Welcome to Wawa, for sushi, ramen and teppanyaki
173 Tower Bridge Road
Leave the station by the Tooley Street exit. Continue along Tooley Street past More London and Hay’s Galleria. Bear right onto Fair Street and keep right at Tower Bridge Road, the restaurant is situated on the corner of Druid Street.
Leave the station and cross Tower Bridge towards Druid Street. The restaurant is situated on the corner of Druid Street.
173 Tower Bridge Road
020 3417 9862
WORK AT WAWA
Wawa is a modern Japanese Restaurant. We look for great people all the time so if you want to send in a speculative CV for any restaurant related position, feel free to use the form below or our firstname.lastname@example.org address. Please see below for our current available positions.
Enthusiastic and Skilled Waiter / Waitress Wanted
Want to work in a modern Japanese restaurant serving exceptional food?
We are looking for an experienced waiter / waitress. Candidates should be able to liaise with customers, introduce dishes, take orders and serve food and drink. You should be able to use your initiative and able to support colleagues.
A positive attitude and a socialable personality would be ideal and a knowledge of Japanese food would be an advantage. Candidates should be fluent in English and flexible with their availability through the week.
The position is full time. Please apply using the contact form.
LOVE LUNCH RETURNS IN 2020
Wednesday 22nd January
Tuesday 28th January
THE LONDON BRIDGE SUMMER COOKBOOK
Wawa features in the new “London Bridge Summer Cookbook”, published by our friends at Team London Bridge. Learn how to make our signature Langoustine Roll along with recipes from neighbouring restaurants.
The cookbook can be accessed by clicking here
Follow Team London Bridge on social media using the links below.
RIN KOKUBA COMES TO WAWA
Japanese artist Rin Kokuba has brought her own unique form of interactive artwork to the walls of Wawa. Focussing on the materiality of stickers, and through the use of vivid colours, the Tokyo born artist explores the relationship between art and the audience.
“My exhibition at Wawa is inspired by sea anemones,” says Rin. “I hope it may bring the atmosphere of summer to the restaurant.”
Check out the gallery below or find out more about Rin and her work through her social profiles.