Embark on a gastronomic journey at Ramen Nagi, a haven for ramen aficionados in the Philippines. Whether you’re yearning for the luscious, savory flavors of an authentic Japanese ramen bowl or seeking a delectable side dish to complement your ramen feast, Ramen Nagi has something to tantalize every taste bud. Prepare to be enchanted by an explosion of flavors as we delve into the varied menu and uncover the affordable prices that make Ramen Nagi a true gem in the Philippine culinary scene.

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Ramen Nagi Menu Prices Philippines


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Extra Noodles (Thin)

Enhance your ramen experience with an extra serving of Ramen Nagi’s signature thin noodles, crafted from the finest flour and expertly cooked to achieve al dente perfection. These delicate strands of noodles perfectly capture the rich flavors of the ramen broth, adding a delightful textural contrast to each bite.

Extra Noodles (Thin)

Gyoza Sides

Indulge in the savory goodness of Ramen Nagi’s Gyoza Sides, a delightful accompaniment to your ramen feast. These crispy, golden dumplings are filled with a savory blend of minced pork, vegetables, and seasonings, creating a burst of flavor with every bite

Gyoza Sides

New Chicken Karaage

Embrace the irresistible crunch and juicy goodness of Ramen Nagi’s New Chicken Karaage, a must-try side dish for any ramen enthusiast. These bite-sized pieces of chicken are marinated in a blend of aromatic spices and coated in a light, crispy batter before being deep-fried to perfection.

New Chicken Karaage

Chasu Rice

Complement your ramen experience with a side of Ramen Nagi’s Chasu Rice, a comforting and flavorful accompaniment. This dish features tender, slow-cooked pork belly, sliced thinly and served atop a bed of fluffy white rice. Each bite of chasu is infused with rich, savory flavors, perfectly balanced by the starchy goodness of the rice.

Chasu Rice

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Ramen Nagi Opening & Closing Hours

Saturday10 am–9 pm
Sunday10 am–9 pm
Monday10 am–9 pm
Tuesday10 am–9 pm
Wednesday10 am–9 pm
Thursday(Bonifacio Day)10 am–9 pmHours might differ
Friday10 am–9 pm

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Located in: Signa Designer Residences

Address: 114 Valero, Makati, 1227 Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines

Phone: +63 2 8817 9774

Who owns Ramen Nagi Philippines?

Chef Satoshi Ikuta Nagi Chef Satoshi Ikuta Nagi was founded in 2004 by Mr. Satoshi Ikuta at the age of 27. Chef Ikuta, who had trained for over a decade in various classic Hakata ramen shops, began with the practice known as ‘aida kari’, borrowing bar space one day a week to run a guerrilla ramen shop.

Why is it called Ramen Nagi?

凪, or Nagi, means, “a calmness before the waves,” and our Ramen Master Chef Satoshi Ikuta has dedicated himself to bringing a new wave of ramen to the world through every delicious and memorable bowl. This is a place where ramen creativity lives and breathes!

How much is butao King in Ramen Nagi?

We got our hands on two kits: one Butao King (P790/good for two), a.k.a. Ramen Nagi’s original tonkotsu ramen, and one Green King (P900/good for two), which blends their tonkotsu broth with fresh basil, olive oil, and grated parmesan cheese

Is Ramen Nagi a Michelin star?

Tokyo’s First Michelin-Starred Ramen Restaurant Expected to Open in SF. Tonight’s Ramen Nagi grand opening will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. — and a promotion with free bowls for the first 200 customers is likely to attract a preview of the inevitable ramen lines to come.

Why is Ramen Nagi so popular?

It became more popular after Ikuta won a contest for a spot in Tokyo’s famous Tachikawa Square Park. Since then, the brand has become established for its varied flavor profiles and customizable menu

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