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  1. This restaurant is a gem!! Every dish I have eaten there has been delicious. I urge you all to eat there when in Boston. I recently moved to New Mexico and it is the only restaurant that I miss!

  2. Yep, Yoma is great. I’m no expert on Burmese food, but what I’ve had there is always delicious. You should send him copies of your book to sell there, I’m sure it would be a hit.

  3. Hi Just got back from great trip to Myanmar. Can you help ? Ate a simple noodle dish (spelling ?) pro-nounce like Nan -G-Thoe. Do you have a recipe please ?

  4. I’m not an expert either in authentic Burmese, but Rangoon Restaurant in Philadelphia has delicious food, as well.

  5. Boston Thingyan 2010

    This is our First and Biggest Burmese Thingyan event in New England. good chance to meet all friends and families and learn about Myanmar culture.

    Boston Myanmar Group

  6. Yoma is excellent — salads are the best anywhere. We go there often. Burma in D.C. is also tops. Thawdar actually kept your book on display and recommended it to us, but had no copies to sell. I strongly suggest you send here a box of books to offer in the restaurant.

    It would not hurt to have someone sell it here through Amazon either. I just bought a copy through your site to try out this fall, but having to go over seas is a barrier. Actually Yoma is the best advertisement for Burmese cooking in America you could ask for — eat there and you will want to make it a regular part of your diet.

    By the way, do you have a source for the pickled green tea leaf ?

    1. Thanks for your comments, Mark. I’ll have to get in touch with Thawdar to see if they would be interested in stocking my books. We are looking to expand our distributions.

      There are 2 Burmese suppliers in the US that I know of which is listed in FAQs. If anyone knows other suppliers please let me know.

      Best wishes,

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