If you want to try traditional Burmese dishes, the Mohinga is the one to go for. At Popa, our version of Myanmar's national dish is made with catfish, sautéed lemongrass and a pea broth.
The only decision you should be making is what to order on the menu tonight.
Welcome to PŌPA, let us formally and intimately introduce our Burmese, Balinese, and Macanese cuisine.
Date night begins with a cheers to our new mocktails, The Halle Berries and Turn The Lights Down Low
Garnish our Ohn No Khao Swè to your heart's desire.
We know it's tough to resist these egg tarts.
What's it like to float above the clouds? You can experience just that in Myanmar. With many agencies available, take a ride in a hot air balloon and soar above the temples and beautiful landscapes of the country.
This cocktail is mixed with a Smokey Mezcal, grapefruit juice, agave, ginger, and kombucha. It's perfect... Inside Out.
Beef and chicken satays paired with a peanut dipping sauce, just like the street vendors in Myanmar. 👌 🇲🇲
Pastéis de nata | 葡式蛋撻 - When we think of Macau, we think of the abundance of casinos and the classic pastry- Portuguese Egg Tart. Whether it's for afternoon tea or a treat after dinner, try this iconic Macanese dessert.
In Bali, Indonesia you can visit rice fields to get a breathtaking view of the rows and rows of lush vegetation. Rice is an important part of many Asian cuisines and can be found in many dishes. Whether it's breakfast, lunch, or dinner - you can be sure to find rice.
We are open today at 5:00 pm! Through migration, trade routes and colonization, both Indian and Chinese culture have left lasting flavours, plate-to plate and generation-to-generation. We are excited to show Toronto the flavours of Myanmar, Macau, and Bali. Welcome to Popa, we can’t wait for you to visit.
Hello, Balinese Satay Platter 👋 Satay is an Indonesian dish of seasoned skewered meats served with a peanut dipping sauce. This delicious delicacy can be found commonly in many food stalls across the country
Khow Suey is a Burmese noodle soup made with coconut milk, lemongrass, tamarind, and diced Asian vegetables or chicken. Choose between udon, whole wheat, or flat noodles to complete the dish.
The best way to research a cuisine is to visit the country and immersing with the local communities. The creation of Popa started with @hemantbhagwani taking a trip to Yangon, Myanmar to train with a Burmese chef. Now he has brought the flavours back to Toronto, and we're excited for you all to try the amazing tastes from Myanmar.
One more round before the end of the holidays. 🥃