Nice things

Some nice feedback that we have had:

What are the Rangoon Sisters’ Supperclubs like? – Miranda Eason, The Leytonstoner

“Serve-yourself sharing bowls of chet thar aloo hin, a slow-cooked thick curry combining onion, garlic, potato and chicken, and khayan thi thoke, a light salad of smoked aubergine, dried shrimp powder, raw and crispy shallots, sesame, lime and garlic, were placed in the middle of the table – and we dug in. Once again there was an epic fusion of flavours and textures: I didn’t want this course to end…”

Read the full review here

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A wonderful evening

Rating: 10

andrewsd attended Burmese Supperclub in February 2017, reviewed on 14 February 2017

It was the first event I had been to hosted by the Rangoon SIsters and what a delight! Everything was slick from arrival to departure and the service was professional but relaxed. Most importantly the food was unbelievable. Every dish was a true delight and I could not reccommend them highly enough and the experience was great value for money. Thank you and will see you at the next event!!!

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Burmese Supper by Rangoon Sisters

 

Rating: 10

 

Dochayter attended in September 2016, reviewed on 18 September 2016

Well done to Emily and Amy on creating a Burmese feast. A reminder of my childhood and my grandmother’s cooking. Accompanied by 2 friends we shared a table with another family. The bar was slightly noisy but had the advantage of a good selection of alcohol. Service from Rangoon Husbands was great (and a sterling effort from Ed after a 10 hr A&E Shift at the Homerton) and the odd appearance from the Sisters made for a unique dining experience. Memories rekindled and created by food friendship and fantastic hosts and profits donated to a good charity Med Action Myanmar. What more could you ask from a Saturday night in Soho.

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E17 popup 25th February 2013: click here for the feedback, but here’s our pick of the quotes

Ken Barlow – “Really good – definitely the best one we’ve been to so far. All three courses were good, particularly the curry, which had a real depth of flavour. Fun to add all the eggs, chill etc.”

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The Food Rehab blog

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“This was another great combination: little spicy fritters topped with tamarind syrup served with a carrot salad (with sesame seeds and fresh coriander). Once again, this was a feast of flavours – those fritters are crunchy on the outside and soft inside, they are served hot and they are slightly spicy, hence the carrot salad is a perfect accompaniment.”

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Tun  @Stereosky

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@CaseyC_

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@Thoozy

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