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.
Both branches of Easy Cafe are popular amongst Yangon’s ‘digital nomads’ for their quick internet, relaxing vibe and well-designed decor. Brilled as your “home away from home”, Easy is an oasis of comfort with style and an open invitation to indulge in Taiwanese Asian-Western fusion of gourmet delights. The food is getting good reviews too, particularly its Taiwanese Rice and beef sandwiches.
This restaurant has several branches. The one near Cousins Grill is the most popular for its foods, while the one near Shwedagon Pagoda is most reputed for its view. The restaurants are spacious, making them ideal for large groups.
The standard of the food varies but the roast duck seems to be a dish which consistently satisfies customers. Reservation is highly recommended.
The Western Park Royal Restaurant , third associated restaurant of the Western Park Group established in 1993 and now having the age 13 years, was open in the Education zone on the Pearl Maha Myaing Kyun of Kandawgyi Nature Park near to the Bahan 3rd Street Bus stop,Bahan Township, Yangon on 1st May,2006.
The Kandawgyi Swimming Pool and Resort were organized and established under the name of Western Park Royal after the swimming Pool of the Yangon?s aged Orient Club has been renovated and upgraded.
This self-proclaimed ‘Oasis in the City’ has a certain mercurial quality. Sunset hues bleed into the pools while the vast garden area offers relaxation after a long, hot and stressful day. The restaurant provides Italian as well as local foods to match your wine, cocktail or soft drink.
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.
Sabai Sabai’s Inya Road branch, now located in front of Sedona Hotel, continues to maintain hight standards. The food is presentable, mid-market and in a western-friendly restaurant. Popular among expacts and locals, it serves Thai dishes such as tom yum, tom kha and seafood. The sunset view is remarkable.
Excellent hot pot buffet of fried foods, suhi, and dim-sum plus a selection of fruits, drinks and dessert (a` la carte menu is on offer if you prefer more options than what they serve for buffet),. Gets crowded fast, so come early for dinner.