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jen kalb | Apr 17, 202105:11 PM     3

Its pretty amazing to eat Burmese food in ones own neighborhood. Finally COVID and all we made it over to this newcomer at Prospect and Classon Aves which presents its dishes with style and a menu of specialtdy cocktails and craft beers. Based on this one experience Id say its worth a visit, the food was delicious and well cooked (for example in a chicken curry the chicken was extremely tender and not a bit overcooked), with lots of nice touches; On the mild side but lots of flavors. I hasten to say, not a cheap eat or presented as such. Seating on the streetside as well as in a garden.

Rangoon

www.rangoon.nyc
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