You can now enjoy Ramen Nagi's ramen as chips

This ramen chain is expanding their service.


( Ramen is good and all, but sometimes, we step back from indulging our cravings because a bowl (and we reiterate: sometimes) is just too much. It looks, however, like you can enjoy this hearty favorite as a snack—at least the flavor of it.


Ramen chain Ramen Nagi is turning their popular Kings into chips. The Nagi Chips, which are made of wantons sliced into thick shoestrings, mimic the flavors of Butao (the Original, just a sprinkle of salt and a tinge of meat), Midorio (the Green King with basil, olive oil, and cheese), Kuroo (the Black King with blackened garlic and squid ink), Akao (the Red King with garlic and cayenne pepper), and the Kare (curry). They're available for P85/pack.



Taking this whole you-can-now-enjoy-Ramen-Nagi-wherever-you-are concept further, Ramen Nagi has also announced that customers may now enjoy their gyoza for takeaway. They are now selling frozen packs of 15 potstickers for P375. It comes complete with their special Japanese sauce. 



These two new items are part of Ramen Nagi's planned three surprises for their customers this week. The third and last announcement has yet to be revealed.


Click here for a list of Ramen Nagi branches. Read more about Ramen Nagi.


Photos taken from Ramen Nagi's official Facebook page

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