Mandalay Noodle Restaurant
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- Mandalay Noodle RestaurantAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4First to ReviewNov 08, 2013
I'm all about trying exotic foods, so when the opportunity came to try some Southeast Asian cuisine, I was good to go!!! Burmese food! One word - YUMMY!!! Akin to Thai food, a lot of coconut milk and curry is used.
Since it's called Mandalay Noodle, I had to try the noodles! So far, I've had the:
Moh Hin Gha (Fish chowder rice noodle soup)
See Kyat Kaukswe (Fried Garlic Chicken or Pork with noodle)
Ohn Noh Kaukswe (Chicken coconut noodle soup)
Falooda (ice cream, jelly, tapioca with rose flavor)
Shwe Yin Aye (coconut milk with jelly, tapioca, bread, sweet rice, green jelly)
All were very tasty and very appealing to the eye. The noodles were thick and very flavorful. The desserts were very colorful, and not too sweet.
If you're looking to try some good noodles that are different from Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Vietnamese styles, try Burmese! You'll enjoy the experience!