Venues that specifically say they are a fine dining restaurant.
Merlion Restaurant has recently started their Singaporean styled restaurant located at Myanmar Plaza, 3rd Floor Unit 309, near Sedona Hotel Yangon. Their food are mostly Singapore based and their head chef was previously from Ritz Carlton Singapore. Their aim is to bring you the best food taste from Singapore to Yangon.
One special thing about this restaurant is that they have their own soya bean machine which they made fresh soya bean milk and tofu daily. Their favourite pick of the menu would be Fish Head Curry at the current.
The Melia Hotel has opened The Market, their all-day gourmet restaurant which is open to guests and non-guests alike. They serve both local and international cuisines and ingredients, suitable for day-time walk-in business as well as casual happy hours and family dining. An energetic, spirited, lively, playful, cozy and theatrical concept, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets.
An elegant and modern Vietnamese fine dining experience with a show kitchen with a view of main kitchen through a glass wall, allowing guests to see the chefs as they prepare Vietnamese delicacies, in a peaceful atmosphere.
The Lantern has 3 private dining rooms with large round table, separate seating area and private restroom and 1 semi-private dining room.
The food styles are mix of traditional and modern Vietnamese delicacies covering both Southern and Northern styles.
The Bistrot offers traditional European bistro dishes as well as international bistro dishes made from predominantly local ingredients and offers a great selection of wines to compliment the food. Located right by the pool guests have the chance to dine inside or out on the pool deck whilst enjoying the tranquility of the oasis like atmosphere the pool courtyard offers.
With a capacity for 60 people and located on Meliá Yangon’s first floor, Olea features a country style dining room with different atmospheres, including a relaxing sofa lounge area perfect for pre-dinner or afterwork drinks and a wine cellar, its private dining area.
The restaurant opens its doors during dinner service every day, from 6 pm to 10 pm, to invite customers to merge in its modern, relaxing and homely ambience. Groups can be considered for lunch with pre-arrangement.
Slightly earlier, customers will be able to enjoy a range of spirits and cocktails from entry level until top shelf in Olea’s bar: from Monday to Friday from 5 pm to 10 pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 3 pm to 10 pm.
The Strand Restaurant, seating up to 45 diners as well as a private dining room for 10 guests, offers Classic European cuisine, pairing high quality imported ingredients with the varied organic produce found in Myanmar.
The Pegu Club was originally established in 1882 by the British. Over the years, the club remained an intimate part of Yangon’s history and went on to inspire world-famous novels and cocktails. Surrounded by teak walls, grand stairways Pegu Club is an oasis of charm and splendor with cooling drinks and fine feasts where heritage and modern sensibilities meet.
Great location and interior, The Ritz offers Italian cuisine at reasonable prices. A pizza oven outside, and inside a bar stocked with international grade liquors and alcohol. It’s a good choice destination for a first date or a business meeting. The Lake View Restaurant has a seating capacity in Excess of 200 guests consisting of the main dining room, 3 private rooms, and upstairs for private events seating for additional 100 guests in the garden during the dry season.