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Burmese food is, by far, my favorite in the world and this place didn’t disappoint. We tried everything - mint chicken, platha, beef kebat, tea leaf salad, and coconut nice. Everything was excellent and we will be back
After hearing and reading rave reviews about this place, one thing true is the great food. It was my first Burmese cuisine dinner. Service on the other hand is just awful. I’ve had better service at an average chain restaurant than this place. From not...More
Ordered way too much and went totally family style. Everything was original and tasty. I loved the garlic rice and chili chicken!!!
Price was a bit much but you are in Chinatown and the food was well worth it!
I was excited about going to this restaurant but was disappointed because the food was so salty. From the Tea Leaf Salad, to the Coconut chicken curry, and the Samosa appetizer, all salty. Disappointing
Came for an early dinner. Tea leaf salad was good but did not use tea leaves as in Burma. Still tasty though. Also had the mint chicken dish and garlic fried rice. Both good but not really Burmese. Anyway, even if not totally authentic, it...More
We didn’t have reservations but were accommodated immediately at the bar. We were there for the First Friday Art Walk, so the restaurant was very full. We shared an order of the pineapple curry shrimp with brown rice. Super fast service, more than we could...More
My wife read about this restaurant on another site (one I do not use!) and wanted to try it. I have been to most SE Asian countries, but not Mynmar so I was enthusiastic to try something new - I was not disappointed. The Tea...More
The dish I enjoyed here was the Burmese Tea Leaf Salad, my husband enjoyed the Rainbow Salad. Also good here is the Crisp Tofu stuffed with salad. Lots of good salads, some of the best salads I tasted in Hawaii.
Four of us went for dinner, three of them thought this is awesome food, one could not handle the flavors. They loved the Tea Salad and marveled at it. One thought it was okay and all sorts of seeds and nuts which all seemed to...More
My daughter told us that she had a great lunch experience at Rangoon so we decided to try it for dinner. We knew it was BYOB so my wife packed her martini gear and enjoyed the time reviewing the interesting menu with help from the...More