Rangoon Burmese Restaurant

Burmese Restaurant$$$$
Chinatown, Philadelphia
  • Matt M.
    "thousand layer bread is a must, love the chili beef and dumplings"(15 Tips)
    Bryce C.
    "Try the Rangoon House Noodles!"(5 Tips)
    Leanne A.
    "The thousand later bread with curry potato sauce is so good!"(2 Tips)
    April C.
    "... & Ohn No Khao Swe (Coconut Chicken Noodle Soup) for entrees and the Sweet Rice with Mango..."(2 Tips)
56 Tips and reviews
  • thousand layer bread
  • seafood
  • crab rangoons
  • good service
  • tea leaf salad
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  • Rae Y.
    Rae YballeJanuary 18
    My favorites are not necessarily for the faint of heart/palate: the crispy watercress salad (sweet/sour dressing but very spicy) and the pork ahnyh tamin (quite pungent due to the shrimp paste).
  • Dylan H.
    Dylan HorkinJanuary 15
    Crispy Fish Meat Thoke
  • John B.
    John BoothJuly 12, 2016
    Good value, good service and tasty food. Not quite like being in Burma given that there every meal comes with a plethora of little side dishes, but I guess we are in America after all.
  • Leanne A.
    Leanne AlyssaMay 27, 2016
    The thousand later bread with curry potato sauce is so good! So is the monsoon vegetable dish. The forluda was really interesting
  • Destiny S.
    Destiny SimmonsDecember 9, 2015
    Coconut shrimps is nice!
  • Becki F.
    Becki FrieiefnfnDecember 8, 2015
    You can't go wrong with anything here. The coconut curry chicken is INSANE. Hands down order it every time. Pumpkin shrimp & thousand layer bread 🤘🏻
  • Shashank M.
    Shashank ManiarNovember 9, 2015
    Food is ok. Nothing great about the place.
  • Alan T.
    Alan TuJune 23, 2015
    Curry chicken rules
  • Serg P.
    Serg PMarch 10, 2015
    Nice place. Shrimps with mango are great!
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Philadelphia MagazineJanuary 6, 2015
    Rangoon offers 17 different salads. Some belong to that same shredded-cabbage family, but the more salads I ate here, the more amazed I was by the variety. Read more
  • Amy B.
    Amy BatogOctober 30, 2014
    Crab dumplings!!!!!!!!!
  • Jennifer V.
    Jennifer VelazquezSeptember 21, 2014
    I had the crab rangoon dumplings of course and they were the best I ever had
  • Anthony
    AnthonyAugust 20, 2014
    Come with friends and ask the waiter for recommendations. Split everything! Try the fun desserts
  • Edward R.
    Edward RiosAugust 14, 2014
    The pumpkin chicken was awesome. The southern Burmese noodles were amazing.
  • Philly.com
    Philly.comAugust 3, 2014
    Still the city's only destination for Burmese food, a unique and vividly flavored hybrid of Indian, Thai and Chinese cuisines. Read more
  • @soyrev
    @soyrevJune 9, 2014
    so good! easier to get Burmese in Philly than in NY
  • Mark P.
    Mark P.February 9, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Get the basil chicken!!!
  • Yo J.
    Yo JaicoOctober 4, 2013
    Skip the salad and appetizers in my opinion they were on the oily side. I ordered Asian tea salad and thousand layer bread (beef).
  • Khanh M.
    Khanh MyJuly 7, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Food was delicious. Try the dynamite tofu.
  • Amy M.
    Amy MaMay 22, 2013
    Thousand layer bread with the potato sauce is delicious! Love the chicken with pickled cabbage too :)
  • Brain D.
    Brain DwyerApril 2, 2013
    YOUNG COCONUT JUICE = 101% pure delight in liquid form.
  • Mashal S.
    When you order the chicken noodle soup, certain condiments have to be asked for as additionals. Ask!
  • Ami
    AmiMarch 9, 2013
    Thousand layer bread, jungle shrimp & chicken keema are all amazing!!
  • Kris K.
    Kris KFebruary 28, 2013
    Crispy Watercress Salad. Flash-fried watercress with a sweet and spicy dressing. Also spring ginger salad.
  • Srajan M.
    Srajan ManiJanuary 27, 2013
    Great food and remember to get the thousand layer bread with curry chicken dip
  • Edward B.
