My son and daughter-in-law had never had Tai food and thoroughly enjoyed their meal. We especially loved the appetizer soup! My 2 year old granddaughter eagerly ate a lot of it as well as her rice.
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Our waitress, Kelela, was personable, knowledgeable and attentive. The portion size, as described by others, was very large. The hot tea was fantastic as were the samosa app. Yum!!! I had the fried Burmese Noodles and my wife has Coconut noodle soup. I am not...More
Love the Burmese Fried Noodles. Excellent with a spicy kick. The Cold and Hot tea are both very tasty. The regular tea on the house is also good.
We didn't realize this is basically a Thai restaurant when we went in. The interior isn't the most inviting and the server wasn't the friendliest, but the food was great and the servings were plentiful.
I will start by stating I love asian food. However, I have never been to a Burmese restaurant before so we gave it a shot. The place is a true hole in the wall with parking that totally confuses me still to this date. Don't...More
This is a great place for Burmese and Thai food. Authentic and will remind you of those little gems of eateries you had visited on your trips to Thailand and Myanmar. If you have not been to those countries,t eh delicious food at Mahnin is...More
Being right around the corner, I can't believe I haven't been here sooner. Authentic Thai food in a place you wouldn't have guessed. Look past the appearance of this place,as with many excellent restaurants in the Fort, and give it a try. The Pad Thai...More
Great Authentic Thai food at very reasonable prices. The owner cooks herself and it's important to call and make sure she is present. There are inconsistencies when she isn't there. Have tried a lot of dishes and all were very enjoyable. Much much better than...More