Yangon (formerly known as Rangoon) is no longer the capital of Myanmar, but it has experienced a huge increase in tourism recently. Book early, as hotel rooms are sometimes hard to find! While you’re in town, the Shwedagon Pagoda, an immense, ancient Buddhist shrine, is a must-see—TripAdvisor travelers recommend visiting at sunrise or sunset.
Things to do in Yangon (Rangoon)
4.5 based on 1 reviews
WE HAVE MOVED TO 80 UNIVERSITY AVENUE. Le Planteur opens a new restaurant on Inya Lake, at 80 University Road. Le Planteur (Inya Lake) upgraded even more to the next standard of finesse in quality, standard and ambience!! And so, Le Planteur (Inya Lake) remains faithful to its concept, in a stunningly attractive venue!! It is an exciting and wonderful evolution and change for Le Planteur - but the things you and I love about Le Planteur have not changed. A new Chef arrived at Le Planteur! The team is proud to welcome Chef Gil Dumoulin who will be in charge of the fine dining restaurant.
The setting of this restaurant is unique in the sense that it neither exotic, classic, romantic nor exclusive. But as a new comer to this restaurant, I really enjoyed the serene setting in the outdoor facing the beautiful Inya Lake. Service is tip top and food is well above par. The decoration of this restaurant is somewhat clever and attractive in its own way. For instant: 1. The legs of the red crouch in the lounge has a pair of lady's high heeled shoes. 2. The washing basins in the washroom are two elephant heads... and you need to find the handle to turn the water on... most guests twisted the elephant head first!
4.5 based on 396 reviews
Enjoy the exotic, local cuisine of Myanmar, with its subtly blended spice, or select from a wide variety of European fine-dining specialties. Mandalay Restaurant at Belmond Governor's Residence benefits from a romantic location, surrounded by tropical Gardens and lotus ponds. Dishes are created with carefully selected local and seasonal quality products and also with love, enthusiasm and passion.
Most every traveler I know thinks this is the best restaurant and best dining experience in Yangon and I agree. I give an equal rating to the Strand, but the Strand is Colonial and Mandalay feels more Burmese. Yes, it is a resort, but where else can you dine on a beautiful campus where service and atmosphere is the number one concern. The prices are very reasonable given American standards. I love the place.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We provide the different kind of Shan traditional noodles and Shan cuisine.
I love their signature Shan noodle with coconut cream. Tastes amazing and also their fried tofu which is different with Chinese Japanese tofu.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
Shwe Sa Bwe aims to prepare Myanmar people for the restaurant Industry. <br>The training is complimentary and supported by the restaurant guests turnover. Training lasts 11 months. The restaurant has an annual closing in July and August when the new promotion of students start its training course. Our trainees, under the supervision of experienced teachers, cook and serve French food, bistro style for lunch and fine dining for dinner. We offer set menus at reasonable price which rotates every 3 weeks.
I had the good fortune of having dinner at Shwe Sa Bwe. The staff are in training in both the kitchen and the restaurant and I found the service attentive, polite, professional and the fabulous food delicious and beautifully presented. Highly recommended
4.5 based on 305 reviews
Linkage Restaurant is a social project as well as a link to Tha-Nge-Chin-Myar, a volunteer group founded in 2010. It is a pretty corner in crowded downtown of Yangon, Myanmar where you can enjoy a great collection of Myanmar Fine Art (paintings) and delicious food prepared and served by enthusiastic young adolescents with dignity!
Situated in a,busy,busy street with a narrow staircase leading to the first floor and nondescript doorway is this tiny eatery+art gallery. There is nothing fussy or ornate about the place.The Seating is simple....A couple of chairs are placed in the minuscule balcony too and if the weather is pleasant is a nice place to sit and watch the activity below.
Order your meal from a Burmese and Chinese menu that serves, soups, salads( don't miss the tea-leaf salad) noodles, vegetables and fish and meat dishes and then sit and relax, for it's going to take some time to be on your table, as the food is cooked from scratch.
What makes this place quite unique is that it is run by an NGO that trains street children in the food business. So it is an effort that is indeed laudable. Besides, the food is awesome!
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Myanmar authentic food collection from various regions of the whole our country .We avoid " MSG " for health and all kind of meet is safety in " Hala ".We also make sure for pure vegetarian clients, gluten free and any kind of food allergic person.
Modern style restaurant which bills itself as the “Myanmar National Restaurant”. Food choices are typical Burmese, but extremely well prepared and tasty. Popular with groups, especially for lunch, but don’t let that deter you... there are several smaller rooms especially for groups.
4.5 based on 395 reviews
I don't understand the score this restaurant has achieved. The curry we shared was overly sweet with a too-rich creamy base. The spices weren't especially like authentic Thai. It wasn't cheap. It stood out as the one of the few disappointments after a month of eating in restaurants all over Myanmar, especially considering the price. It was certainly not terrible, but really, what's the big deal ? Perhaps they are feeling overly secure.
4.5 based on 440 reviews
A wonderful dining experience. Great ambiance, good selection of sushi and drinks. Particularly recommend the BBQ eel rolls!!!! Very good prices given the quality of the food! 10/10Thank you for taking the time to leave us your feedback, we are delighted that you had such an enjoyable evening! We will pass our comments onto our team who will be so happy to hear you enjoyed the BBQ eel so much!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Rangoon Tea House is a modern recreation of an old, colonial-era restaurant set in the heart of downtown Yangon. The cuisine is inspired from that of local tea shops, whose traditions stretch back to when Burma was a part of British India when Rangoon was the second largest migration port in the world. That translates to the menu where you can find Mohinga, biryani, and chocolate samosas! The mezzanine of Rangoon Tea House is The Toddy Bar, a modern Burmese cocktail bar with cocktails designed by award-winning and internationally renowned mixologist, Hideyuki Saito.
Had lunch here this afternoon. Sat upstairs. Lovely decor, excellent service and great food. Had grilled butter fish and tofu salad.
4.5 based on 132 reviews
Mahlzeit offers a broad range of regional German dishes. Beside the familiar knuckles of pork and sausages there are many unknown, but delicious dishes and exquisite desserts. Do not hesitate to ask if you cannot find your favorite on the menu. We provide you with the best food of every region in Germany as well as a choice of beers, organic juices, excellent coffee and tea and other beverages. One of our specialities will be the German Pizza called Flammkuchen. Guten Appetit (enjoy your meal) and Prost (cheers)!
Very nice German Restaurant. They gave us a great welcome. We were celebrating birthday party and they make very good romantic atmosphere always supporting it.
Service is very good, and kitchen is German and European, they have home bread, sausages, snitzel, and other German foods.
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