- Frederick BOn a lunch break, we stopped in to grab some food. No experience with Burmese food, so I figured it would be similar to Nepalese. Yes and no, distinctive differences, but I was blown away by the Kabet Lamb and Biryani rice. I overstuffed myself and would have been miserable for it, but it was so incredibly good I don't regret it at all. This place has been my best dining experience in Hawaii yet. I highly recommend it if you are a fan of bold and unique flavors. We will be back here a few more times during out stay here. Every one of our party of five was raving about how good lunch was. We are all experienced world travelers, but this is one of my top favorite dining experiences. The restaurant is clean and have expect staff. Not pretentious or haughty, just wonderful people bringing a sliver of their culture for us to appreciate.
- JohnnyFive NWe've been here a couple of times, very good. We had the Rangoon Tea Leaf Salad, Mashed Potato Salad and the Garlic Noodle with tofu. The atmosphere is very chill and the staff is kind and knowledgeable. We will definitely be going back again.... and again. See you there! Aloha
- Marty MStaff was attentive, pleasant and efficient. Clean and attractive restaurant. We had crispy tofu, which was delicious and beautiful presentation. Malaysian Pork curry did not look like any curry that I was familiar with, but was very tasty with a perfect blend of spices. The fried rice also very good. This was our first time at this restaurant and trying out Burmese food was an adventure that we were very pleased with. Will definitely return!
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