Uma Uma Ramen now has a second branch
With more yakitori to choose from
(SPOT.ph) Ramen place Uma Uma is a must-try especially for Japanese food enthusiasts—they even made it to our list of 50 Great Restaurants of 2016. The restaurant has actually been around since 1953 with a ramen recipe that has been with the Teshima family for more than 60 years. They've since expanded to Singapore and Malaysia, then the Philippines, first in Pasay City and now in Uptown Parade with the opening of their second branch.
Our favorite ramen variants are still available, like the signature Uma Uma Ramen and the Spicy Chiasu Ramen—still made without MSG, with the broth extracted through slow-cooking pork bones for a full meaty flavor. This second Uma Uma also has the not-so-secret bar, Horse's Mouth, with its delectable and light offerings. Something new at the second branch though? An expanded yakitori menu—so you can have more skewers with your ramen and drinks.
Uma Uma is now open at 2/F Uptown Parade, Uptown Bonifacio.