Strong and flavored ramen soup, If you’re fan of pork try it. If not, go for the vegetarian choice. Small and warm place, done until 10:30. Good choice for a quick dinner with friends!
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We had Karaage-teishoku, Kakuni ramen, and Tantan-men. The chicken karaage was juicy and moist, though I like the outside more crunchy (but was still good!). Kakuni in my ramen was thick and very tender that I could cut it easily with my chopsticks. Uma Uma...More
This is one of my favorite spots in Guadalajara. I can't think of many options better than UMA UMA. Their japanese food is just delicious. Not much to be said, you just gotta go and try for your self. You won't regret it. Try and...More
I and my bf had gyoza, vege ramen and tonkatsu curry (deep fried, breaded pork with curry). except ramen which was still nothing special, the other dishes were quite terribble.. 1. the dough for gyoza(fried) was way too thick so it was easily breakable that...More
The ramen was a little undercooked and the pot stickers dry but it wasnt bad for Japanese food. A tiny little place a few mins from us. I wouldn go again for the deep fried chicken to give them a second chance.
La comida de Uma Uma ha mejorado muchísimo. Siempre han estado muy ricos los ramen, pero nunca me gustaban mucho los otros platos. Ahora, todos esta muy rico. Lo único negativo del lugar es que hace mucho calor adentro--a veces esta incómodo. The food at...More
There are many Japanese restaurants in Guadalajara that are much better than this. Most of the dishes are noodle-based and they do have Japanese beer. The fried crab ball appetizer (I don't remember it's name) was pretty good. However, I don't see a need to...More
The udon was delicious; two of us enjoyed it. The entradas were average, typical gyoza, nothing special, and that goes for the little crab cakes too. The mango drink was average as well. The chairs are uncomfortable and the environment way scaled down. Go here...More