Ho Chak! In Japan Bari-Uma Pavilion Elite
Ho Chak! In Japan episode 3 offers a very special food in Japan, ramen. In Japan, Gary and Orange travelled to Fukuoka and Beppu. They tasted different versions of ramen in Japan and in Malaysia, they went to Bari-Uma, a ramen restaurant originated from Hiroshima.
Ho Chak! In Japan TV Series is filmed in Japan and Malaysia. For the first half of the show, the hosts will bring us to different places in Japan for food and then Gary and Orange will recommend the local Japanese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. There will be 10 episodes of Ho Chak! In Japan on Malaysia TV Channel 8TV 6pm on every Sunday.
Bari-Uma Ramen Restaurant started off with their first outlet in Jaya Shopping Center. They expanded to Mitsui Premium Outlets, MYTown Shopping Mall and Pavilion Elite. They have over 37 outlets in Japan and two outlets in Singapore.
We tasted their ramen at the Mitsui Premium Outlets a few months ago as it was highly recommended by my sister.
What we love about their ramen is the broth. They use pork and chicken bone for their ramen broth. It takes them 10 hours to create the broth.
For their ramen, they cooked it like it is in Hiroshima. The ramen is cooked in automated ramen ‘machine’ and all the ingredients for the ramen is the same in Japan. You get that authentic Hiroshima ramen taste in all the Bari-Uma ramen restaurant.
What we love about their broth is, it is flavourful and not too oily. It depends on individual preferences as some prefer thick and oily broth but I prefer the Bari-Uma version.
Another thing we wanted to highlight is their ‘cha siew’, grilled pork belly. Their pork belly is imported from Germany and marinated before char grilled to perfection.
This collaboration with Ho Chak! In Japan thanks to Fun Japan, for more info visit their website at https://malaysia.fun-japan.jp/
Please take note that Ho Chak! In Japan is also available on https://www.tonton.com.my/
Bari Uma Pavilion Elite Address:
7.101.01 & S7.101.00 Pavilion Elite, 168, Jalan Raja Chulan, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia