April 12, 2019

Ramen Bari-Uma in BGC: The Best Ramen in Hiroshima Comes to the Philippines

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  • Updated December 7, 2018

    Bari-Uma Ramen’s claim to fame, the “strongest Tonkotsu broth” is now available here in the Philippines, specifically in Metro Manila. Its first store, a smaller and more affordable version of Bari-Uma, will open on December 10, 2017, at SM Lazaro, Manila.

    IMAGE Bari-Uma

    This Hiroshima-based ramen is sure to bring noodles lovers glee to their faces and stomachs. Next year, they’ll also be opening their second branch in Serendra, BGC, Taguig City.

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

    Bari-Uma Ramen ensure quality and authentic flavors from Japan, the noodles are made fresh in each shop, and their perfectly grilled cha-shu pork compliments their soup, also from Japan. For just Php 400 pesos you can try and have the experience of slurping their noodles.

    Bari-Uma’s Ajita-Uma (Php 380)

    People across the globe can’t get enough of their ramen and we are fortunate to have different Japanese shops branch out here in the Philippines.  Aside from ramens, you should try their Gzoya and Karaage, best paired with their ramens.

    Gyoza (Php 180/five pieces)

    For more information about Bari-Uma Ramen, you may visit their website, www.bariuma.asia/ or Facebook page, www.facebook.com/bariumaramenph/. You may also contact them at 0906-336-0930.

    General Information

  • Serendra 2 Loading Bay, McKinley Pkwy, Taguig, Metro Manila
  • 0906-336-0930
  • 11 am to 11 pm
  • http://www.bariuma.asia/
  • https://www.facebook.com/bariumaramenph/
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