Nong Inlay

Restaurants, Burmese Takadanobaba
Nong Inlay

Time Out says

Nong Inlay, found tucked within an inconspicuous building in Takadanobaba, offers traditional food eaten by the Shan people of Burma. The Shan Soba (lunch special, ¥700) is a bowl of rice noodles in chicken broth, topped with peanuts and sesame seeds. The simple, clean flavour gives way to a range of complex tastes as you mix the ingredients. It also comes with a bowl of rice, which you can dunk into your noodle bowl – apparently that's how they do it in Burma. Meanwhile, the Tofu Soba (¥800), which contains 'Shan Tofu', a dish made from chickpeas, is highly recommended. This classic Burmese dish comes with noodles sitting in a rich tofu-based broth. Other rarities include fried takemushi larvae (pictured), the Mustard Greens and Pig's Feet Soup (¥900) and Spiced Sautéed Frog Legs (¥900). Many of the customers are Burmese, so you won't find anyone questioning the authenticity here.



Address: Tac Eleven 1F, 2-19-7 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku

Transport: Takadanobaba Station (Yamanote, Tozai, Seibu Shinjuku lines)
Opening hours: 11.30am-11.30pm daily
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