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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mandalay Kitchen

380 Broome St. (Mott & Mulberry Sts.) Send to Phone
212-226-4218

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Lunch Sat.-Sun., Dinner nightly
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mandalay Kitchen Restaurant Review

: Similar to Thai cuisine but with Indian influences thrown in, Burmese food is robust and features coconut milk, curry spices and exotic produce. A Burmese meal traditionally begins with soup or a selection of appetizers and/or noodles. Here, the thick coconut-noodle soup is perfumed with makrut-lime leaves. The tastes here range from the somewhat bland panthey egg noodles with tomatoes, cabbage, lime juice and a sweet curry sauce to a Burmese salad of tea leaves and nuts that has a strong flavor (it isn’t to everyone’s liking). Although there are a handful of decent wines, your best bet is to order Thai beer.
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