Dip Into the World of Tsukemen With Ramen Nagi's New Specials
Who says you can't have ramen in the summer?
(SPOT.ph) Perpetual hot weather hasn't stopped ramen lovers from indulging in their favorite warm bowl. But, Japan also has a ramen variant that's perfect for the summer heat: Tsukemen! This ramen dish has the noodles served separately from the broth, so you can either dip your noodles in thick soup or have the soup on its own. You also get the added perk of avoiding soggy noodles. Whether you're new to the dish or a long-time fan, Ramen Nagi's Tsukemen (P400) and Tonkatsumen (P440), back for a limited time only, are worth checking out.
The Tsukemen has noodles served with a separate bowl of Ramen Nagi's signature tonkotsu broth with slices of chashu. For something a little heftier, have the Tonkatsumen, noodles topped with tonkatsu and daikon sprouts. Get these while you still can, because you'll surely miss these bowls when they're gone.
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