Aung Myanmar Food

Let’s take a break from the Penang trip posts! I was surprised to see a new stall at this Clementi coffee shop which we drop by from time to time. Then again, I’m happy that Myanmar cuisine is making its presence in the HDB heartland. I’m still discovering Myanmar cuisine, and the more I do, the more I find myself liking it.

Coconut chicken noodles, S$2.50.

Coconut chicken noodles, S$2.50.

The coconut chicken noodles is Hokkien noodles in thick coconut curry sauce, topped with chickpea fritter and crackers, and a couple of chicken cubes. The sauce is thick, smooth, and mildly spicy, but definitely too salty, especially when paired with yellow noodles that’s also salty.

Mohinga, S$2.50.

Mohinga, S$2.50.

A more pleasing choice is Myanmar’s national dish – mohinga. It’s not as fancy as Inle Myanmar’s, but still, I inhaled the entire contents of the bowl.

Yup, mohinga is my latest craze. I simply dig the fish broth! Oh, and the chickpea fritters too! Never mind if they’re soggy. It just means that they’ve soaked up that tasty fish soup. Besides, the chickpeas are still crunchy!

Although there isn’t much ingredients other than thin rice noodles and chickpea fritter, the fish soup provides enough flavor. But because it’s more like a light snack, you might want to upsize or order something else more filling. They also have rice with assorted curries and side dishes.

Aung Myanmar Food

Authentic Myanmar food at reasonable prices.

Aung Myanmar Food
San Po Food Court
Blk 432, Clementi Ave 3
#01-296
Singapore 120432

Open daily: 8:30am to 9:30pm

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Comments