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The most high profile, all vegetarian restaurant in the National Capital Region, it showcases the food of Myanmar. Not much attention has been paid to our close neighbour, whose cuisine is impacted by China, India and Thailand among others. So, there is a samosa soup, samosa salad and several varieties of khao suey, all delicious and authentic. The managerial staff is knowledgeable about the food and can suggest dishes to try. Myanmar is an important tea producer − the fermented leaf even finds its way into a couple of dishes including the tealeaf salad. The desserts are completely western.
Nice cozy place. Good ambience.Limited seating hence reservation recommended. Totally vegetarian, serves no alcohol, still it is crowded all the time. Good Menu, lots of starters and salads varities. Food is good, try the soft buns- it has different flavors. Salads and soups are tasty too. Staff is pleasent. Overall good burmese food, try it!
It is a pure vegetarian restaurant and is good to eat once a while. Cant go their regularly. The food is very different but is dominated by coconut flavour in most of the dishes. So if you dont like coconut, dont plan on going there. The tea is really good and i would recommend everyone to must try the tea after dinner.
I had heard a lot about this restaurant from family and friends and hence decided to finally go and visit this place. I must confess that the food is average. Nothing wow see for me. The service was a disappointment considering the fact that the restaurant was only 75 percent full. The deserts were the best on the menu.
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A fabulous vegetarian restaurant that's taken over Delhi ever since it's arrival from Mumbai .
Must have's are Mango Salad that's made with Raw Mango, Cabbage and onions and topped with tamarind sauce - Absolutely delicious ! Another must have is their Lacha Parantha with Creamy Corn and Khao Suey . Avoid the Coconut rice with Peanut Sauce as I found it too dry and a little bland.
Do make a reservation or risk having to wait quite a bit for a table.
Great service by the staff with the management working even harder to enhance your experience.
A repeat visit to the restaurant but with friends who had not been there before. While the novelty of the cuisine (Burmese but vegetarian) is definitely a plus point for the first time visitor, the consistently good quality of the food and the uniqueness of flavours coupled with the excellent service makes this a great place in the NCR.