L3-11, Level 3, Jaya Shopping Centre
Jalan Semangat
Petaling Jaya 46100

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11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

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From the Burpple community

Deep-flavoured pork shoyu broth with perfectly cooked noodles – probably one of my new favs to have if I’m in the area. Here they add a dollop of chilli paste(?) that’s liken to sambal but not as spicy. Adds a touch of heat to the broth. Yum!

You know what kind of food that can give you an instant burst of happiness besides chocolates and ice cream? It's a hearty bowl of Ramen! I heard about this Ramen place located in a vicinity of section 14 PJ that offers a reasonably priced bowl of happiness.. With that statement from a friend got me abit inquisitive to compare it with my all time favourite and the to go place of Ramen which is the Bankara Ramen.. So we did! One fine hot afternoon for lunch, we venture out to find this place in the heart of Jaya Shopping center to try out and to check out whether the statement is deem valid.. In terms of space which is relatively spacious than Bankara but atmosphere in Bari uma doesn't exudes or reminisce anything like Japan.. Then comes the menu and we were immediately left alone to retrieve our drinks from the server.. Their menu is rather simplistic and not really attractive to my eyes but they do offer something which doesn't burn a hole in your wallet which are the set lunches that you get to choose the Ramen from their selection and turn it into sets with an additional of a side and drinks.. Well I had was the Shoyu Uma Ramen lunch set (RM20.90) which comes with a bowl of edamame and a hot cup of green tea.. The taste and the texture of the noodle was rather on the thin side and on a saltier side which the broth consist mainly of soy and very mild bone broth flavour and not to forget the broth is the clear type which has very subtle flavours whereas the meat of it is really bland and not much flavour of the broth being absorbed or carried from the braising liquid which can just makes you happy eating it.. Sadly, this bowl of Ramen doesn't make the cut or even brought a sense of happiness to my day..


Famous for ramen with chashu (char siew), I finally got to satisfy my craving for a bowl of noodles. Ordered a bowl of Nori Uma, and I was delighted. As its name suggests, this yummylicious bowl of noodles comes with nori - seaweed. Not 1 sheet, but 3 huge sheets of seaweed, with fragrant shoyu soup and 2 generous pieces of grilled chashu. What I loved about this is not only the combination of each ingredient's taste, but that light smokey taste that has infused in the chashu, and leaves a pleasant taste lingering on your taste buds.
RM25.90 for this generous bowl of ramen. Customers can also expect good customer service from the restaurant crew :)