While you can easily find Chinese, Thai or Japanese restaurants, this is the one that is dedicated to Burmese food. Tucked away in one of the bylanes of Kala Ghoda the restaurant is a beautiful space with dark wooden furniture, brightly coloured umbrellas forming a canopy on the ceiling and small Burmese artefacts to decorate the space. The catch here is that the entire menu is vegetarian and dishes can even be made Jain on request. Popular dishes include their 'Khow Suey', a meal without it seems almost incomplete here, 'Samosa Soup' and the 'Steamed Buns'. If you are a tea connoisseur then you will enjoy their extensive collection.