Bari-Uma translates to ‘super tasty’ from Japanese and that’s precisely what you’re getting with these slurp-worthy savoury strands of goodness. These come served in pork bone broth that’s simmered for over 10 hours and served with thick slices of flamed, melt-in-your mouth chashu (barbequed meat).
Bari-Uma’s Signature bowl is masterfully presented with crisp seaweed that soaks up the broth to become umami-rich sheets of delight. Make sure to try out the wide assortment of gyoza (chicken stuffed dumplings) as well, from the negi-mayo version to pan-fried parcels with teriyaki sauce.
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