111 North Bridge Road
#B1-07 A/B Peninsula Plaza
Singapore 179098

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Tofu noodles was pretty similar to what I had in Yangon, not too bad. But portions were really small despite the higher price.

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of its own. It's made out of yellow pea and held it's crispness outside and firmness inside well, and was not at all mushy. Plus, it's so flavourful and when dipped with the chilli, it's amazing.

One of the sides in our set meal! ($14.90)

Highly reco by my friend, Inle Myanmar is authentic and nestled in a B1 stretch together with other Burmese restaurants.

We tried the national dish of Mohinga (at the back! Which is rice noodle and fish soup, together with crispy yellow pea) as well as Shan Noodles which is rice noodles with a mix of savoury sauces.

We also have here the pickled tea leaves salad which definitely gives a kick with the sour vinegarish taste. Well rounded flavours and healthy too.

For $14.90 set meal each, we got a main, side and drink!

Comfort food. Noodles used is meepok and the pork ribs is soft and nicely braised. My favourite is the side dish fried tofu. the tofu is made from yellow peas different from chinese tofu. It goes well with the dip.

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A very Southeast Asian dessert. All the usual suspects - syrup, milk, agar agar, sago, grass jelly. The interesting bit is the egg pudding dunked in too.


Served with soup And rice
It's only chicken curry on the menu but u can request for them to change to a pork curry

There's a little bit of the pork stench and the curry taste is really unique. Pork pieces without any fat was rather tough and dry while the dish was quite oily as well. Still it wasn't all bad