Ramen joint from Fukuoka, Japan, specializing in authentic Hakata style ramen. Uma Uma’s range of ramen features a rich, robust tonkotsu (pork bones) broth made from a family recipe, served with distinctive thin noodles. With five soup-based ramen and three ‘dry’ ramen on the menu, crowd-favourites include the Uma Uma Ramen ($16), which consists of pork belly chashu, spring onions, black fungus, spicy miso and ajitama eggs, the Spicy Chasiu Ramen ($16), a spicy version of the Uma Uma Ramen with additional spicy marinade and leeks, and the Mazesoba Chasiu ($17) which is a dry ramen topped with diced chasiu, spring onions, bamboo shoots, chilli oil, leeks, sesame seeds and an onsen egg, where you’re required to toss it thoroughly before digging it.
The chachiu also features Uma Uma’s selection of donburi starting at $6, as well as as an additional topping ($3) along with add-ons like Tamago (egg $2), Menma (bamboo shoots $1.5) and Mentaiko (pollack roe $5), that also appears in other popular items like Mentaiko ‘dry’ Ramen ($17), Mentaiko Dashi Maki Tamago ($6)and One-bite Gyoza ($9).
In addition, Uma Uma at Millenia Walk serves up an assortment of yakitori (grilled skewers over charcoal) and (deep-fried breaded skewers), prepared à la minute and paired with homemade sauces, on top of Japanese beer, sake, spirits and cocktails by Horse’s Mouth Bar.