Mandalay Sf

Sf Mandalay

bookings For groups of 5 or more we are accepting on-line bookings. You may be too occupied to collect the telephone to make an on-line booking! Booking at least 3 hrs in advanced. Prefers on-line bookings, thank you! Booking conditions: Reserving a dinner presupposes the attendance of all participants and will only be carried out after the arrival of all participants.

San Francisco | Mandalay Restaurant | Restaurant Overview

If you don't want to spend two hrs waiting for the beloved Asiatic Clement Street commercials, go to this "well-equipped", "inexpensive" Inner Richmond "stalwart", where "delicious" Myanmar meals are served by "accommodating" staff; await a little queue at the weekend - while you used to walk "without a reservation", "those are over...".

Exceptional services and tasty. The server was very tolerant and gave me and my host, both new to Burma's cuisine, great ideas.

4348 California St.

Savoury noodles: Myanmar pasta with chickens, pea starch, lemon bouillon, onions and roasted thin pasta spreads. So I tasted the green tea green tea and it was the best Asiatic green tea green tea salad I have ever eaten. I' ve also tried the mango chickens, which was good.

I' m from Burma, so I can say for sure that there is genuine Myanmar music! Taste the Moo Hin Nga (fish soup) and the Ong No Kaw Soi (coconut chicken soup). Favourite place of the people of Burma in the town. Tealeaf is characterised by the fact that it contains no green beans.

This dinner is great! Delicious Rangoon hash, great pasta. We order it every now and then and let it be filled and happy: mohingna (fish soup with noodles), lettuce, samosa, balada, Mandalay pasta and a hot chocolate and/or vegetables. lettuce, bow lettuce and a pile of pasta cups. Tealeaf lettuce is fantastic - they blend it in front of your eyes.

Taste the iris or tealeaf lettuce! The Mandalay offers tasty meals with the freshest raw materials and the services are first-rate. Favourite meals here are: Currysoup with coconuts, lettuce with tealeaves, Myanmar veal and roasted French coffee baked in the oven. Fewer waits and better meals than Burma's super star.

Regenbogensalat and the volcanic veal (not on the menue, but be sure to ask) are a must. Fermentate tealeaf lettuce, Mandalay chickens lettuce and savoury pork base were wonderfully presented and totally delectable! Tealeaf lettuce, gourd and pig casserole, nut croccoli and pasta. Tealeaf lettuce is great, but make sure you ask for paprika if not everyone in your group loves hot meals!

Tasty home-made home-made home-made and curried loin. Some really good stuff! Tealeaf lettuce, volcanic mud and dry roasted green beans are superb. The best Myanmar meal in SF. Well, the country's population comes from all over. All the pasta and lettuce were tasty! Exquisite meal!

Roasted prawns, roasted ducks, rainbowsalad - everything is delectable. Mandalay pasta is not from this one. Teatree lettuce, hazelnut paddy and Jasminleaves. The best Myanmar cuisine in town. Tealeaf, ballata, mango chickens, they're all astonishing! However, you can look forward to outstanding services and tasty meals.

Vegetable crème, the lettuce of peppers, is not from this planet. It' all tasty and a little hot. Our preference is Mandalay over the more popular and always one hour+ waiting Burma superstar. Nice meal without waiting. Taste Burmese ice teas - similar, if not exactly like vietnamese ice teas!

Tasty meals and some fun decoration. You can go upside down with the beloved Myanmar superstar. Tealeaf lettuce and chickens are excellent! Rangoon has great meat. This pasta with coconuts is quite fantastic. I really don't like coconuts. Tealeaf lettuce, walnuts shrimps and aromatic aubergines were the big hit at our dinner menu.

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