Last week I made a couple of meals from the original Wagamama cookbook. I won't list the recipes here, but I'll tell the basics so you can get an idea of what I made. They were both delivious, although the korokke made a royal mess!
Yasai Cha Han - A stiry fry consisting of tofu, baby corn, thinly sliced mange tout, quartered button mushrooms and egg-fried rice, drizzled with teriyaki sauce.
Yasai Korokke - Fried vegetable cakes consisting of sweet potato, potato, peas, sweetcorn and onion served with crunchy salad and drizzled with teriyaki sauce (because I had some left over).
I love Wagamama, and although a lot of the recipes in this book involve meat, I consider it worth having.