Most of you’d think about Sunday brunch, more or less, at Yangon’s five-star hotels. But, in reverse, what about a grandeur restaurant by the Inya lake hidden inside from the hustle city.
Le Planteur, established within a colonial house in 1998, is a French dining mansion offering an international gastronomic experience follows by Executive Chef Jean Marc Lemmery who has worked in the 3-star Michelin restaurant in Hotel Balzac, Paris and Sketch, in London. Later then decided to open his own restaurant, l’Alycastre in France, 2004 and it was awarded a Michelin star the following year.
The restaurant has launched its Sunday Brunch menu last weekend, accompanied by free flow drink-bubbles, wines and soft drinks. The menu, set at a price of US$ 45 nett per person, includes smoked salmons, hummus tapenade and tzatziki toasts, egg, skewers, soups and prawns, pastas, pan-fried veggies and homemade bread. What makes it more special is the unlimited pan-seared foie gras and pork butt as stand food; cook live right in front of you by the chef. More often, Le Planteur offers homemade ham and duck magret (seared duck breast with honey, orange, and thyme) at the cooking station.
Relax, sit and enjoy your brunch with some lounge music inside the garden or inside the extensive wine cellar with a cozy atmosphere. Don’t forget to finish your dessert; apple tart and fruit platter, with a cup of americano or a tea. Available on every Sunday from 11:30am to 2:30pm, indulge yourself and your friends at the elegant Le Planteur by a warm-hearted Sunday Brunch. Reserve your seat via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 514230.
Address: 80 University Avenue, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.