• Nong Bee's Burmese Restaurant & Library

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food
Burmese, Shan

Serves meat, vegan options available. Local Burmese and Thai restaurant serving many vegetable dishes which are generally vegan. Examples include salads, tomato rice, vegetable biryani, eggplant curry, tofu in tomato sauce. Confirm with staff which are vegan, some English is spoken. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-9:00pm. Open Mon-Sun.

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6 Reviews

First Review by redpill17


Points +4933

27 Mar 2023

Many great options!

I love the food here. Burmese food seems to be less sweet than Thai food which I like. The dishes I recommend are Burmese tea leaf salad, eggplant, pennywort salad and young tamarind salad.

Updated from previous review on 2023-03-27



Points +953

Mostly Veg
21 Mar 2023

super tasty 🫶🏾👍🏾🥰🤩

I regret that I can not give them full star 🤩 so tasty was there 🥰 I have been eating there fewtimes (curry, eggplant with rice etc) and all dishes made very localy, very tasty and very cheap ☺️👍🏾

Pros: nice staff, veg menu available


Points +686

24 Jan 2023

Tasty but not many options

When we were there they didn’t offer any biryani anymore, so my only option was the eggplant curry with rice, which was very nice tho!

Pros: Authentic, Friendly staff

Cons: Not many options


Points +168

20 Sep 2022

Tasty and affordable food

Food was delicious 😋

Pros: Really good food!

Cons: Not fully vegan


Points +436

03 Mar 2020

the best burmese salad in town

their food is delicious! they have quite a few vegetarian and vegan options. they make everything fresh in the open kitchen where you can see how they make it.
the restaurant is a thai style restaurant, some of the staff is a bit weird, but you come here for the food, not the staff.
the only negative thing is that their food is a bit too oily, but not so much that you feel unhealhhy after it


Points +265

27 Nov 2019

Great Burmese food

One of the few local fares left on Nimman road. It's a bit more expensive than typical pre-cooked food (70-120 baht for a full meal). Burmese cuisine is very different from Thai - not many spices are used. It actually reminds me of European food. Not spicy by default.

Last time I got bean soup, tomato rice and tamarind salad. Burmese salads are absolutely delicious and this restaurant has a variety of them.

It's located near Anchan but if you want something local, fast and different, be sure to try it. Look for old "Burmese Restaurant" sign as there are many restaurants in this location next to each other.

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