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We have been at 2 other Burmese restaurants which are rated in the top 10. Both ate frequented by tourists only which is not a predicate of authenticity.
So we decided to have dinner at this place.
There is quite an influence if Chinese which...is good after days of average Burmese food.
Friendly and helpful staff.
We did have soups, fried vegs and a chicken dish.
All dishes were fantastically cooked and way cheaper than the other placed we visited the days before.More
What a surprise.
On the roof top of a house located in the city ( not a typical location for a rest..) we found this Gem.
Fair prices ( cheap for Westerners) nice dishes and tasty food.
Make sure you have a taxi ready to...take you back to your hotel.
As to the experience, you'll like it!More
A typical Chinese restaurant. That is, by our standards, a very basic interior. No frills, it's all about the food here. We sat on the first floor, at low tables with reasonable chairs. The service was good and friendly. We had crispy duck and steamed...fish in sweet and sour sauce. Both were very tasty. We really enjoyed our meal here and would recommend this restaurant.More
The place is a bit further away from the palace/ city centre. We got taken to the third floor which is a nice rooftop terrace. The restaurant was mainly visited by locals. First we received a “western menu” but when we asked for the drinks...menu we also received a second menu which had many more and cheaper options to choose and try. The food was okay, maybe the way it was presented just on simple white plates (very simple/basic) with nothing around (colour/leaves/decoration etc.) didn’t help. Felt a bit like that they didn’t want us there unlike in the other restaurants in Myanmar. It was all a bit odd that evening - maybe bad timing.More
With 3 floors of restaurant space, this diner has enough dining space that matches their very large menu!
On entry, the ground floor looks rather like it caters for the local community, the first floor has an air-conditioned dining room, and the top terrace is...open air, where we chose to sit, on a very warm evening with an ice cold Myanmar beer.
There are 2 menus to choose from, the BBQ menu and the Ala carte Asian menu.
We opted for the Asian cuisine, that included a Rakhine-style clay pot.
All portions were rather large for just the 2 of us, and this restaurant would therefore be perfect for a large group of people, allowing them to taste a large variety of dishes.
The menu is made easier for the diner by dividing the selections into the different proteins offered, and there are photographs of every dish on offer.
We thoroughly enjoyed their duck claypot, the basil chicken and the two-way style prawns. The prawns were large, tasty and super-fresh.
The price of our meal was very reasonable for the type and amount of food we received.
The service is prompt, and the food is fresh...a perfect end to a day of touring in Mandalay's unrelenting heat!!More
This is one of my favorite places I’ve eaten so far in Mandalay. The food is DELICIOUS, it came fast, and it was served in a very large portion (the main course not the appetizer — the app was actually pretty small although very good)....I had the cashew chicken. I have found that a lot of restaurants tend to be stingy with the cashews and sometimes the chicken too and it’s mostly a pile of corns and carrots. Not the case here — it arrived in a large plate with rice and tons of chicken and cashews on top of the veggies and it tasted great. (Just watch for the peppers!) I also had the bbq Portland appetizer which was awesome. Seriously delicious food.
The servings was so large that I left with takeout for a full meal tomorrow night. My server Zaw Win Tun was really friendly and his English was great. Overall service was excellent and I would highly recommend.
My only word of caution would be that the they stop serving part of the menu well before 11pm (didn’t look at the clock but I think it was around 10:15) so just be sure to plan ahead and don’t come in after 10 if you want a full meal. But as I said, it’s a great place I will definitely come back to!More
I Google and saw this restourant recommended, end up they don't have those traditional Burmese food , and I have to pay 1800 kyat for this noodle, the food not taste good at all , too salty so disappointed