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Loi Nine Myanmar Cuisine

Loi Nine Myanmar Cuisine

Loi Nine Myanmar Cuisine


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Type: Food Stalls & Kiosks

The stall serves a variety of noodle and rice sets; a must-try is their warm tofu with rice noodles ($5) – steaming hot and molten sweet-savoury tofu cream is poured over rice noodles and topped with chicken, shallot oil and peanuts and served with pickled sour vegetables

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Hours:
Daily: 11:30 - 23:00

Address:
5 Coleman Street

Cuisine:
Asian, Burmese


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