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wa·ka·me

 (wä-kä′mĕ)
n.
A brown seaweed (Undaria pinnatifida) native to East Asia and naturalized elsewhere, having a short stipe and pinnately divided blades, and used in Asian cooking.

[Japanese, from Old Japanese (perhaps originally meaning "young, soft seaweed harvested in spring" ) : possibly waka-, young + -me, seaweed (as in nikime, a kind of wakame).]

wakame

(wæˈkæmɪ) or

wakane

n
(Cookery) an edible seaweed, Undaria pinnatifida, used in Japan and China
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Participating restaurants include: Asado, Asia Asia, Bread Street Kitchen, folly by Nick & Scott, Jodhpur Royal Dining, Jean-Georges Dubai, LIMA Dubai, Pai Thai, Rockfish, Scape, Simply Italian, The Atlantic, Toro + Ko, Villa Beach, Wakame
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Diners can try cuisines from across the world - sampling Mediterranean cuisine when dining at Villa Beach; Indian at Jodhpur Royal Dining; and Asian flavours at Wakame.
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