Rangoon Sisters are Emily and Amy, two home cooks making traditional Burmese food.
We think it is pretty tasty and we hope to introduce lots of hungry people to it!
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Gorgeous people cooking lovely Burmese food for an excellent cause
I think the title says it all ❤️
Rangoon Sisters responded on
3 November 2018:
Absolute Privilege To Attend
So pleased I was able to secure tickets for this wonderful one-off event. Not only was the food, service and atmosphere excellent, but the entire event was to raise money for charity too. Fantastic supper club, thank you to everyone involved!
A Great Evening!
Thank you so much for a truly lovely evening, the food and atmosphere couldn't of been better.
Everything from the Pegu cocktail on arrival to the Flavours of Burma Pavlova that wrapped it up was delicious, with the Amehnat being a personal highlight.
I would highly recommend this supperclub to anyone, and can't wait to come again!
A wonderful evening
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! Everthing 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!!!
Amazing food and a great event
sara bubb attended
in February 2017,
reviewed on 12 February 2017
Ideas to make it even better: play music from Myanmar and tell us a little about the food.
Burmese Supper by Rangoon Sisters
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.