Reimagining the elegance and flavours of old-world Burma, The Pansodan is a newly lit beacon on Yangon’s most celebrated culinary street. The restaurant is styled as a Burmese brasserie within a former Bank of India building. From the floors, paved with chevron marble, to the ceiling, capped with glinting gold-leaf, every inch of The Pansodan is designed to take its guests on a journey into a bygone age. Open to serve everything from an early morning breakfast to after dinner drinks, The Pansodan is destined to become a new nexus in the heart of downtown. Some of the most creative minds in Yangon’s culinary scene have come together to create a menu designed to present Burma’s timeless recipes, with the occasional contemporary twist. Guests can also expect herbaceous cocktails, as well as imported wines and spirits. The Pansodan exists to champion Burmese culture, helping the guests experience traditional fare with new eyes.
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106 Pansodan Road, Lower Middle Block, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar
106 Pansodan Street Yangon Yangon Region MM
7:00 AM - 11:30 PM
No. 81 Pansodan Street, between Maha Bandula Road and Merchant Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar 0.09 km
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