Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Inle Myanmar Restaurant

I've never been to Myanmar; would love to one day. But i've got many Burmese friends who came upon as being friendly, easy-going and mild-mannered.

Today, our 1st bite into Myanmar cuisine at Inle Restaurant (basement of Peninsula Plaza).

Am having their $7 nett Lunch special that includes a Rice or Noodle with a Dessert of choice. Superb value for an all new experience.

Mohinga ($6.50)

"Mohinga is the most famous traditional Myanmar rice noodle (Khau Kswe) in fish broth, served with egg, fish cake and chickpea fritters. An all time favourite noodle dish of Myanmar, eaten throughout the day and during festive occasions."

Mohinga draw resembles to our local Mee Siam. The little spiciness and sour tang whets the appetite.

Butter Rice with Pork Curry ($7.50)

The most popular being this combo set of thick savory Curry with Portuguese-styled Butter Rice.

An enjoyable palate of melt-in-the mouth Porky and aromatic Butter rice.

Hpa Luda 'rose scented' dessert ($4)

"All-time Myanmar's favourite dessert - Vanilla Ice Cream, Glass Jelly, Agar agar, Sago and Egg Pudding in sweet syrup" I definitely enjoyed my fusion of Vanilla Ice-cream with Rose Syrup.

Myanmar Hsanwin Makin ($3)

"Myanmar sweet cake baked with semolina flour." A rather tough and oily piece.

We had promised ourselves a repeat visit here to try out more of the interesting item on their lunch menu.

Worthy a special mention of the pleasant service here. The staffs were attentive and patient; it helps for our 1st time into Myanmar dining.

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