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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.
Shan Yoe Yar is a Shan-style fine dining restaurant.Set in an attractive, air-conditioned and renovated wooden house, it serves a selection of well-known and lesser-known fine Shan dishes. The staff are dressed in traditional Shan outfits and the cuisine is outstanding.
This quaint little restaurant that sits on the first floor of a traditional Burmese building also doubles up as an art gallery. Serving Chinese and Burmese food, it’s run by a non-governmental volunteer group that helps street kids by giving them training in food and beverage. There’s a small table (it only seats two people) that sits on the balcony and it offers a great view of the bustling street life below. There are only half a dozen tables but the art on the walls make it an enjoyable place.
One of the most famous Chinese hot pots in town. This Kamayut Branch has only indoor seating (air-con supplied). You can have normal soup or spicy soup as stock. This restaurant is also popular for its fresh hand-made Strawberry Juice in the winter season.
The famous big bright yellow smiley face of Happy Cafe & Noodles can be found in quite a few venues in town. The most enjoyable setting is in the garden of the beautiful colonial building which shelters the inya Road Branch. Their patio is the place to go for some relaxing drinks and a couple of shared plates of Myanmar foods. Their menu focuses on Myanmar snacks, rice and noodles but offers Western options too (and cheap cocktails).
Summer palace is your typical Chinese food served with gourmet flair. The staff are courteous and attentive, and the menu is extensive. There are private rooms available at no extra cost, and the dining area, though open, doest not feel crowded. So if you have a hankering for sea cucumber or just want one of the standbys like Kong Pow chicken, then head upstairs to Traders lobby and turn left.
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.
It’s a Chinese restaurant located at Market Place by City Mart. It’s a nice place and good food with reasonable price.
Taste this delicious Shabu Shabu Hot Pot from Taiwan. Food comes either in individual a` la carte plates, or as a set of meat plus vegetables. Not a big eatery, it seats about 30 people. There are bar seats. Food costs average around 10,000 Ks for a set ; includes your choice of meats, vegies, iced teas and sauces. Staff and management are polite and friendly.
Feel Myanmar has many branches all over town. A great restaurant to get acquainted with local cuisine, it is popular with both visitors from abroad and locals. There is a wide selection of local options and the seating area outside is always busy, giving a lively atmosphere to your dining experience, especially at the main branch when they have a live band playing!
Swe Thai offers Thai and Hai Nan menus for dine-in, events and catering services. Its 10+ years of experience speaks for itself.
No (1), Thiri Yadanar Street, Thingangyun Township, Yangon
Local snacks, dim sum and noodles at affordable prices. Service is fast and quality of food guaranteed.
Aung Thukha is an excellent place to sample a range of Myanmar food: from rich, meaty curries to light, freshly made salads. The flavours are more subtle here than elsewhere, emphasising herbs rather than oil and spice. It is almost always busy, but manages to maintain a gentle, friendly service and a palpable old-school atmosphere, making the experience akin to eating at someone’s home.
Myanmar cultural performances and international buffet Daily 6 pm to 9 pm. Immerse yourself in the rich culture of Myanmar at Karaweik Palace, the only place in Yangon
where you can discover authentic traditional performances, arts and crafts, great food and sincere Myanmar hospitality in the air-conditioned comfort of a majestic setting. Karaweik Palace is one of the most instantly recognisable landmarks in Myanmar. The magnificent gold Karaweik birds appear to float majestically on the serene Kandawgyi Lake, adjacent to serene parkland. The allure of it's unique architectural beauty and representation of Myanmar culture has drawn curious and intrigued travellers and admirers from near and far for decades. The interior has two grand spacious halls with glorious gold and white ornate high ceilings intricately decorated with Kanote (traditional handcrafted wood carving). Each hall has nine huge windows and an attractive stage, bar and wood dining tables and chairs. Cool, light and
airy, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the dining experience in pleasant surroundings. The entertaining and engaging performances highlight several remarkable eras in Myanmar history,dating back as far as the Bagan era 1044-1287 to the time prior to Independence in 1948. Stunning Costumes and experience dancers bring the show to life and will transport you back in time. Our executive Chef carefully selects the freshest ingredients daily to prepare authentic Myanmar dishes packed full of subtle flavours and delicate spices, ranging from fragrant curries to sweet deserts. A selection of European dishes, sushi and fresh salads complete the tempting spread at the buffet. Traditional Myanmar Lunch – accompanied by Myanmar Harpist Daily 11am to 3 pm Enjoy a Myanmar lunch served in the traditional style – several interesting and delicious dishes are served on a Daunlaun- a lacquer tray on a tray. A choice of a Royal Family set menu or an individual et menu- each a selection of soup, curry, vegetables,salads, condiments and seasonal fresh fruit. Try the mouth- watering favourite dish of Myanmar- Mohingar. Karaweik Palace is one of the most instantly recognisable landmarks in Myanmar. The
magnificent gold Karaweik birds appear to float majestically on the serene Kandawgyi Lake,
adjacent to serene parkland. The allure of it's unique architectural beauty and representation of
Myanmar culture has drawn curious and intrigued travellers and admirers from near and far for
The interior has two grand spacious halls with glorious gold and white ornate high ceilings
intricately decorated with Kanote (traditional handcrafted wood carving). Each hall has nine
huge windows and an attractive stage, bar and wood dining tables and chairs. Cool, light and
airy, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the dining experience in pleasant surroundings.