Kimu Offers Traditional Burmese Dishes Along with Chinese and Pho

In Blog, Community News, news, Things to Do on February 3, 2014 by Community Expert Team
Kimu Offers Traditional Burmese Dishes Along with Chinese and Pho

With a wide variety of Asian dishes to choose from, no wonder locals flock to Kimu in Greenwood! There is a large population of refugees from Myanmar, also known as Burma, making the Indianapolis area a natural place for the best Burmese restaurant. From their milky, hot Burmese sweet tea to traditional dishes like pork with pickled ginger, their roots are close to familiar dishes we love!

 

Recently, the New York Times ran a piece called, “In Indianapolis, the World Comes to Eat,” giving details on the food scene in and around the metropolitan area. Kimu made the list for unique, Asian cuisine. After all, how many of us have ever eaten Burmese food? The restaurant also serves up Chinese and Vietnamese dishes, with their special version of the popular soup, Pho!

 

At the right price points, this place is a diamond in the rough! It is one of those ethnic treasures that so many people walk by everyday and overlook. Now that is has some national recognition, people from all over the state are coming to Greenwood for Burmese food. Located at 1280 N. U.S. 31, you can stop in anytime for lunch or dinner!

 

 


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