Scream With Seafood Delight: Ramen Nagi Introduces Two New Limited-Time Only Flavors

Ramen Nagi Interior + Limited Scream Kings Bowl
PHOTO BY Instagram/ Ramen Nagi Manila

( It's raining more each day, and the air is getting colder which means the -ber season is in full force. Sure, it's a pain in the butt to move around the Metro during this time of the year, but if there's one thing that could make it better, it's a piping-hot bowl of ramen. Yup, just imagining ourselves slurping warm ramen broth and noodles brings not just a warm fuzzy feeling but also makes us crave a bowl stat. Well, if you're like us and already in the mood for ramen, you might want to give Ramen Nagi's Scream Kings, their latest limited-time ramen flavors, a try.

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Check out  the limited Scream Kings at Ramen Nagi this November:

For the entire month of November, dive into bowls of briny ocean delight as Ramen Nagi brings seafood flavors to the forefront. Slurp an entire serving of the Seafood Curry King (P600), a Japanese curry-inspired tonkatsu-based ramen topped with butter-fried shrimp, oysters, scallops, and squid rings. A spicy and rich noodle bowl, it is seasoned with a black curry ball and special white and fire sauces garnished with curry leaves and onion leeks for extra flavor.


Not a fan of Japanese curry? Try the Garlic Squid King (P550). This ramen bowl uses a whole squid stuffed with minced pork; flavored with tons of toasted garlic and nagi spice swimming on a tonkatsu-garlic broth with squid ink noodles and drizzled with zingy tzatziki sauce. 

Ramen Nagi Scream Kings Poster
PHOTO BY Instagram/ Ramen Nagi Manila
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Brb, we're just going to wipe the drool off our faces. But while you're waiting, head on down to the nearest Ramen Nagi branch and get your fill of these seafood ramen bowls while you can.

See a list of Ramen Nagi branches online. Ramen Nagi's Scream Kings are available for dine-in, take out, and delivery via GrabFood, Foodpanda, and Pickaroo. For more information, visit Ramen Nagi PH's Facebook page.

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