Ramen Nagi (Suntec City)

The Ramen Nagi with more than 30 branches spreaded all across Japan and other Asian countries, Ramen Nagi has finally tossed its noodles all the way into Singapore’s vibrant ramen scene. You know you don’t want to miss out on Ramen Nagi when there is a perpetual queue outside.

The first time you visit Ramen Nagi, then you should to try the Black King Ramen (S$15.90) Generous amounts of blackened garlic and squid ink give the broth its colour and and uniqueness of the flavour which sets it apart from its counterparts. Break down the black asteroid of minced meat to lend the dish some extra textures make this one as the must try menu! If you curious about the “best” Japanese Ramen, Come and try The Ramen Nagi!

Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Location

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Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Address 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-512/513 Suntec City, Singapore 038989
Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Nearest MRT CC4 DT15 Promenade MRT
Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Website Website
Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Phone +65 9144 7482
Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Opening Hours Daily : 11:00am - 03:00pm, 05:00pm - 10:00pm
Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) Food Price S$10 - S$20 per pax

What people say about Ramen Nagi (Suntec City)

82 reviews
  • Service and food were really good

  • The soup was fragrant which blended well with the squid ink

  • The interior design of the restaurant is really unique and I felt like I was in Japan

  • I loved the open kitchen concept in the restaurant where I can see the chefs meticulously preparing my food and my food was served hot immediately

  • The soup base was cooked with seaweed

  • The noodles were cooked to perfection (I chose extra hard)

  • What I love the most is how customisable everything is from the choice of pork (sliced pork or pork belly) to the amount of chilli (even for the original broth

  • I went all out with the amount of garlic too and boy

  • Their rendition of beansprouts is not as nice as Keisuke’s

  • Went to the store with no expectations

  • The portion size is larger than average and very filling

  • Tried the Black King Ramen ($15.90) and was pleasantly surprised by the flavours

  • Also really liked that there is the option to personalise the bowl of ramen from the soup thickness

  • The broth was flavourful and the choice of basil was interesting and fresh (but the bowl did get a bit salty towards the end) The noodles were thick and had a good mouthfeel

  • Would recommend Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) to people who enjoy their ramen with a thick broth

  • Had original king with level 2 spiciness

  • Food was good and portions were generous especially with the char siew toppings

  • Ordered the spicy pork broth ramen and the broth was really thick and spicy

  • The Original Butao King is Ramen Nagi’s award winning tonkotsu pork broth

  • This doesn’t mean the taste is being compromised

  • The broth is thick and smooth and was amazingly packed with umami

  • Can easily tell that the broth was simmered with pork and all the other goodness for a long time

  • This ramen broth is the closest to Ichiran Ramen in my opinion

  • Every slurp is as good as the last one

  • The noodles are the straight type

  • The noodles were soaked with all that umami goodness broth

  • Have to admit that there are some chunks of fats which I would remove

  • The first thing that hit me was the rich porky scent of the Tonkotsu broth

  • The flavour from the pork was evident though and I would definitely request for a richer broth in future

  • Both the char siew and the kakuni were not the most tender and were in fact

  • I particularly enjoyed the kakuni as it was soaked in a rich

  • The noodles were exactly as I had ordered

  • Spicy paste was only mildly spicy but very umami and savoury

  • The Ajitsuke Tamago while well cooked with a partially gooey yolk was one of the less flavourful ones I had

  • I was slightly disappointed partly because I went in with high expectations from the rave reviews online and partly because this bowl failed to deliver

  • The components of the ramen were above average at best and I definitely would not pay $22.25 for this

  • Had the red king while my bestfriend had the black king which was broth with black garlic while mine was with chilli oil and cayenne

  • Rich and flavourful tonkotsu broth with a generous serving of noodles

  • The fire sauce was definitely the highlight of the bowl of noodles

  • Headed there with the intention of trying out the Black King because it looks really good on the advert

  • It tasted really good and the portion was really generous

  • Ordered the Red King and it was the most satisfying meal I had in a while

  • With miso pork and tender chashu was delightful

  • Got the White King for a traditional tonkotsu ramen that was packed with flavour

  • Green King was a fusion dish infused with basil and olive oil

  • Perhaps this is like a fusion of a German x Japanese cuisine

  • Juicy and stuffed with grounded meat fillings (swipe to view)

  • As the smooth creamy mash is mixed into the flavourful and umami packed tonkotsu broth

  • Seasonal Sausage King ramen is only available for a limited time

  • I ordered my soup rich and a friend ordered it normal and he said normal was too rich for him yet mine was just nice so it’s all down to preference

  • I was really hoping for a stronger garlic smell and taste (I picked heavy on the garlic) but it did not come through which was a little disappointing

  • I think it might also be because it’s black garlic and black garlic is just less pungent

  • B I ordered the Red King with an additional 1 spicy level (red king is considered spicy level 5 before any additional selections)

  • The broth was quite refreshing and the noodle (as i’ve selected soft) was to my liking

  • I like that the broth was light but still flavourful and every component in the bowl of ramen complemented each other well

  • The gyoza was tasty and the chicken karaage was also crispy and juicy and go very nicely with the given sauce

  • We opt for spicy level 2 which is quite mild

  • As their poster states “Filled with umami goodness

  • Incredible textures with every bite

  • The free sides of bean sprouts are so gooooood as well

  • Ramen Nagi is no stranger to ramen fans

  • The broth was rich and creamy and the noodles were cooked to perfection

  • I like how almost the entire bowl is customizable from the firmness of the noodle to the saltiness and spiciness of the broth

  • Ramen Nagi is definitely a must go to get your ramen fix

  • Since it was my first visit to Ramen Nagi (and the limited edition flavour is out for now)

  • Each standard bowl comes with your choice of vegetable (spring onion or cabbage)

  • Add ons for more toppings are also available at an additional cost such as the tamago (ramen egg) which I had for mine

  • The noodles are thin with a slight firmness to the bite (normal texture) and the pork shoulder is tender

  • Everything is customisable here

  • This ($15.90) was good but it was a bit too salty for my liking

  • Their Tonkotsu pork broth was flavourful without being overly salty and had a good thick consistency

  • Have always preferred ramen with clear stock

  • He chose this with pork belly and the ramen texture is chewy and good

  • Noodles and pork were really good

  • While nothing to complain about is pretty pricey for what you get

  • Featuring sardine oil infused with Nagi’s award winning tonkotsu pork broth

  • The ball of minced meat was kind of too salty

  • Not quite taken with the spicy sauce

  • Meat and vegetables seasoned with Japanese spices

  • Wrapped in nagi’s special dough and finished with a crispy lattice skirt

  • Very pretty with the thin crispy crust

  • Cheapest drink on the menu was Mujicha (S$1++) which was bottomless but I never saw the staff going around refilling

Questions & Answers About Ramen Nagi (Suntec City)

    1. Take Circle Line MRT or Downtown Line MRT
    2. Alight at CC4 DT15 Promenade MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit C - Suntec City, Temasek Avenue
    4. Walk about 201 meters from Exit C - Suntec City, Temasek Avenue to Ramen Nagi (Suntec City), walking time is around 4 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Ramen Nagi (Suntec City) are
    • Suntec Twr Two (bus stop no 02141) is 63 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 107M will stop in this bus stop.
    • Suntec Twr Three (bus stop no 02149) is 83 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 36, 36A, 36B will stop in this bus stop.
    • Suntec City (bus stop no 80159) is 105 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 10, 10e, 14, 14e, 16, 70, 70M, 196 will stop in this bus stop.
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