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#B1-07B Peninsular Plaza
Telephone: (65) 6333-5438
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Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm, daily

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    » 2 Reviews for “Inle Myanmar Restaurant ” - Restaurants

  1. chyeadrian
     06 Sep 2012 at 1:43 am

    Visited Inle Myanmar Restaurant with a group of burmese Friends the other day. Here are my takes on the restaurant :

    It is a fusion of Chinese, Malay and Indian Food.

    They had Indian style curries. Chinese style dishes such as claypotrice, fried noodles and Malay style desserts such as the kueh and bandung.

    Taste We all ordered the butter rice with chicken curry. The butter rice was the dish of the day. We could literally eat the butter rice without any other gravy. The chicken curry was decent and it complements the butter rice.

    Environment and Service Could do better in this area. As we had to wait around 20 minutes for our dishes to be served. Only one or two senior waiters were capable of speaking fluent english. We had difficulty getting recommendations from the first waiter.

    Price It is very affordable considering is a restaurant. $7 dollar for one set of butter rice meal, which includes soup and salads.

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    1. Uncle Ricky
       19 Jun 2009 at 5:14 pm

      On a lazy Friday afternoon, I went with 3 colleagues to Inle for lunch, hoping to finish lunch in under 40 mins and have some time for shopping at Funan.

      When we got in, there wasn't alot of people. I ordered the Moun Hin Ga, which was recommended to me by the waiter. I also ordered the Say Kalama with my set lunch.

      Maybe it's me but I always ended up having my order delayed or wrongly delivered. Maybe it's the waiters all watching the developments in their home country or something but it took a while for our orders to be taken and we waited for 20 mins.

      Mine came last.

      On first sight, the noodles looks devilishly hot and spicy. But it's not as hot as I expected, having been accustomed to Thai cruisine from my many visits to Thailand. The noodles were springy enough but the egg was slightly blacked on the edge of the yolk, which would suggest to me it wasn't freshly made (could be last night or the morning). Anyways, since I am counting my calories, I decided to dispense with the egg yolk.

      Surprisingly, the drink was not as sweet as I thought it would be (since in Thailand, coloured drinks usually sparred no sugar in the making). Maybe it's the Burmese, maybe the cook didn't add alot of sugar but it was a refreshing drink nonetheless.

      All in all, we took close to an hour since coming into the place to finishing our meal.

      Prices are decent, too. For those who like Thai and Vietnamese food and wants to experience something different but not too far off, try Inle. It's nice enough with lotsa variety in the menu.

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