Yoma Burmese Restaurant

Boston, Massachusetts

3.9 / 2 votes

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Burmese food with many vegan options

Features a large vegetarian section on the menu with over 20 different offerings, most of which appear to be vegan. Some dishes include chickpea-battered tofu dishes and vegan broths, among other options.

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Yoma is a wonderful Burmese Restaurant located in the "vegan district" of Boston (i.e. next to Grasshopper and Piece O' Pie). While the restaurant itself is not all-vegetarian, it has many wonderful vegetarian and vegan options on the menu. My favorite Burmese restaurant staples are the Tea Leaf Salad and Coconut Rice, and Yoma does an excellent job with both. I especially love the fact that the Tea Leaf Salad comes "disassembled" so that customers can mix it themselves. The Burmese-style limeade is also highly recommended - it's not overly sweet, which makes it much more palatable than most American-style lime juice drinks.

Overall, I would say that Yoma is one of the better Burmese restaurants that I've been to. The food was delicious, the service was very quick and attentive and there wasn't a huge wait to get a table.

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I went here after my high school graduation and they were really great. We were a large group - 12, I think - and they were very tolerant and helpful in describing the menu, which is quite unusual. I've only ever had Burmese food in one other restaurant, but this place really is good - especially their salads. My only hesitation is that it's somewhat pricey (most around $10) but really very good.

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noon - 3pm;
5pm - 10pm
noon - 10pm

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