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Mingalaba/
Takadanobaba:
Burmese
₯3200-6961
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Mingalaba is fairly
spacious, with a
standard decor of
plain tables, bright
lighting and video
monitor mounted high
in a corner. It
seems to attract
families and those
looking for a simple
evening meal. The
Japanese menu is
fairly complete, and
the staff is eager
to offer advice on
what to order. Like
Nagani nearby, Min-
galaba gets a lot of
non-Burmese custom-
ers.

Recommended are the
many curry-like
stewed dishes, par-
ticularly the Sei-
Tah-Hin (Y900) made
with chunks of lamb.
The Che-Aie-Kun-Joh
(Y600) is strips of
chicken skin, light-
ly breaded and deep
fried, very crispy
and less greasy than
one might imagine.
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Shinjuku-ku, Taka-
danobaba 2-14-8, NT
Bldg. 3F.  Open
11:30am-3, 5-11pm
(LO) daily.
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