The menu is still huge and takes some studying. The thali sets were just enough food, with the mutton vindaloo having the right amount of spicy kick. The Shrimp Tikka was succulent but could have been more succulent, if that makes any sense.
Their menu is structured like a newspaper. It even has a name: The Palace Times. But that’s okay for a menu, so on to the ordering. This menu offers a variety of Indian food from all over the subcontinent.
Aroma is a famous Indian restaurant in Bagan and is now opening a new branch in Yangon. They have a diverse palette of Indian food from Briyani to Curry. The two storey restaurant is more spacious and better for family gatherings. They have new menus coming in for both of their branches.
The authenticity of North Indian Cuisine and Indian Chinese fusion food combines all time “Food in my home country, India, is just not food: it is infused with the endless and immeasurable ingredient called love, which makes it special. In the past few years, there has been a huge difference between the ethnic food available in Myanmar compared to the food available in India because of the scarcity of ingredients and a qualified cook. Luckily indian food, which we have left far away in our hometown, is now more available here in Myanmar, promising the same flavors. „ Arpit Pareek Owner, Indian Tadka Chicken Tikka © Bawarchi EnjoyIt / June 2015 32 favourites like murg malai kebab, chicken tikka, tandoori prawns, and mutton rogan josh. For vegetarians, there are also many choices including bharwa paneer tikka, paneer butter masala, palak kofta, vegetable jalfrezi and lots more to try.
Define Foodfare as “Fusion Kitchen”. Although they may also offer certain fusion cuisines, it primarily means that their kitchen is the melting pot of various flavours and cooking techniques. Foodfare simply represents “an array of food” and as our slogan states, they aspire to become a “One Stop Solution for Food”.
They serve Myanmar, Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Thai and European delicacies. Traditional tea-shop style breakfast is also served every morning. Further, there is also a buffet available for weekend dinners at a very reasonable price.
Well known among both locals and expats, Golden City Chetty Restaurant is always bustling with customers who enjoy good, authentic Indian food without having to sacrifice their wallet. For less than $2, you can get allyou- can-eat thali set with a choice of rice or for a few cents more, additional servings of puri, dosa or chapati.
Indian Tadka opened its new branch in Kantharyar shopping mall. Indian Tadka offers more than palatable Indian classics in a well-curated environment with better-than-average service—you wouldn’t expect a restaurant in this price range to change your plates between courses. Its curry-house feel and shareable dishes make it the perfect place to amass a group of pals for a night of Indian fare.
Indian Tadka new branch near bogalay street bringing luscious cuisine and a world of fusion taste with magical spices to get an exotic INDIAN food experience.
Indian Tadka now at Myanmar Plaza, bringing luscious cuisine and a world of fusion taste with magical spices to get an exotic INDIAN food experience.
If you are looking for a tasty masala dosa with a basic setting and friendly service, this (very) cheap eat next to Sule Pagoda is it. Ingyin serves South Indian food, with fresh sambar and the usual daily changing Thali which they refill until you are full.
Mangalam South Indian Cuisine is based on the principles stated above. Chef Himanshu, Praveen and Hari are experienced chefs from the top South Indian restaurants in Indi. They are in Yangon serving authentic South Indian cuisine.
The ambiance at Mangalam is peaceful and tranquil. They pride themselves on running a clean and cozy restaurant at the crossing of Boglayzay Street & Merchant Road.
This tiny restaurant in the heart of downtown serves what is regarded as some of the best Indian and Nepalese food in the city. The vegetarian Thali set is particularly popular. Don’t expect fine dining, but just a couple of tables and wall fans.
A busy, no-nonsense Indian restaurant in the heart of downtown, New Delhi is popular among the locals. They serve a selection of rather oily South Indian dishes as well as a good selection of vegetarian foods.