Monday 27 August 2018

Satoshi Ikuta's Nagi Ramen's One Week Takeover at Bone Daddies near Bond Street

Nagi Ramen, a groundbreaking Tokyo ramen chain, is taking over Bone Daddies in St Christopher's Place, near Bond Street, serving up their classic dishes from 6th - 13th September 2018.  Go for the ramen that makes people queue round the block in Tokyo!  They will also be collaborating on a dish that will be available at all the different Bone Daddies restaurants til the end of September.

"Satoshi Ikuta founded Nagi Ramen in 2006, in a tiny restaurant with his ramen-loving friends in Fukuoka, Japan. Because of the limited space, he encouraged diners to share tables and this is where he produced his intensely complex and flavoursome ramen. This groundbreaking restaurant became the first in the world to serve a different type of ramen everyday for 365 days of the year. In a very short time, the restaurant became so popular that queues circled round the block every day of the week. Word spread, and the ramen bar went from being a small, ramen-lovers paradise, to an internationally recognised destination restaurant. With Chef Ikuta’s dedication to the product and effort that went in to every bowl, he decided that to maintain quality across his growing ramen bar brand, he would have to limit the number of bowls served to 200 a day per site.
Nagi Ramen now has 29 ramen bars in Japan and overseas, including Singapore, Taiwan, China - Hong Kong, and the Philippines.
The Nagi Ramen team will be taking over and serving their classic ramen at Bone Daddies St Christopher’s Place for seven days at the start of September. During their visit, they will also be collaborating with the Bone Daddies team on one ramen, which will then be available as a ‘limited edition ramen’ at all Bone Daddies ramen bars until the end of September."

When - Thurs 6th - Thurs 13th September 2018

Where - Where - Bone Daddies, St Christopher's Place, 46-48 James St, Marylebone, London

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Link - Bone Daddies

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