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We ate here as part of our tour - think the restaurant is owned by Indochina Services. We got the set meals which was spring rolls, lentil soup, fishcakes, pork, friend veg, and rice. the food just kept on coming. We also got a drink...More
We ate at Monsoon and it has lost its glory since our last visit 8 years ago. The upstairs shop is gone, and the food is now lackluster. The tofu in tamarind was bland, the fish cakes were rubbery, and the yellow chicken curry dish...More
With a menu spanning several countries and styles, you could return every night for a year and still not try the entire selection. The options can be slightly overwhelming however the very helpful servers made suggestions to help out.
We choose a selection to share...More
If you are after good Burmese Cuisine, Thai and Laos food, I would recommend this restaurant. We chose Burmese cuisine, and the curries and accompaniments were excellent . The prawn curry was indeed wonderful, and this I would recommend.
The price is high, but my...More
Monsoon was recommended by locals but I can't imagine they would have eaten there.The food was quite bland given that we had a large range of asian country dishes we are familiar with.Service and staff where good,the food let it down
The menu represented five countries which was a unique and fun concept. We ordered sangria and a Singapore sling both delicious. My stir fried beef with oyster sauce was very flavorful. My son enjoyed the chicken satay with peanut sauce. The Myanmar pork curry and...More
We went there with over six of us last month. I have to say the decoration is good but we can not make any order with out switch on the flash light of our cell phone because it is way too dark.
The food isn't...More
This place is quite out of the way and it took us about 35 mins to walk from our hotel located at Sule (Yangon downtown). But using GrabCar shouldn’t be an issue as we prefer walking in order to enjoy more sights in the city....More