    Edward BeitzNovember 24, 2012
    Thousand layer bread and the coconut chicken noodle soup. Also the crab dumplings. All solid.
  • Tamarind 8.
    Tamarind 82November 18, 2012
    Top it up with the awesomest farluda drink
  • Adeline A.
    Adeline A.October 19, 2012
    Try the Chili Scallops
  • Adeline A.
    Adeline A.October 19, 2012
    Try the Spicy String Beans And Tofu
  • Adeline A.
    Adeline A.October 19, 2012
    Try the Spicy Rice Sticks
  • Adeline A.
    Adeline A.October 19, 2012
    Try the Golden Triangles
  • Adeline A.
    Adeline A.October 19, 2012
    Try the Eastern Style Glass Noodle Salad
  • Adeline A.
    Adeline A.October 19, 2012
    Try the Golden Burmese Tofu
  • Yaron N.
    Yaron NAugust 18, 2012
    You can't go wrong with whatever you order here. One of my favorite places in Philly.
  • Keith W.
    Keith WinJune 27, 2012
    Coconut rice is good
  • Butch S.
    Butch SanchezMay 28, 2012
    Followed the tips.... Thousand layer bread is like roti canai but better.... Spicy mussels and banana leaf fish were awesome!!!
  • ami p.
    ami parikhMay 5, 2012
    Spicy eggplant excellent choice for vegetarians
  • Alekhya M.
    Alekhya MandadiApril 7, 2012
    Don't miss the Burmese salads... Mango salad & Asian tea leaf salad are very flavorful!!!
  • Alekhya M.
    Alekhya MandadiApril 7, 2012
    Try the chilli tofu... Truly heavenly experience for any one... Vegans, pescatarians or meat eaters... Rangoon never fails! :)
  • FamilyFun
    FamilyFunMarch 6, 2012
    There are lots of unique kid-pleasers here. Try the Thousand Layer Bread and Jello Crunch Ice.
  • John W.
    John WagnerMarch 1, 2012
    Try the Mango Chicken
  • Amy S.
    Amy ShellhammerJanuary 19, 2012
    I dream about the chicken mint kebab. With coconut rice on the side. You will too.
  • Bryce C.
    Bryce CarnealNovember 12, 2011
    Try the Rangoon House Noodles! Delicious and spicy!
  • Sean M.
    Sean MarqNovember 4, 2011
    If you into quality Asian food, you must try Rangoon! Burmese is a fusion of Indian, Thai, Chinese and it's soooo delicious! Thousand layer bread with potato is to die for.
  • April C.
    April COctober 27, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Thousand Layer Bread is always a must. Try the Mohinga (Festival Fish Noodle Soup) & Ohn No Khao Swe (Coconut Chicken Noodle Soup) for entrees and the Sweet Rice with Mango for dessert.
  • Shanna F.
    Shanna FordeSeptember 6, 2011
    Make sure you order The Thousand Layer Bread for an appetizer and Coconut Layer Bread for dessert. Really anything you get here, is going to be amazing :)
  • Jocelyn
    JocelynAugust 22, 2011
    Everyone was right!!! The thousand layer bread with chicken curry dip is the bombdotcom!!!!!
  • JP
    JPJuly 9, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    firecracker lentil fritter, chicken keema. that is all.
  • Totsaporn I.
    I don't like the Northern Burmese noodle because it is very plain and expensive. It costs $8.50. They use low quality of ingredients.
  • jasmine
    jasmineSeptember 15, 2010
    Thousand layer bread with vatana bean, shan inle fish, nan gyi thoke.
  • Spencer F.
    Spencer FlaggSeptember 7, 2010
    get anything Jungle. the sauce is fantastic, and one of the most unique sauces there, in my opinion.
  • Lauren T.
    Lauren TracyAugust 8, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    The crab meat dumplings are AMAZING.
  • Matt M.
    Matt McLoughlinFebruary 19, 2010
    thousand layer bread is a must, love the chili beef and dumplings
  • rob k.
    rob kopfFebruary 3, 2010
    Don't leave here without getting the Festival Rice
  • Nikhil P.
    Nikhil PaulNovember 21, 2009
    Its a great secluded philly dining secret that has some really delectable Burmese dishes
  • Lucius K.
    Lucius KwokJuly 19, 2009
    Get the Thousand Layered Bread, Curry Potato Dip, and Tea Leaf Salad.
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