Ramen Nagi (Suntec City)

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With over 20 outlets spread across Asia, Ramen Nagi, the award- winning ramen chain from Tokyo, brings its handcrafted steaming bowls of ramen to the heart of Singapore. Let Ramen Nagi bring you back to the heart and soul of ramen!

3 Temasek Boulevard
#01-512/513 Suntec City
Singapore 038989

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11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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I ordered this with high expectations, as I’ve read plenty of good reviews. Unfortunately it is not one of the best ramen that I’ve had.

Current favourite is still Nantsuttei for a good tonkotsu ramen.

Thumbs up. Although I love ramen, I've been a bit jaded recently, with many tasting about the same. But Nagi lived up to its reputation. This black ramen has actually normal broth, but with a layer of blackened garlic and squid ink. There's also a ball of delicious black minced pork. Overall the broth and noodles were great. Try the intriguing chilli. Apart from the lack of a default ajitama, the disappointment here was the thin and dry chashu. You can select kakuni instead, I'd recommend that.

If you are someone who likes a strong punch in your meal, then this is definitely for you! Ramen Nagi's Black King (SGD$15.90) has a thick and strong garlic taste within the silky broth, finishing off with chashu, minced pork and black sesame.

Personally, I still loveee their original butao king as that is more mild and I could taste the richness of the pork broth. But if you are up for a switch, this might be a delightful choice!

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Price: $15/pax
Location: @ramennagisingapore
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The gyoza here deserved a special mention. Definitely different from other gyozas out there. So small and crispy! The sweet radish sauce/condiment was also really good.

First time here, and this may be one of the better ramens in Singapore. Or maybe I haven’t had proper ramen straight out of the kitchen and to my table in a while! What I love is that you can also customise almost every aspect of your ramen like the spice, garlic, vegetable, noodles and flavour.

I like my broth thick and heavy, so I went for heavy for most of what I could choose. It resulted in a very solid ramen, with a lot of spring onions and black fungus. Level 2 spice definitely lended a subtle heat to the ramen. Noodles wise, I expected to be a bit firmer since I chose hard as an option. I also added an egg, but sadly it wasn’t as runny as I wanted it to be.

Would return to try their other flavours like squid ink+garlic and basil!

Visited this place at the recommendation of a friend (who’s a major foodie!)

Had the original butao king and we could customise how hard we wanted the noodles to be (I don’t like soft noodles so yay), how thick we wanted the soup to be, how spicy etc. I chose level 3 but it still isn’t very spicy so feel free to choose a higher level if you are very into spicy food 😛

I had the pork belly instead of char siew, because my foodie friend recommended that. And he was absolutely right! The pork belly was sooo good and melted right in my mouth 😻 It was so tender and did not feel oily at all. Never had pork belly with ramen before but this turned out to be so good! The broth is super rich too.