On a Sunday evening, Ben and I went out for dinner alone as our boys did not want to come along. We did not have a destination, so Ben just drove along Victoria Dr. and stopped at any place that catch our attention.
We settled with Amay’s House Burmese and Asian Cuisine as we have not try this place before.
Chinese tea was served. The customers in the restaurant were majority Burmese from their look and language. So, it must be authentic.
I ordered the Burmese Style Biryani which came with a marinated roasted chicken leg. The basmati rice was fragrant with saffron, cloves, cinnamon, bay leaves and traditional spices. The chicken was tender and falling off the bone.
The biryani rice came with a side of pickled cabbage, cucumber and red onion which added freshness to the dish.
Ben ordered a Panthay Noodles which is stir fried egg noodles with beansprouts, tomatoes, carrots, peas, chicken curry and traditional spices. This is very similar to Malaysian Mee Goreng.
We enjoyed the food here as it is quite close to Malaysian cuisine.
Cash and cards are accepted here.