Excellent fine-dining Myanmar restaurant with simple and classic decoration in a cozy colonial style building.
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.
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.
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.
A good place to enjoy Thai Cuisine outside of Gamone Pwint Shopping Mall. It can be easily find since it is just right next door of the main entrance of Gamone Pwint.
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.
Santino is serving
Breakfast (Burmese style, noodle soup, western sytel)
Soup & Salad
Western Main Dish
One Plate Meals
Cold & Hot Drinks
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.
Essentially popular amongst Thai and local people, KKS B.B.Q is know for its nice outdoor seating. There are many kinds of barbecue available such as seafood, ham, bacon , vegetables, and you can also order barbecue with a set menu. It is always crowded with people at night and they have a family set for 19,000 Ks.
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.