[CLOSED] Ramen Nagi (Suntec City)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * 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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Yummy, creamy bowl of umami goodness. However it’s very rich and can foresee that it may get a bit jelak toward the end without any spice/garlic to cut through the porkiness

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My fav - still drool thinking about it. Garlicky with squid ink. Tastes a bit like black pepper crab. Not sure whether they put MSG haha (probably)

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Love that the ramen here is customisable. Red king had a nice spicy kick. Iirc need to top up for the onsen egg

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You can build you own Ramen here with choice of thin or thick noodles, hardness or softened, how salty, how spicy, add black fungus or Cha Siew or braised pork, spring onions or cabbage. Then choose add on extra egg, meat, or even more noodles. Kind of like Ippudo but more choices.

We didn’t manage to get their black garlic ramen. Sold out. At 12.15pm. The Butao Ramen was so so. Can also pass on the gyoza and karaage chicken.

But judging from the queue, I’ll be back to try the black garlic ramen.

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.