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Nong Inlay/
Takadanobaba:
Burmese
₯5273-5774
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Nong Inlay is truly
a hole-in-the-wall
patronized mostly by
young Burmese men
who all seem to know
each other. Decor is
very minimal, with
folding chairs and
wall-bench seating.
Named after a lake
in Burma's north-
eastern Shan state,
Nong Inlay spe-
cializes in Shan
cooking, which draws
on influences from
neighboring Yunnan
and Sichuan in Chi-
na.

Only a part of the
menu is in Japanese,
and descriptions are
short and limited,
so it is best to ask
what's what. The
Shan Chicken (Y800)
was small chunks of
chicken and vegeta-
bles stir-fried with
hot peppers in a
tangy miso-based
sauce, and was a lot
like Kung Pao chick-
en. The adventurous
may want to try the
Shan-Iei (Y400) - a
reddish-brown-col-
ored Shan-style
liquor that's about
25% alcohol, with a
sweet flavor remi-
niscent of some kind
of herbal remedy.
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Shinjuku-ku, Taka-
danobaba 2-19-7. 
Open noon-midnight
daily.
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