The Corriander Leaf Group is one of the most elite chains of restaurants in Myanmar. After being established in 2011 in Yangon, Myanmar, Corriander Leaf has blossomed into an ever-expanding one-stop paradise for all your favorite delicacies and drinks. The entire chain of our restaurants have customized catering services as per the needs and feedback. An open invitation to become a part of the Corriander Leaf Family.
This tiny restaurant in the heart of downtown serves what is regarded as some of the best Indian and Nepalese food in the city. The vegetarian Thali set is particularly popular. Don’t expect fine dining, but just a couple of tables and wall fans.
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.
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.
The authenticity of North Indian Cuisine and Indian Chinese fusion food combines all time “Food in my home country, India, is just not food: it is infused with the endless and immeasurable ingredient called love, which makes it special. In the past few years, there has been a huge difference between the ethnic food available in Myanmar compared to the food available in India because of the scarcity of ingredients and a qualified cook. Luckily indian food, which we have left far away in our hometown, is now more available here in Myanmar, promising the same flavors. „ Arpit Pareek Owner, Indian Tadka Chicken Tikka © Bawarchi EnjoyIt / June 2015 32 favourites like murg malai kebab, chicken tikka, tandoori prawns, and mutton rogan josh. For vegetarians, there are also many choices including bharwa paneer tikka, paneer butter masala, palak kofta, vegetable jalfrezi and lots more to try.
This authentic Northern Indian fine dining restaurant can seat up to 70 patrons and still has to turn customers away on weekends because of its popularity! Aside from the fact that they make their own yogurts and cheeses and pound spices daily for freshness, the Taj has made a hit with its halal-only dishes and alcohol-free zone. The meats are so tender that they melt in the mouth and the gravies are made with generous amounts of ghee, feasting here just cannot go wrong.