Authentic Burmese food.
#B1-07A Peninsula Plaza, 111 North Bridge Road
T: 6333 5438
The oily curries taste like a failed fusion of Thai and Indian food, but signature dishes like mohinga (noodles and chickpea fritters in fishy broth) and pickled tea leaf salad (an explosion of flavours and textures) are so unique you'll get cravings for them.
Set meals with a drink and side are a good value and help solve the challenge of figuring out what to order — the Burmese staff are good at recommending dishes for first-timers.
By Tanya Procyshyn
Last updated on 15th November, 2014.