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Uma Uma (Forum the Shopping Mall)

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~$20/pax
Located at Forum the Shopping Mall in Singapore, Uma Uma Ramen serves ramen in a true Hakata Style with thin delicious noodles, made according to a family recipe, and a robust and aromatic tonkotsu stock.

583 Orchard Road
#01-41/42/43 Forum the Shopping Mall
Singapore 238884

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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Reviews

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Tonkotsu broth, chasiu, spring onions, black fungus, spicy miso, egg 》$16.80

Creamy and savoury bowl of tonkotsu broth with the usual and typical type of straight and thin noodles. The broth was rich and flavourful but it was also a little oily. The chasiu was tender soft and it comes with black fungus for the extra crunch.

Chopped chasiu, spring onions, chilli oil, bamboo shoots, leeks, sesame seeds and onsen egg 》$17

The chasiu are tender soft and nicely torched. They uses the thick and curly type of noodles which addes more chewiness/springy and resilient texture which holds more sauce on it. The addition of sesame seeds did enhance the overall fragrance.

Pardon the messy bowl of noodles coz we only realised they missed out the chasiu after mixing and tossing the egg and noodles together. The friendly staff just got their chef to add the portion of chasiu on the side. Vegetarian option is also available without chasiu at $15.

The bonito tonkotsu broth was really fragrant and carried bold flavour. The minced onion helped to cut through the strong flavour while giving additional crunches. The sliced lime also added a nice tangy kick. Love the sightly curly noodle used here.

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While the broth was quite thick and spicy, it was surprisingly sweet to the extent of being jelat. Le bf and I both didn't like the broth because of the overpowering sweetness- which we couldn't even figure out what the source was (definitely not sugar). Such a pity because the rest of the ingredients like the chasiu and straight noodle were pretty good!

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The ramen is pretty good, although not at par with the best ramen in town; I personally even prefer the under-rated Bari-Uma located at nearby Tanglin Shopping Centre. The original ramen comes with an unusual lime-flavoured broth. Side dishes are nothing to write home about.

The ramen is pretty good, although not at par with the best ramen in town; I personally even prefer the under-rated Bari-Uma located at nearby Tanglin Shopping Centre. The original ramen comes with an unusual lime-flavoured broth. Side dishes are nothing to write home about.

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