Decola blends traditional Myanmar fare and European classics in a contemporary setting. From its brunch selection to its home-baked cakes and endless range of fresh drinks, it’s certainly worth a visit.
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.
The Kipling’s Restaurant and its outdoor terrace offer a fusion of Asian and Western cuisine where traditional recipes and secrets combine to create mouthwatering dishes, all of this whilst enjoying a splendid view of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda.
The open air dining terrace in the Kipling’s is overlooking the pool. Thier Chef looks forward to enticing you with his culinary treats whilst enjoying the romantic ambiance.
Putao is the northernmost town of Kachin State, up near the beautiful Hkakabo Razi snow-capped mountain. The food served in this Putao restaurant is mainly Kachin food, but they also serve a few Thai dishes. Their cuisine is made from plenty of greens and interesting potatos, and is then spiced with a Putao variant of the dreaded ?gullah-authee? chilis.
Daw Saw Yee is a cheap, authenticate and humble Myanmar food experience, where both locals and adventurous tourists can appreciate the local scene. There is a brief English-language menu, but your best bet is to have a look at the selection of curries behind the counter. As in most places, curries come with rice and a small soup.
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The Harmoneat model is simple. Share stories and cuisines through our food truck. By creating a place to explore differences and similarities between communities, we hope to build trust, understanding and tolerance – and together, promote a better future.
Myanmar, or Burmese, food is diverse, delicious and simple to make at home. Here at Harmoneat, we are passionate about showcasing the country’s best food – from the hills in the North all the way to the Irrawaddy delta in the South.
This is a typical local restaurant which serves Myanmar and Chinese dishes that come in large portions. Good for a feast after visiting the Shwedagon Pagoda. Their pan grilled chicken, mee whole fish and squeezed fruit juices are recommended for their freshness. Expect a place only Myanmar people can create.
This gem is the place to go for traditional Wa food served on a rattan tray, lined with banana leaves. Wa cuisine is well known for its spiciness so be prepared. The restaurant is quite hard to find, but don’t give up, it is really worth the effort.