Club Rangoon, Hong Kong’s only Burmese restaurant, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a special set menu ($488) available from 6 to 11 July. After opening during the height of the pandemic and successfully reaching one year with the support of a strong and positive-minded team, the restaurant is proud to have built a network of regular guests who come back repeatedly for a truly authentic Burmese experience.
The special set menu will include a spread of signatures and customer favourites. Starters will include the coveted samusa and village style egg curry bites, followed by a generous spread of noodles including Ohn No Khout Swel coconut noodles and, Mohinga, an unmissable national dish that features aromatic lemongrass and catfish broth.
Guests will also get to experience a selection of large plates, including the A Mel Thar Dan Bauk, the Burmese-style beef biryani that was inspired by Nelson’s grandmother and made with wagyu beef cheek, and the Kyout Pazun Hin, a light and tangy Burmese-style lobster curry that can be included for an additional HK$300. The set menu will be finished off with the Burmese Tea Ice-cream served with banana crumble. Guests can also opt for a 90-minute free-flow package ($250) which includes the Granit Spritz that is exclusive to this package.
Club Rangoon will be celebrating further with all-you-can-eat samusa parties at the kiosk throughout the week from 4 pm to 11 pm, where guests can indulge in one of the restaurant’s most popular bites at just $150 for 90 minutes. Samusa lovers can also add on $100 for two drinks, and take part in a samusa challenge over the weekend.
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