in Abeno or around Spitalfields market). As you can see from more of the menu, they also offer traditional breakfast fare, plus a mild-but-pleasant Coconut Porridge with apple and chilli jam - like an idiot, I didn't try the Breakfast Yaki Soba noodles with bacon, egg, mushroom and tomato, but if anyone's flying from Terminal 5 in future, I'd love to hear what you make of it.

...In other heatable eatables: Pork Farms' jelly-free Bowyers Recipe pork pies are a bit boring compared to the company's previous innovations, though I have higher hopes for Batchelors' Saucy Super Noodles (in Chicken with Tomato and Herb Sauce, Beef with BBQ Sauce, Chow Mein with Chinese Sauce, and Curry with Mango Sauce), and Ginsters' fiery cheese wrap, BBQ beef wrap, sweet chilli bar and meat feast slice. And is it just me, but is there a faint hint of press release surrounding "Meateater's" submission on Wicked Pig pork snacks (in Firecracker Chilli, Hog Roast, Sweet and Sour and Southern Fried), as follows..? "Just spotted a new meat snack in my local Tesco chiller cabinet. Looks similar to Fridge Raiders, but pork instead of chicken. Bought a few bags to try out (one of each flavour - they were on offer) and they're very good. Unlike Fridge Raiders, you can enjoy these bad boys hot by popping the bag in the microwave for around a minute."


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Comment: rather amusing piece about one man's addiction to Cheese powder on today's Guradian site

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Posted: 08:38 Mon 21-Jun-2010 by "Lozzenge" # permalink comment
Comment: In reference to the Wicked Pig snacks you liked...now, I agree that they taste pretty good but surely having seven.... yes SEVEN thin slices of sausage in a bag and then supplementing the bag with air so it looks like a snack that is going to be three times bigger is scandalous! I mean...I actually put all of the sausage slices together it wasn't even as big as a normal banger! For 70p, I expect more than that!
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