Slow Food Burmese Dinner – March 3

Slow Food Burmese Dinner – March 3 (Yes, that’s a Monday)
Dagon Burmese Cuisine, 6:30 p.m.

2671 S King St., 947-0088
(next to Kokua Market)

Join Slow Food O’ahu for a delicious 5-course dinner at Honolulu’s only Burmese restaurant.  Ten guests will enjoy this little-known cuisine that shares influences of Thai and Indian cooking but features unique ingredients and flavor combinations.  A Slow Food member who recently spent time in Myanmar (formerly Burma) will informally share his insights and experiences during your dinner conversation.

The menu includes:
Baya Kyaw (yellow split pea fritters appetizer)
Tea Leaf Salad (iconic Burmese dish)
Oh Noh Kauswe (coconut chicken noodle soup)
Burmese Curry Beef
Vegetable Kebat stir-fry with tofu
Burmese-Indian Rice

The cost of the meal, including tax and tip but not drinks is $25 for Slow Food members and $30 for others.  BYOB.  There is a limit of 12 guests.

Limited free parking (in stalls 1-8) in the alley between Kokua Market and Dagon Restaurant; on-street parking free after 6pm.

To register, go to:

Read an enthusiastic review (with photos) by Martha Cheng of Honolulu Magazine at:

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