Reviews on Indian food in Sagaing, Sagaing Region, Myanmar. Sagaing (Burmese: စစ်ကိုင်းမြို့; MLCTS: cac kuing: mrui) is the capital of Sagaing Region (formerly Sagaing Division). Located on the Irrawaddy River, 20 km to the south-west of Mandalay on the opposite bank of the river, Sagaing, with numerous Buddhist monasteries is an important religious and monastic centre. The pagodas and monasteries crowd the numerous hills along the ridge running parallel to the river. The central pagoda, Soon U Ponya Shin Pagoda, is connected by a set of covered staircases that run up the 240 m hill.
Things to do in Sagaing
3 based on 41 reviews
Nepali offers a very limited menu, which is completely vegetarian.The thali was particularly tasty. It's essentially all you can eat as the staff keep topping up your food! I ate until I was fit to burst! Amazing value for only Â£1.50!The downside was that some of the top ups of food were cold.The staff were really good and helpful, though there English is very limited. During a power cut they got me a candle and even stood by me with a phone torch whilst I ate.Would definitely return.
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Good food. Cannot categorize as excellent. The food is average and have little burmese touch in the food. All the tables are empty as it is new in town. So dont expect people, limit ur expectations upto food only (drinks unavailable). Good to give a try. If you are looking for authentic indian taste , there are other options available.
I paid a visit last night and the place was packed with locals. They have and air-conditioned floor upstairs and were I was placed. As per my title the menu is quite extensive. Beware, the portions are huge! I ordered the Thai style salad and the chicken Singapore style curry and didn't touch the rice that came with the curry. The chicken was well cooked but oily as expected in this part of the world. I must have got a discount because I didn't touch the plate with the rice. With rough calculation I should have paid MMK 10.000 but in fact I paid MMK 7.000. Thank you guys :-)
Friendly and efficient service like in South India. I had mutton curry which was served with rice and dal, as well as with some cooked vegetables dishes. Hence raw vegetables which you will not get in India, because of hygienic concerns. Here in Mandalay fresh vegetables are a must in every dinner. Increasingly so in Europe as well. Except for the curry, they refill whatever else you have taken. You will not leave with a half empty stomach.Mutton curry including side dishes and rice 4,500 Kyat (3 USD).
4 based on 172 reviews
Serving Tandoori, Mughlai, Peshawari and Authentic Indian Food, with a wide range of cocktails, mocktails and Drinks.
It was fairly busy when we went and this affected their speed of service. A bit slow all through the evening and I had to go to the counter to order as we rarely got any person serving us. Food was very good though and it was up to the mark. Overall a decent experience marred by the slow service.
4 based on 570 reviews
The restaurant is vegetarian and no alcohol is served. But the food is great and the Lassis are out of this world. It is a typical backpacker place with a nice atmosphere - we liked it very much. Prices are fair and the service was also good, so nothing to complain.
4 based on 251 reviews
Spice Garden, in Mandalay City, was designed with the purpose of providing great food at an exceptional value with friendly service to each individual customer. The elegant and chic Spice Garden restaurant, built in a French House Design building, has bee
We stayed at this hotel (Hotel by the Red Canal), so using the restaurant was very convenient. Primarily Indian recipes with some western dishes. Very nice, quaint place on well landscaped grounds. Staff is excellent. Prices high compared to local restaurants, but a relaxing, comfortable atmosphere.
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