Sunday, March 09, 2008

A Taste of Burma

Last night, to celebrate Sharon's birthday, the gang all went to A Taste of Burma on Edds Lane in Sterling. Burmese cooking is a delicious blend between Thai-like dishes with curries inspired by India. Dinner was superb, and the prices were very reasonable.

For appetizers, we ordered Samosas and Baya Byaw (Split Yellow Pea Fritters). Then, we supped on Nyat Kaukswe (Malaysian Style Noodles), Green Curry Vegetables and Chicken, PaZun Shwe Phayon (Shrimp and Asian Pumpkin), and Ngar Hin (Fish Curry). And for dessert, a delicious milkshake called Burmese Furluda (rose syrup, milk, ice cream, pudding, shredded coconut, farluda noodles, and pistacio).

Dinner was superb! I highly recommend the place.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

As much as I rib you about your camera purchase, I have to say your pictures are GREAT! Everything looks soft and well lit. We look like a rolling advertisement. "It does'nt get any better than this."-Sharon

Scott said...

I am bawling... tears of joy!

Leslie said...

I concur on the photography and the review. You've raised the bar Scott. The slideshow effect is, let's say, moving....

gaz said...

dude, your photos really convey the mood of the meal. bravo.

Barry said...

Must be lovely having you you at the dinner table sprouting that 18-200mm lens in everyone's face while they chew ;-)

From the table responses, I guess they're used to you or have given up. Keep up the nice work.

Scott said...

I do get the "Sean Penn" hand jab from Becky quite a bit.

pam said...

Although being photographed during dinner can be a bit unnerving, it came out well on here. I loved the slide show effect. I'm hungry...let's go back!!

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