444 Edgware Road, London, W2 1EG - View on a map
Telephone: 020 7258 3696

Overall 8.5
Food 9.0
Service 9.0
Atmosphere 7.0
Value 9.0
Based on 1 reviews

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I went here a couple of nights ago and had a great time. We had leafy greens fritters which came in a light tempura-like batter - perfect as a starter with the chilli dip. Mains consisted of a coconut based lamb curry with coconut rice and naan bread, as well as prawns stir fried in ginger. Both were well proportioned (and I'm a greedy man) and we were both very full but happy afterwards as we left. Best of all the food was simple but very tasty.

The staff inside were friendly and happy to explain the menu which made a big difference. Although the restaurant itself won't win any prizes for appearance, it is simple, basic and completely functional, with the food the biggest winner of the day. Will be coming back and great value as well. The meal for two with tip came to £24!
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Bevis Man
Overall rating 9 stars
Food 9 | Service 9 | Atmosphere 7 | Value for money 9
Wednesday, August 03, 2011

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Thursday, August 19, 2010 - Mandalay's fritters were outstanding. My favourite was the shrimp and beansprout fritters - who knew that beansprouts could be battered and fried and they'd end up so delicious?!...The noodles were pretty good too. Mokhingar is the national dish of Burma/Myanmar and is a fish soup with rice noodles. The coconut and chicken noodles reminded me of khao soi in Chiang Mai though with less of a spicy punch; still, it was a very comforting and soothing noodle dish.

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