Burmese Please: 7 Places For The Best Khao Suey In Delhi

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If you’re in the mood for some delicious Khao Suey, Delhi’s restaurants will not disappoint. Full of flavour and comfort, this meal in a bowl is perfect for lunch, dinner or we say, even as a quick pick-me-up snack.

Burma Burma

One of the few places in the city focusing all their efforts on authentic Burmese cuisine, Burma Burma knows how to do their Khao Suey perfectly. Flavourful and packing a punch, their preparation of the dish gets every part—be it the broth, the noodles, or the toppings—just right.

Carnivores, you won’t even miss meat here, such is the preparation of this all-vegetarian restaurant.

Asian Haus

With both vegetarian and non-vegetarian variants on offer, Asian Haus’ Khao Suey is bound to delight. A delivery-only service, they send you each part of the dish packed separately and neatly so you can build up your bowl just the way you like it.

They serve the dish with yellow noodles, chicken, and shrimp, topped with fried onions, crushed peanuts and scallions.


A coffee and croissant destination, Cravity surprises us with its bowl of Khao Suey. The fresh and authentic preparation of the dish has earned this place its bragging rights. You have to try it to believe it. Don’t forget to follow it up with the Prince Of Chocolate or the raspberry and chocolate Tender Kiss.


Mamagoto takes their food really seriously and the crowds which flock here on weekends are proof. A stunning preparation of Khao Suey with juicy chicken and homegrown spices. It may not be authentic {they don’t claim to be}, but it hits all the right spots.

Tamra At Shangri-La’s—Eros Hotel

If you’re looking for a more upscale ambience and experience while you enjoy authentic Burmese cuisine, Tamra sweeps in with its extravagant decor, open spaces, and top-of-the-line service. They offer vegetarian, chicken, and sea food variants for their Khao Suey. Head here to make the most of your payday celebrations.

Jom Jom Malay

You won’t find the traditional Khao Suey here, but some even better versions of it called Laksya, prepared the Malaysian way. You get to choose from sticky rice, flat rice noodles, egg noodles, and vermicelli for the dish. You can further choose from a vegetarian, chicken, lamb, duck, or prawn variant to match your taste.


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