We did not know what to expect at Mingala, since we just sort of wandered in off the street on a whim. But I must say, the restaurant is very quaint, pleasant, and low key. It was nearly empty at 8pm on a Friday night when we were there, and the service was good. The food -- Burmese, which we had never tried before -- is similar to Thai/Chinese with a twist, and offers a nice alternative to our typical dinner spots. The atmosphere lacks a little bit but both walls and the ceiling are covered with a beautiful mural that's worth a look. The best thing about Mingala is that it is very inexpensive. We will certainly try delivery from this place, and I'm sure we'll end up going back to eat-in as well since I don't think it's ever going to be tough to get a table here. I would have given Mingala 5 stars if the ambience had been a little better, but 4 stars still earns this place another visit as far as I'm concerned.
Pros: Good Food, Good Service, Cool Mural, Very Inexpensive, Nice Alternative to Chinese/Thai
Cons: Lacking in Ambience