Monday, August 28

Inle Myanmar Restaurant

111 North Bridge Road, #B1-07 Peninsular Plaza T. 6333 5438

This little hole in the wall was just such an excellent find. It has an interesting array of Burmese dishes including one of my favourites, mo hing ga (top)– a noodle in a thickened fish broth with lemongrass that I have only ever eaten in a friend’s home. I am no expert in Burmese food, since I have neither been there nor tasted Burmese dishes extensively but the café serves a delicoious enough selection. We tried the tea leaves salad (top left) – tasty and full of crunch from lentils that was added to it; the fried tofu was deliciously light and melted in your mouth; the curry (bottom left) tasted like a milder version of the curries we get here. The fried kway teow (fried rice noodles) that they claim to be typically Burmese, tastes just like the Penang fried kway teow, only with crunchy lentils added. The prices were easy on the pocket. Average cost per dish was S$5 / US$3.


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