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Posted by pete on 2015-04-06
Hopefully this place never closes down since it is truly the only authentic burmese restaurant in nyc. Almost as good as a true burmese mom's home cooking. The food and value are phenomenal but owner should work in the decor and be more "burmese" to its b
Posted by DProtter on 2014-12-26
My family and I spent our Christmas Day dinner feasting on and enjoying ourselves here. Excellent choice one that will not be forgotten !
Posted by Anonymous on 2013-12-26
We've been to this restaurant several times for lunch, each time we enjoyed both the service and the food.
I highly recommend the Rice Salad, Golden Triangles, Arthi-Zon Hin & Lentils and Yellow Bean Rice. And for dessert: Mango Icecream.
Posted by Anonymous on 2013-08-12
I only order delivery, but *everything* I've tried is fantastic.
Posted by 77th street local on 2013-03-15
Their lunch special is of great value - especially the pork/chicken/beef curry with potatoes.
the same food for dinner (with a bigger portion) however may not be of great value. however the lunch special is of good value. the soup that comes with the l
Posted by Ediemagic on 2013-02-19
I miss living near this place. My roommate and I ate here at least twice a week.
Now I take an hour commute train and bus to enjoy this great and interesting food!
Posted by Liz L. on 2012-10-22
I recently ordered from Mingala for the second time. I seem to have chosen better the first time, when I ordered a chicken curry dish. This time, I tried the Rangoon noodles, which were pretty plain with almost no duck but for a few pieces of fat), and
Posted by mihai on 2012-10-11
This place is pretty much Chinese/Thai fusion. There are no quality Burmese restaurants in NYC :( The best is in SF.