Olives, white wheat and the grape, while these are the cornerstones of the Mediterranean kitchen from the land of sun, sea and olive trees, Olea now opened at first floor, Meliá Yangon to bring the heart and soul of the Mediterranean to all Yangon’s culinary followers.
Featuring a dynamic cuisine that varies from province-to-province and country-to-country (including Greece, Spain, Italy, France and Northern America), these differences give way to surprising parallels that transcend language and societal differences. It is the rich blend of cultures and the shared history of this region that radiates from every dish.
Olea offers modern interpretations of classic Tapas, Tagines, Grills and more – there is something on the menu to surprise and delight every guest. Escape the pace of the city by soaking up the atmosphere in comfortable, homely surroundings while appreciating something special from their extensive wine cellar. Olea is for indulgence, prepare your palate to be inspired.
Olea is the tradition and love that goes into every dish that adds vibrancy and familiarity to every meal. It is the same philosophy of passion and togetherness that is at the core of Olea’s kitchen team.
“At Olea, we keep one eye on the past by sourcing culturally vital ingredients and adhering to traditional and time-honored preparation methods, while the other looks forward; innovating and evolving to excite and invigorate on every visit.
Freshness and quality of produce are at the heart of our menu and we welcome you to take this culinary journey with us” said by the executive chef, Mr. Paul Wieser.
“In wine there is truth”, and peace and calm as well. Wine is the essence of unforgettable moments and its history is as long as humanity itself. Olea respectfully pairs culinary tradition with extensive wine list, marrying them in perfect harmony.
And Olea’s Director of F&B, Mr. Rene Bennett says “Olea cellar seeks to pay homage to this thousand-year-old tradition while highlighting the culinary expertise of our kitchen team. It contains over 120 wines from 9 different countries, priced from US $32 up until US $2,100”.