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Posted by Anonymous on 06/17/2013
The food was delicious! My fiancé and I had the thousand layer bread, green bean and peanut salad, and I noodle dish. Everything was yummy but the green beans were just amazing. I could eat that dish everyday and be happy. Prices are very affordable as well. Excited to go back and try more dishes!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/25/2012
We always always have a great meal here!
Posted by Peou on 05/01/2012
First time at the restuarant. Food was surprisingly good and the price was ok. The staff was very friendly. We are looking forward in returning soon :)
Posted by Dhillons on 04/21/2012
This restaurant has urged me to write the review. It was great food that I had at restaurant in quite sometime. Even my kids who are very picky eaters found something to eat and enjoyed it very much. We started with an appetizer of thousand layer bread with chicken which for one person is a meal in itself. Chicken Keema was great entree, minced chicken along with assorted vegetables on a delicious bread. To end it all with the delicious ice cream desert of "Farluda" which you cannot miss. To top it all, prices are very nominal and people are very friendly. There is a lot of diversity in the menu and it will take me a lot of visits to taste all the different varieties !!
Posted by Adam on 03/31/2012
Tried it for the first time--never had Burmese food, it was very good, similar to Thai. Service was a bit off, had to remind them about drinks, but I'd go back--nice place, food was very good, friendly staff.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/06/2011
Having never had Burmese food before, I didn't know what to expect. The culinary style is not quite Chinese, not quite Thai, not quite Vietnamese, not quite Indian...it's a style all its own that has some elements of all the aforementioned cuisines. Rangoon has a large menu with a great vegetarian selection, a pleasant atmosphere and some of the nicest service I've encountered at any restaurant in the city. It's easily one of my favorites to eat in and take out.
Posted by Cheese on 02/24/2011
Rangoon is, ironically, I suppose, my favorite restaurant in Chinatown (it's a Burmese joint, obviously). The basil noodles (whether with beef, pork, or tofu) are out of this world. The thousand-layer bread is also great, as are the house salad and soups. The prices are more than reasonable, the service is excellent, and you'll always feel welcome, even if you're just stopping in for takeout.