The chapati is awesome. And you get free tea with your meal. If I would stay longer in Mandalay I would eat there every night!!
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We ate here twice and had two somewhat different experiences. The first time we ate here it was our first night in Myanmar and we came around 530 pm. The food was amazing, we shared a large “chapati” (what I would call Roti), a biryani...More
A really tasty India/ Burmese fusion restaurant, set up right on a busy junction, which was really quite cool watching the traffic whizz by! We ordered a mutton keema and vegetable curry which came with an unlimited supply of salad and pickles. It wasn't the...More
The first thing I thought: "am I that in the right place?". At first glance, it seems very dirty and messy, but come on, we can't compare the restaurants in Mandalay with the Western standard, right? Seeing the cars queu (Yes, seems a drive thru)...More
Nay is buzzing with fun and food. The owners are now 16 years old and have the place humming. Our table was roadside, our food was tasty (traditional Burmese) with some yummy side dishes. The chapatis tasted great. Food served quickly with a lot of...More
On street Chapati production line must be seen and on street kitchen. I really enjoyed the food - biggest and best chapatis I've ever tasted - and the service is amazing - especially when the average age of the waiting staff is around 12 years...More
We ate there based on Lonely Planets recommendation (so many of them seem to be closed as of 2016!) Food was fresh, chapatis are enormous, and our boy-server was charismatic and attentive. Best chapati we have had in Myanmar. They were out of the mutton...More
It was the epicenter of this summer's unrest in Mandalay. This was a very popular place and it is a shame, but unlikely it will continue in its present location.
Amazing chapatti and good mutton and beef curry - there were queues of people lining up to get take away when we were there. Prices are extremely reasonable and service is friendly and quick and the atmosphere is good.
The location is perfect. It is on the street and watch Chapati is being made. The waiter is very friendly. The mutton curry is very tender. The chicken Briyani is good. The price is reasonably not expensive for street food. I like the atmosphere. Evening...More