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Special dinner at the Strand is bound to take your taste buds to southern...

Those in the know say that the sun-soaked Occitanie region of southern France is a hidden jewel, with perfect wine-producing terroirs and famous gastronomic specialties from land and sea. For three nights...

Le Planteur joins the Sunday Brunch clash

Most of you’d think about Sunday brunch, more or less, at Yangon’s five-star hotels. But, in reverse, what about a grandeur restaurant by the Inya lake hidden inside from the hustle city. 

The Newsroom: Yangon’s little England pairs regional cuisines with European

The Newsroom Café and Deli, is the resident cafe, and delicatessen of The Yangon Excelsior.  It wasn’t apparent that a five-star hotel was hidden in the narrow Bo Soon...

Michelin-Starred Chef Roland Durand takes over The Strand Restaurant from 6th-8th December

Last night MYANMORE was granted a sneak peek of something rather special at The Strand Restaurant; a 6-course dinner prepared by Michelin starred Guest Chef Roland Durand, in collaboration with resident Executive Chef Patrick...

The Strand Restaurant Reopens

The Strand Hotel is well-known as one of Asia’s most awe-inspiring Colonial landmarks. After being closed for the past 4 months, The Strand Restaurant is finally back with a new fine dining menu, flavored...

Shwe Sa Bwe launches new website

French restaurant and catering school Shwe Sa Bwe celebrated the launch of its new website recently. The renovated villa is known for its French fare and for training young apprentices from disadvantaged backgrounds from across...

Rachel’s: a Royalty-Worthy Experience

Dining at Rachel ’s goes beyond just having a meal - it is a true royalty-worthy experience, meticulously crafted to ‘wow’ you at every touch of sophistication.

Baker Secrets: A little bit of France in Yangon

Croissants! Butter Croissants! Cream Cheese Raisins! Kouign-Amann, and of course the very symbol of France, the Baguette! All of these and more, the absolute finest of French and Japanese style pastries can be found only...

[Review] Definitely an Ô’thentic spot

We are spoiled for choices to eat in Yangon these days. Yet, come by lunchtime, we tend to have “ What should I eat for lunch?” dilemma. Some days, you are just not up...

What Next For The European Food Festival?

Liz Smailes Of all the reasons that make Yangon an increasingly attractive place to visit, discover or even live, the potential for gastronomy excellence is among the most vibrant ones currently evolving. This, together with...