9144 7482
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Opening Hours
11:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Butao King Ramen Spicy Red King Ramen Black King Ramen Green King Ramen
Review (1)
Level4 2018-03-09
The restaurant was part of a chain originated from Japan, with outlets in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and Philippines. Fisherman King (S$16.90++)which was this month's limited king and limited to 400 bowls.Featuring sardine oil infused with Nagi's award-winning tonkotsu pork-broth, topped with succulent chashu slices, bonito powder and a fragrant ball of minced pork.Selected normal for soup base and special sauce. The soup was rich and flavourful without too salty.Selected kakuni (pork belly) which came in 2 thick slices. Tender but still not quite melt in the mouth. Another choice would be chashu (pork shoulder).The ball of minced meat was kind of too salty.Selected chopped spring onions for vegetables. Another choice would be cabbage.Selected spicy level 1. Not quite taken with the spicy sauce.Topup S$2++ for Tamago but the staff forgot and did not serve it in the ramen. Therefore had to explain to cashier that I did not have the egg when he wanted bill me for it.Gyoza (S$7.90++)Meat and vegetables seasoned with Japanese spices, wrapped in nagi's special dough and finished with a crispy lattice skirt.It looked quite pretty with the thin crispy crust, but there's barely any filling in each dumpling. Served with a soyu vinegar dip.There's no free flow of iced water here. The cheapest drink on the menu was Mujicha (S$1++) which was bottomless but I never saw the staff going around refilling.Although Suntec City had free wifi, but one could not receive the mall's wifi in the restaurant.Condiments such as marinated bean sprouts, marinated mustards, grounded sesame seeds, chilli powder, oil and tissue were available on the table.Bag box was available under the stool. continue reading
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