Had a delicious and flavorful lunch. Service was quick and friendly. We’re vegetarian and had plenty of options.
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First time Burmese food for our quiet little group. Two of our dishes were quite good. One, a tofu/curry, was bland for a curry dish. The service was basic, with a little bit possibly of an attitude. We would not go again - too many...More
We had dinner for our twins' birthday and everyone was satisfied: my husband who prefers a steakhouse, my daughter who is a vegan, me (pescatarian), 2 young grandsons who were primarily interested in dessert and fidgeting. We had fun and a very good meal. The...More
First of all, we have to thank the restaurant owner, his son, and the friendly servers for giving us a wonderful first Burmese cuisine experience! Just can't express how much we've enjoyed dining there. We learned a lot from the Myanmar culture to the Burmese...More
We upon our friend's recommendation and really enjoyed our dinner. In addition to the samosas and ginger salad (which our 3 year old great nephew loved!), we tried their chicken in coconut cream sauce, the curried beef with cilantro and pork with sour mustard (which...More
Enjoyed eating hear a few times-flavorable and reasonable prices! Really enjoyed rice and noodle dishes!
It's been a long time since we had Burmese food, and this place fell a bit short of my recollections. I liked this place but did not love it. The portions are pretty small, but the prices are on the low side for dinner. I...More
This place was highly recommended by a vegetarian friend as having great food and reasonable prices. Correct on both counts! Meat lovers will also be happy. A standout dish: the LetThoke Sone was a thing of beauty with glass noodles, onion and tofu. Amazing texture...More