Come to Wawa for high quality sushi which is fantastically fresh and enjoy the relaxed and sociable setting over a sake or sochu. Our helpful staff can guide you through the menu which balances authenticity and innovation. We are conveniently located just steps away from Tower Bridge.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
173 Tower Bridge Road
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.
Wawa is looking for experienced Sushi Chefs. Applicants should be highly skilled and able to look after their station effortlessly and to also be able to work effectively with colleagues.
This is a great opportunity to take a top position at a restaurant well known for exceptional sushi. The salary is competitive with flexible working and holiday leave.
Wawa is situated in Central London 5 minutes from Tower Bridge and 10 minutes from London Bridge. To apply email a cover letter and a CV including contact details to email@example.com
We are always interested in hearing from talented people. If you would like to work as a
Waitress or Waiter
get in touch by sending an email with a cv to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.