Golden Myanmar Restaurant Shop 8, G/F, 379-389 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay 2838 9305 The fare An exotic Burmese menu that feels like a cross between Malay, Indonesian and northern Thai, except for some unique items such as the cured tea leaf salad. The ambience The no-frills interior (with exposed pipes and ceiling) is offset with pleasing ethnic touches and the rattan chairs woven in black and white plastic. The cost No more than $100 a person, with soft drinks. Who to bring A good friend or two for a casual dinner before a night out in Causeway Bay. Turn-ons The laid-back atmosphere and the inexpensive food. The samosa salad with cabbage and cucumber dressed in tart sauce and parata (deep-fried layered bread) deserves special mention. Turn-offs The moun hin gar (curried fish soup with vermicelli, $28) was disappointingly thin on content (according to the owner, the Burmese traditionally remove all the fish meat after the soup is cooked). The extras A mixed verdict on the Burmese pudding ($22, five pieces): you have to love coconut oil to like it. Another acquired taste is the shwe yin aye ($20), a traditional dessert soup eaten with bread.