Dig into Myanmar's most famous salad, the Tea Leaf Salad. Please call us @ (647) 343-8555 to place your order to receive 15% off delivery (within 10 km) or find us on UberEats and Foodora 🤤
Locally sourced healthy ingredients prepared with passion. These are the local staples you can find across traditional restaurants. Please call us @ (647) 343-8555 to place your order to receive 15% off delivery (within 10 km) or find us on UberEats and Foodora 🤤
No doubt one of our most popular dishes, and rightfully so! Our Shan Tofu is maid of chickpeas and drizzled in a tamarind chilly dressing. Bite through the crunchy layer and unveil a soft flavourful tofu inside. Delivery now available, give us a call at (647) 343-8555.
The best memories are made around the table.
Meet Tea Leaf Salad's final form, our Fried Rice with Tea Leaf. 🍃
Noodle dishes are a staple to Burmese cuisine. This Oh No Khow Suey is made with flat noodles and cooked with coconut milk, lemongrass, tamarind, and diced veggies. Served with an array of herbs and spices, garnish to your hearts desire.
Burmese Falafel is a popular street snack made of yellow lentils, spices, onion and coriander, golden fried and tossed in brown garlic sauce.
All this food... where do we even begin?!
It's not a Burmese feast without a bowl of Mohinga. 🍜
Prefer something without alcohol? Meet The Halle Berries. A mocktail made with Longan honey syrup, lemon juice, Fever Tree soda, and muddled blueberries.
These aren't your ordinary tofu bites. Instead of using soy, our Shan Tofu is made from chickpeas. This type of tofu is commonly found in Burmese cuisine, and at Popa, they are deep fried with a tamarind ginger dressing drizzled all over.
Why drink tea when you can have it in salad form? It wouldn't be Burmese cuisine if there was no Tea Leaf Salad, one of the most popular dishes in Myanmar.
Do as the Burmese do. That’s exactly what @hemantbhagwani did to get a better understanding of Burmese food. During a visit at the markets, you can see rows and rows of stalls carrying fruits and vegetables local to that area. It has been a month since our opening, and we have received so much love and support from the community. We’re amazed by the feedback and we’re glad that you have fallen in love with this cuisine.
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.