Aurora’s Mango House bills itself as “a shared space for resettled refugees” and includes medical and dental offices as well as space for youth organizations and community programs. But there’s also a small food court with international vendors selling the best of their country’s food. Siri Tan launched Urban Burma here in early 2019, with the most complete roster of Burmese dishes the area has seen. But Tan’s restaurant isn’t just a novelty. The beef curry, nan gyi dok noodles and occasional mohinga, a catfish noodle soup considered the national dish of Myanmar, are all made with love and care.
- Price: $
- Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Alcohol: No alcohol
- Reservations: Not necessary
- Parking: On-street
- Gift cards for purchase
- Grocery & retail items for sale
- Use restaurant website to order/pay