Named after a noodle soup which is generally known as the national dish of Myanmar, its a cute little place in Humayunpur, near Safdarjung. They serve only five dishes (other than the multiple meat permutations) which is also usually a good sign.
Their Laphet (Burmese pickled tea leaf salad) also makes Burma Burma’s version taste like creamy Caesar salad; and the Mohinga, both the dry and ramyun versions were to die for. Tried the Mala Hin and Egg Bejo too, they were okay, not as impressive. And as a general rule I avoided ‘spiciest ramen in the world’, and being in Delhi did not try the fish as well.
The place is in Humayunpur, a nice authentic food hotbed, so don’t think twice before straying off to explore. Lots of small restaurants serving authentic north-eastern food around.
[Update 30.01.2020: They’ve expanded their menu, and now also include Burmese thalis, momos, and buff chutneys. Could just try the buff momos – by which I wasn’t too impressed. They also relocated to a bigger place one lane down in Humayunpur.]