Are You A Ramen Nagi Fan? Then, You'll Be Glad To Hear This
Known for their signature Butao King, and the diner-friendly Omotenashi sheet -- Ramen Nagi has long captivated the hearts of Filipino diners. The brainchild and passion project of Japanese chef, Ikuta Satoshi, Ramen Nagi was born in the humble streets of Fukuoka, where it enjoyed local popularity. A creative master, Satoshi used to dish out a different Ramen flavour everyday -- this is probably the inspiration behind their "Limited King", a seasonal bowl on the menu.
Ramen Nagi's menu is straightforward yet enticing. With four classic bowls: Original King (Butao), Black King (Kuroo), Red King (Akao), Green King (Midorio), diners get to explore the classic broth and its different iterations. Diners also have a choice of side dishes and add-ons like Gyoza, Kaedema, Nori, and Chasu, among others. With the enjoyment of the diner in mind, Ramen Nagi adds on an additional punch with their Omotenashi sheet where you can customise your bowl to your liking. Pefer your noodles to be firmer than usual? Want it scorching with spice? Prefer the shoulder or belly portion for your chasu serving? Ramen Nagi makes things easy by letting each diner choose and personalise their ramen experience.
Without surprise, Satoshi's popular joint enjoyed a meteoric rise, eventually finding itself overseas, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore. Soon enough, Satoshi's signature broth found a home in the shores of the Philippines. Now, they welcome their 19th store here: One Bonifacio High Street. Armed with a new look, updated interiors, and a killer location, Ramen Nagi's newest branch will be ready to serve eager diners tomorrow, October 10. So for those eager for a tasty bowl of ramen, make sure to drop by the grand opening!
Rame Nagi's newest branch is located at One Bonifacio High Street, Opening tomorrow, October 10, 2018.