NEW Ramen Nagi Manila Kings series – fusions of ramen with classic Filipino dishes



Ramen Nagi Manila Kings series—fusions of ramen with classic Filipino dishes.

The Binagoongan King has fried pork belly in a briny-spicy broth

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Ramen Nagi shared their three bowls—one old favorite and two new ones. They’ve brought back their Binagoongan King (P495), which you can have until tomorrow, July 10. This bowls comes with tonkotsu broth flavored with bagoong and coconut cream then topped with slices of fried pork belly, seared eggplant, tomatoes, and green chili.

The Seafood Tinola has crabs, mussels, and shrimp in a light ginger broth

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From July 11 to 20, get their Seafood Tinola (P495), which has ramen noodles in a ginger-infused broth that’s just like the classic Filipino soup. This bowl also comes with crab, mussels, clams, and shrimp plus seafood paste and seafood butter, white wine, and fried ginger.

Crab fat makes the soup of the Aligue King borderline sinful

PHOTO BY Ramen Nagi

 

Then from July 21 to 31, you can have the sinful Aligue King (P495) with a tonkotsu broth flavored with aligue (or crab fat) plus leeks, red chili, and deep-fried soft-shell crab.





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