Ramen Nagi’s takeout box has all the ingredients for your at-home ramen
Also available are gyoza, chicken karaage and chashu rice boxes
May 12, 2020
Meals at Ramen Nagi always started with a paper and pen, allowing you to select your preferred ingredients and customize spice levels—now, you can do (and cook) this at home. The restaurant, known for its classic tonkotsu ramen flavors, has created takeout boxes containing all the ingredients needed to cook their signature ramen.
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Available are their four ramen flavors with servings good for two: the Butao King (plain tonkotsu soup with pork chashu and fire sauce), Black King (tonkotsu soup with black minced pork and fire sauce), Red King (tonkotsu soup with red minced pork and kikurage), and Green King (tonkotsu soup with parmesan cheese and bacon bits). You may also order a gyoza box (30 pieces), chicken karaage box (20 pieces) and chashu rice that can serve up to six.
Their ramen-to-go boxes and chashu rice must be kept frozen and consumed within three days, while the gyoza and chicken karaage can last up to 15 days.
To order, visit their website and select your chosen items. Shipping rates depend on the total price of your order. Once your order is completed, a confirmation notification will be sent via email or contact number. Orders are subject to availability and follow a first-order, first-served basis.
Deliveries are only available for Makati, Taguig, Manila, Pasay and Mandaluyong and will be delivered by Ramen Nagi’s in-house couriers. Pickup at select stores is also available. Call 8817-9774 for inquiries.
Header photo courtesy of Ramen Nagi Manila
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