I chose to go to Burmese ouse with a few friends.
I had been there before, but not for a while.
I had forgotten just how good the food was. A cross between Thai and Indian but with more flavour and very fresh. Tamarind is the star.
The staff are very helpful and friendly and you can see the cooking happen in front if you in the open kitchen.
The tamarind lamb, mandelay mout te (noodles with chicken, tamarind and others) plus stir fried fish were simply awesome. Everyone wants to go again!!
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