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Aung Mingalar Shan Noodle Restaurant
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Asian
Dining options: Breakfast
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Dining options: Breakfast
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Dumpling is recommended, but if you come alone it is rather big. Smoothie is good. Reasonable price. Staffs are not super friendly, maybe it's a busy place...they have lots to do.

Thank Monica W
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Reviewed 23 March 2018 via mobile

Best noodles I’ve ever had! I had the pork Shan noodles and even though I was full I had to finish them they were that good...

Thank david W
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Reviewed 17 March 2018

I went to Aung Mingalar on my last trip to Yangon, tried my first Shan noodles, and was hooked. I made it a point to go back this time, too. I've tried a few varieties of noodle "salad," but the noodle soup looks good, too. Very reasonably priced. I got a very large Myanmar beer, a noodle salad, and a small bowl of soup as a starter for 4500 MMK (around 3 USD).

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Thank Marley M
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

This is a simply fabulous and totally authentic local place.
It's in a very central location a couple of blocks north west of the main rail station of Yangon.
The Shan noodles are absolutely terrific, hand-cut sticky noodles with delicious sauces, only 2000 Kyats for a bowl with chicken or pork, served as soup or salad.
But for an amazing treat also try the fried dumplings. These are a kind of meat and spinach filled wonton fried in a tempura batter and served like a whole pancake of tasty mouthfuls, with a dipping sauce. Only 4000 Kyats for a circle with about 20 very filling wontons in it. Utterly irresistible!
The menu has photos and English descriptors of the dishes, with prices hand-written on sticky labels. The young women who serve as very good waiters seem to understand English well, and orders are promptly served.
Green tea is served free with meals, but they also have beer and freshly made fruit juices.
We have visited twice, and will be going back for sure.
Best place in town!

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Thank TedSweet67
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Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

Always a good sign when all of the tables are full and you have to wait a couple of minutes to be seated! I have come back twice in the last three days for the delicious local food. The boiled dumpling soup bowl is yummeh, and the fresh lime juice is very refreshing on a hot day. Lively mix of locals and expats eating here. Devadasi recommended.

Thank Devadasi1
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