Ramen Nagi

4/F NAIA Terminal 3 - Departure, Andrews Ave., Pasay, Metro Manila

Ramen Nagi
4.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 6 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 5 Reviewers
Ramen or Noodle

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Lunch, Dinner
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Most Recent Reviews

Camille S.
4.0 Stars

My go-to order in Ramen Nagi is Butao King Chef’s Recommendation version. I like how it tastes - not too salty and not too savory.

For the place, it was a bit hard to find since it’s at the far end of the NAIA Terminal 3’s food hall. This branch also has a lot of tables and chairs. If you have luggages with you, I suggest you stay near the entrance because the tables inside doesn’t have a lot of space. Their bathroom is also clean! If you’re dining here, maximize the restroom because it’s a lot better than what NAIA has.

Btw, prices in their NAIA branch is the same with other branches!

  • No. of Comments: 6
Jai S.
5.0 Stars

Finally got to try the infamous Red King! 128523

Had this with the vegetable tempura offered by another japanese restaurant in the airport (forgot the name) since you can order off their menu as well.

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monaliza E.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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monaliza E.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars

Something was amiss on this Green King Ramen. I requested it to have extra hard noodles but it wasn't. Sad me 128532 Still, overall taste was good. Pair that with some gyoza and you're all set to wherever you'll go! 9992

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Marc M.
4.0 Stars


I tried these Limited Bowls last year during their launch and if I remember correctly the Tsukemen won me over the Tonkatsu-Men.

Although, the spice on the noodles cannot be removed you can customize it to a minimum. I'm guessing since the noodles are served cold it will tend to stick to itself and be harder to separate without some kind of oil in between. And as like before, the noodles are still quite long for a tsukemen. You will need quite an effort to pick a few strands to dip in the soup because it is long. Other then that it is a solid tsukemen dish.

The soup is a bit light for a tsukemen that you can sip directly without that salty bite in your tongue. Which is good because it didn't became cloying towards the end. When I ran out of noodles, I dunked the leftover rice from my Ebi Don by Tendon Akimitsu.

This branch by the way is the first to be split with Tendon Akimitsu, Tempura experts from the same company. So much so that their menu is even combined to one. Cross-ordering allowed of course. Their deep fried offerings and donburis are a perfect match for Nagi's Ramen. I got to try it just now thanks to |ooloo and Tendon Akimitsu. 128525

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