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north restaurant and catering

Neil Howard: They serve lovely, spicy, fresh, no-nonsense/no-frills Burmese food. The coconut-chicken soup is to die for. So's the mango chicken, especially if the mango is just a little under-ripe, so it's firm and tart instead of soft and sweet. You can request that your dishes be made mild, spicy, or very spicy.

John Andrews: Good atmosphere. Dimly light with a neon palm tree next to the house shrine. Dark and cosy enough for romantic whispers of sweet nothings, yet not too mellow to do the Happy Birthday hoo-haa celebration with a big group of your favorite peeps. Only thing - be prepared to listen to the Burmese musac version of Lucky Star every time you dine in.

North Restaurant catering menu with prices reviews

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Collin Sharp: The lady of the house shows a pride in ownership and is humble about her dishes. She's there nearly every night greeting customers, recommending dishes, serving tea to the crowd of hungry groups on the waiting list (better come early). My parents have been eating at this establishment for years - even before the restaurant changed hands. She still recognizes me and asks about them. I get a good feeling from this place - in my stomach and my heart (awe).

Cornelia Morrison: All you can eat, absolutely mouth watering, brazilian steak house. But wait it's not just steak, but dozens of selections of meats from filet mignon to tender beef ribs (Costela). Dozens of meats come right to your table, and the waiters cut the exact amount of meat you request right in front of you. Follow https://fullmenus.net/unforgettable-memories-9-north-restaurant/ for more information.

North Restaurant catering menu and prices reviews

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Ethan Powell: Let them tame your hunger. They’re good at it.

Bridget Ryan: They’ve just provided me access to the tastiest foods ever!