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Ramen Nagi’s Butao for only P10 today

Ramen Nagi’s Butao for only P10 today

Celebrating a decade of ramen excellence in the Philippines

Renowned for connecting people through the language of ramen, Ramen Nagi has become a beacon of excellence and innovation in the culinary scene. As the restaurant marks its remarkable 10-year journey in the Philippines, the celebration culminates with an exclusive treat today, Dec. 15, 2023.

For a limited time, the Butao Ramen is available for only P10 with any ramen purchase, exclusively on Dec. 15, 2023, starting from 6 p.m. onwards at all Ramen Nagi branches nationwide. This extraordinary offer serves as a token of appreciation for the loyal customers who have been part of Ramen Nagi’s decade-long journey.

The festivities extends beyond the incredible Butao treat. Last Dec. 13 and 14, Ramen Nagi enthusiasts were treated to Chef Satoshi Ikuta’s culinary masterpiece known as “The Wagyu King.” Priced at P1,010, the two-day limited special bowl combined the essence of Japan’s delights, featuring a delectable mixture of beef and pork tonkotsu broth, handmade noodles, and high-quality A4 Japanese Wagyu sourced from Miyagi prefecture, the birthplace of Wagyu.

The Wagyu King

A decade of excellence

In December 2013, Chef Ikuta’s culinary vision reached the vibrant streets of Manila as Ramen Nagi, a collaborative effort with Erickson and Roxanne Farillas, Winnie Chua-Go, and Michael Kho, opened its doors at SM Aura in Taguig City.

This marked the introduction of authentic Hakata Ramen to the Philippines, creating a gastronomic bridge across the Pacific. Over the decade, Ramen Nagi garnered significant achievements, from unveiling the Ebi King in 2014 to securing the coveted People’s Choice Award from Zomato in 2015.

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The momentum of success for Ramen Nagi in the Philippines continued to build, notably with the debut of the Manila King in 2017, a distinct ramen variant finely tuned to suit Filipino tastes. Undeterred by challenges, the brand displayed resilience and adaptability in 2020 by innovatively launching ramen kits.

Erickson Farillas, the visionary leader behind Ramen Nagi’s success in the Philippines, emphasized the brand’s commitment to quality, innovation, and pushing the boundaries of ramen creation.

“Over the past ten years, Ramen Nagi has witnessed diverse stories of people. We have seen families, friends, and couples bonding over and sharing the comfort of our warm bowls of ramen. We have been a part of birthdays, anniversaries, and even proposals, playing a small but meaningful role in people’s lives,” he ended.

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