Tokyo Food Page
šGolden Bagan/
Akebonobashi:
Burmese
₯6380-5752
€Data
This unpretentious
neighborhood shop
serves a wide varie-
ty of home-style
Burmese dishes,
prepared by chefs
from Myanmar. If you
just want a simple
meal you can sit at
the counter and
order one of their
many noodle or rice
dishes, or you can
bring a group to
share with and ex-
plore the menu in
more depth.

Fermented delicacies
seem to be a strong
point here, with
intriguing dishes
like Shan Fermented
Tofu, Shan Fermented
Onions, Shan Fer-
mented Soy and Pea-
nuts, and Soup with
Pork and Sour Bamboo
Shoots. There are
also deceptively
ordinary-sounding
items like Fried
Rice with Steamed
Peas, and Fried
Chicken with Vinegar
and Tartar Sauce.
The Burmese-style
stewed pork makes a
nice meaty starter,
similar to Kyushu-
style kakuni but
with more Chinese-
tasting spices and
red chili peppers to
heat things up.

The setup is typical
of Tokyo ethnic
restaurants, with
travel posters and
maps on the walls,
and Burmese pop and
techno playing in
the background. The
counter overlooking
the kitchen seats
eight people, and
there are two tables
for four if you come
with a group.

Dinner runs around
Y2000-2500 per per-
son, and at lunch-
time you can choose
from three noodle-
soup dishes, green
and red curries, and
a Shan-style yakiso-
ba, all priced at
Y780.
₯Photo
₯Google Map
₯Map for AU phones
₯Map for DoCoMo
₯Nearest restau-
rants

₯Nearest cafes/
bars


Shinjuku-ku, Tomi-
hisacho 8-20. 
Open 11:30am-2:30,
5-10pm. Closed
Sundays.
 Tokyo Food top