all in

gender neutral bathrooms

according to stonewall approximately 600,000 people in the uk identify as transgender or non-binary. those people should feel as at home in wagamama as the rest of our guests

so we’ve gone all in to make an important change. we’ve committed to introducing single-occupancy, self-contained (i.e. toilet and basin), private and lockable gender-neutral bathrooms in at least 40% of our restaurants this year and pledged that all new restaurants will follow suit
gender neutral bathrooms

a new rainbow

our pride charity partners continue to be represented in their local wagamama with our iconic ‘rainbow benches’

this year, the rainbow has been refreshed + benches are wrapped in a design which incorporates the colours of the pride flag, the trans pride flag + bame representation with the addition of black + brown stripes. we’re committed to donating a total of £15k to our charity partners, including our newest pride partner gendered intelligence.
a new rainbow

mentor match-ups

inspired by queer youth worker, activist + writer tanya compas, we’re working on a series of ‘mentor match-ups’.
tanya is a caseworker at the albert kennedy trust (akt) + approached us in search of a space to bring together young lgbtq+ people and connect them with leaders + role models from the community. the first mentor match-up takes place ahead of london pride at noodle lab, soho. with plans to roll it out as a nationwide initiative
tanya compas

pre-pride meeting points

pre-pride meetups will be taking place at wagamama sites across the country. tanya explained that people within the community are often in need of a safe space to meet before their local parade. whether that’s because they don’t have anyone to go with, it’s their first time or they simply need a space to escape if the celebrations become overwhelming

these pre-pride meetups are a way for people in the lgbtq+ community to connect with wagamama team members + others to attend their local parade together
meeting points

slogans of solidarity

we want our call to inclusion to reach as many people as possible. so, we asked our team members what ‘all in’ means to them. a collection of their inspiring messages are featured across placemats + t-shirts in almost 40 wagamama restaurants across the country
all in

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