I've seen this tiny restaurant front on Garvey Blvd for many years. My sister had bought a Groupon for $1 order of Samosas a while back so we decided to try dinner at Yoma. We've never had Burmese food but we were pretty impressed. We ordered a Sour Leaf dish, Fish curry, Tea Leaf salad, a House special vegetable w/ chicken noodle dish plus our samosas. The noodle dish reminded us of home cooked noodles and not too greasy. The tea leaf salad had really good flavor. The fish curry was different from the usual Thai or Indian curry, it was resist in color and not too spicy, but quite tasty. The sour leaf dish reminded us of a dish our grandmother would make which was also quite flavorful eaten with steamed rice. Our samosas were also really good, but a little rich since they were deep fried. We've decided we need to eat there again to try other dishes. It's a small quaint place, but we saw there was another dining area in the back, so it's better for individuals, couples or small families or groups.
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