The opening of a burmese restaurant in new york city is a rarity, and cause for jubilation. That’s just one of the struggles gillanders and company have had to contend with since opening. Granted, a lot of it is the product of colonialism and war (like vietnamese banh mi and korean fried chicken), but the asian continent has been sharing amongst itself for ages, and places like taiwan are examples of how a unique asian identity can derive from several different ones and be greater than the sum of those parts. Clean facilities which is a big plus in my opinion. We went for the sunday buffet and were quite satisfied with our experience. This restaurant will not disappoint. Now, the main interest, the menu! from the beginning to the end, it was a feast of savors.
Asian restaurant reviews. What could go wrong? A menu that offered items that would appease even the smallest of critics. Guests will feel indulged from the moment they walk inside, with friendly and attentive service. Service was fast and top notch. They are not only know for the salt peppered squid, because they do have a large menu with lots of other good chinese food choices like fried chicken, yang chow fried rice, kung pao chicken, ginger chicken or crab, and fish maw soup.
My husband and i ate here last night. We order take out from them often and we have never been disappointed (i always get the singapore noodles).