Venues that specifically say they are a fine dining restaurant.
This quaint tea house is the place to go to try out exclusive blends of tea. Set A is for two people and includes unlimited teapot refrill along with scones and cream, four different types of cake, two sorts of sandwiches and even a mini-chicken burger. Set B is for four people and is more or less set A timed by two. Ask to explore the house (including outdoor areas) before sitting down: it is full of hidden gems and each room has its own character.
This restaurant, well situated by Kandawgyi Lake, serves tasty Chinese dishes in a simple atmosphere. Service is fast and professional. It can hold up to 300 guests and provides entertainment for those plaining to organise big gatherings.
The Brasserie @ the lobby of Sedona Hotel serves various themed buffets nightly including the Chef?s Table Sunday Brunch.
Emerald Traditional Cuisine, a fine dining restaurant, is situated near University Ave Road. You won’t miss it; there’s a red-and-green LED light signage at the entrance. Opened late last year, it offers a more modern take on traditional Myanmar cuisine. Everything looks new, from the manicured garden to the furniture, the fixtures to the staffs crisp uniforms. Traditional Myanmar recipes come from Rakhine, Shan, Kachin, Chin and Mon state.
Eliq Restaurant, situation at the back of Avenue 64 Hotel, for the most part is a hidden gem and arguably, under-rated. Started since 2012, it serves a medley of healthy, Asian and fusion dishes concocted by Chef Aung Htike, a local genius who drew his culinary inspirations from his experiences in the UAE and Japan.
Han Thar Gardens is a rustic colonial style boutique restaurant, an ideal escape from busy Yangon.
Set in the same building as Peperoni Pizza, this restaurant serves Sigaporean favourites such as chicken rice, char kway teow, satay and sweet desserts that are not easily available like ice kachang. The open kitchen is fun to peek into.
Named for the British author who penned such iconic verses as “Mandalay”, this bar rekindles the atmosphere of Kipling’s early 20th-century Burmese Days. Rife with nostalgia for colonial life in the tropics, it adds another layer of experience to your chosen beverage. Make sure to try an award-winning cocktail, such as “Picturesque Paddy”, a rice-based vodka concoction created by talented bartender.
Walk into Indian Tadka and it’s a different gastronomic world altogether. If you are a connoisseur of fine-cooked comfort food and love to tease your taste buds, then Indian Tadka would probably be the one to take you on that journey.
Le Planteur is set in a beautiful colonial mansion overlooking Inya Lake. They have been around since 1998 and their standard of quality has not changed. Expect authentic French cuisine in a unique setting. They also withhold a Bistro area and a wine bar where you can sip wine by the sample, glass or bottle through a self-service machine or served by a waiter. Enjoy their indoor lounge, outdoor garden area, or a scenic veranda for high tea.
“57Below Catering” has earned an excellent reputation catering at some high profile private, corporate, sports and charity events from The KBZ Music Run to National Days at Embassies.
Their product is known as “food theatre” – beautifully present and deliciously different food that customers can “eat with their eyes”. They always strike to accessible to everyone, providing food and drink with a superb point of difference. “57Below” personnel are among the most experienced and committed in the industry, providing a knowledgeable and friendly service.
They cater for Corporate Events, Weddings, Food Stalls, Gala Dinners, Charities, Cocktail Parties, Special Occasions and BBQ’s.
They cover the following cuisines: Myanmar, British, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, French, Indian, Thai and Korean.
Jeff Kitchen, a casual restaurant which already gained its popularity and acceptance by the locals & expats in the perspective of food, decoration, ambiance and service, has everything to offer from event hosting to a casual meeting. A two-storey classical building with glass walls along with a wide area of parking has retained its own classiness and fame over all these years.
Old world elegance meets timeless Burmese charm in their leafy Yangon retreat. Set in a verdant garden dotted with lotus pools, Belmond Governor’s Residence offers a secluded sanctuary. The
alluring scent of spices draws guests to Mandalay Restaurant where their Executive Chef, Karl Reyes, expertly weaves local produce into traditional Burmese and classic European dishes, creating a menu alive with colour. Enjoy a lantern-lit dinner in the balmy evening air as tropical fragrances scent. At Belmond Governor's Residence, there’s something to tempt you at any hour.
Chill Panner (Only Vegetable) – $10
Weekend Dinner Buffet – $25 per pax
European Buffet (Friday)
Asian Buffet (Saturday)
Indian Buffet (Sunday)
This five-deck “luxury yacht” has a few restaurants onboard. Decorated to reflect the style of the industrial revolution, it may come across as being rather tacky … which can be fun if you want something different! Dishes include smoked salmon salad, crusted butter fish, chicken breast cooked in lemon and Lamb dishes. For dessert, choices include tiramisu and other cakes and pies, with ice cream of course! Vegetarian option is also available.
A New Fine-dining Restaurant in People’s Park Compound, committed on bringing good food, good service and great ambience. The interior decoration will take out your breath for awhile. The food are beyond Western and Asian Fusion. Also BYOB system, “Bring Your Own Bottle”, and enjoy your own personal collection at The Yangon Restaurant. Takes Reservations, Walk-Ins Welcome, Waiter Service and Outdoor Seating. They serve dinner and drinks and the attire code is a little dressy.