November 27, 2017

Ramen Bari-Uma Jr. at SM San Lazaro, Manila

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  • Craving for an authentic Japanese ramen that will satisfy your taste buds? Come and have a look at Japan’s very own ramen shop, Ramen Bari-Uma which will be opening their first branch in the Philippines this coming December 11, 2017!

    IMAGE Ramen Bari-Uma’s Facebook Page

    What makes Bari-Uma special are their flavorful ramens as a whole. The noodles they use are made fresh in each shop, paired with their perfectly grilled chashu (marinated braised pork belly).  Aside from that, they also use a tonkotsu shoyu basea flavorful broth made from a mix of chicken and pork, that will definitely leave guests craving for more. Some of their recommended dishes or best sellers to look forward to include:

    AJITAMA- UMA. (Pork flavored shoyu soup, with grilled thick-cut chashu)

    GYOZA. dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a thin dough. 

    Bari-Uma promises its guests the feeling of being able to have a taste and indulge in the authentic ramen from Japan at a reasonable price, made affordable for all. You may visit Ramen Bari-Uma Jr. at SM San Lazaro (between Shakeys and Congo Grille) starting December 11, 2017.

    What are your thoughts about the opening of the very first Bari-Uma branch in the country? Share it with us below!

    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno
    Image Source: Bari-Uma’s Facebook Page

    General Information

  • Unit 338, third floor SM City San Lazaro, A.H. Lacson corner Felix Huertas Streets, Barangay 350 Zone 035 Santa Cruz, Manila, Philippines
  • 411-0563 local 110
  • Open Daily from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
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