Finally, my pent up cravings for hot Black King was satisfied last night. I managed a tryst after the initial FoodPrints Christmas special shoot before heading back to home sweet home Laoag. Robinsons Magnolia was perfectly along the way to the bus terminal. So there, I had an outside table all to myself. I was surprised at the attendant’s incredible memory, she recognized me and remembers all the details of our last Ramen Nagi adventure.
I didn’t have to fill out an omotenashi sheet. I had everything put together in my head since day one.
The experience with out-of-this-world flavors was quite a trip, an all together different acquaintance with ramen. The big flavor of squid ink hits you like a wave, yet allows you to create wonderful music with sweet, flavorful pork and kicking spices.
If you’re going to dine with a group, it’s a good idea to order and share all the specialties because at Ramen Nagi variety is the king of kings.
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