Check out our weekend guide if you haven’t planned your day off. We’ve got a new wine introduction, a grill buffet, an ecological workshop and more!
New things we have noted
For wine lovers near and far, Babett is introducing the Beaujolais Nouveau, a red wine made from Gamay grapes produced in the Beaujolais region of France. Enjoy the first wine of the fresh harvest with French dishes.
Promotion you can’t miss
Sunday Roast at the Market Restaurant at Melia Yangon is unmissable. Feast on freshly prepared Braised Beef Brisket, Oven Roasted Lamb Leg, Oven Roasted Pork Neck, Beef Wellington, Herb Crusted Roasted Whole Seabass and more at US$42 from 11:30am to 3pm. Enjoy an early bird discount of $39++ per person until 12 November. Call 09 940 407 700 or 01 934 5000 to book.
13 Nov | Melia Yangon
Place we’re revisiting
Omnivore had a rough start since it opened just before Covid-19 hit the country. But as true champions of the F&B industry, it is resilient and awarded with the diners’ recognition. We’ll pay a revisit there someday.
Event you should check out
/ရှိ roughly means “be” in the Burmese language and is pronounced “shi”. The /ရှိ Exhibition traces the changes in the local art community since the pandemic hit the country. You will see how these artists come to be at a particular place or existence through their works.
12 Nov 2022 – 12 Jan 2023 | Multiple venues
Educative event you should check out
Do you know how much waste you produce every year? Do you want to know how to reduce it? This weekend, the farmers’ market at Kokkoya Organics will also feature talk sessions that will share knowledge on reducing food waste, home gardening, and more. Check the details here.
(9:30am – 4pm) 13 Nov | Kokkoya Organics
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