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Posted by Anonymous on 06/26/2011
The food was fresh and delicious, the staff was friendly, and the service was great. Highly recommended.
Posted by c and m on 09/07/2008
Tonight on a whim we decided to try Burmese food, which neither of us have had before, and we're so happy we did. Of course, we can't gauge how authentic it was, but the food at YoMa was absolutely delicious! I had the green mango salad, which was nothing like regular mango - it was so refreshing and savory. My boyfriend had the pumpkin and shrimp curry, which was a wonderful combination of sweet and hot elements. The appetizers were only okay (though the fried chickpea tofu was so tasty!), and the waitress was a bit shy, but overall the food there was so good. We were compelled to submit our first ever review on Menupages because this place was empty, and it really doesn't deserve to be. Really wonderful food at such good prices - if we lived nearby we'd probably go there quite often!
Posted by bama315 on 10/08/2007
That said, as a Burmese, I have to say YoMa Burmese Restaurant serves the BEST and the most authethic food among all the Burmese restaurants I've eaten in the east coast U.S. Granted, there aren't so many restaurants here in the US serving exclusively Burmese dishes. The staff is super friendly (there's only one person waiting approximately 7 tables). The wait used to be long, but, that's no longer the case. All in all, it's my favorite restaurant in Boston.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/21/2007
I order takout from Yoma at least once a week. The food is fabulous, the people are friendly and always get my order correct even though I change a good bit, and it's a great deal. For about $7 I get more than enough food for one meal. I usually have enough leftover for lunch the next day!