My brother and I had dinner at Ramen Nagi in Kelapa Gading.
The main entrance looks very attractive. The red entrance door is in the shape of Chinese Traditional Character 門 (read as “men“) that has meaning of “door”.
They offer many variations of toppings for ramen and for curry rice.
There are options for halal nor non halal ramen. There are many unique ramen flavours, such as Italian herbs, curry, grilled chilli, Chinese herb (bakuteh).
The curry menu look very tempting. I will take my boyfriend who is a curry lover next time.
I wanted to try the Japanese homemade sausage, but it wasn’t available.
I was confused what to order since they offer so many kinds of Japanese food, from ramen, yaki ramen (hot plate), soup gyoza, tsukemen, udon, soba, karaage, yakitori, tebasaki, chicken katsu, tonkatsu, steak, salad, chawan mushi, miso soup, hotplate rice like Pepper Lunch, and many more dessert choices. Finally, I decided to order original omelette.
There were crews from MNC who did shooting for a TV program.
Apparently, this ramen noodle brand has spread all over the world – you can find Nagi Ramen in Tokyo, Nagoya, Hongkong, Taipei, Hawaii, Manila.