(SPOT.ph) Now that we're having downpours more often, it's so easy to get in the mood for some warm, hearty soup. If you're a Japanese-food fan, there are two routes you can go: Ramen or sukiyaki. But if you don't want to choose, you can go for Ramen Nagi's new Tokyo Sukiyaki King (P495), available until September 30.
Ramen Nagi's new bowl starts with a base of tonkotsu broth and ramen noodles. The sukiyaki part comes in the form of thinly sliced beef strips, tofu, and special sweet-savory sukiyaki sauce. The bowl is then finished off with an egg yolk for extra creaminess.
See a list of Ramen Nagi branches.