Ramen Nagi: a place where delicious ramen is granted upon a customer’s wish

I admit finding my place in this specialized butao ramen restaurant. The served ramen dishes are delicious and the restaurant provides options to customers of how they want their own ramen to taste like. They will be given a sheet of questionnaire like form as they arrive that asks for their ordered type of ramen, their desired degree of that ramen’s saltiness, spiciness and creaminess and of the noodles thickness or thinness, whether they want to add pork into the ramen and whether they want extra add-ons like seaweed, soft boiled tamago (egg), green onions and cabbage. Whatever answer the customers have poured into their forms, the waiter would just take it as his or her command and serve the ramen according to it.

Green King Ramen with no pork and with added five out of ten spiciness level (10 most spicy)

Still it would have been better if the choices are more varied while the restaurant itself pursues to give its best to its specialized ramens. Also, the prices are better much lowered provided that Ramen Nagi has lots of competitors that can offer more varied types of delicious ramen at a lower price.

Ramen Nagi Manila is a franchise of Ramen Nagi Japan serving customized ramens. The Philippine franchise is founded in 2013. 

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11 thoughts on “Ramen Nagi: a place where delicious ramen is granted upon a customer’s wish

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