This Burmese restaurant is very good. I went with a group of friends and there was plenty of food for vegetarians and carnivores alike.
The salads and soups are excellent. Try the Tea Leaf Salad (order two if you are more than 3 people sharing), and the Samusa soup, which is described as "Soup made of bean base, curry leaf, broken samusa, lentil, crunchy yellow bean, cabbage, onion and mint leaf." It is excellent.
I had the Pan Fry Okra Prawns which were very good, the okra is just lightly fried and the prawns were full of flavor.
This is definitely a good place to visit whether you are a novice with Burmese cuisine or an expert, the staff is very friendly and accommodating.