Dinning Area at Monsoon, Myanmar


Phyu Phyu Tin, the owner of this charming restaurant around the corner from The Strand, was one of the first restaurateurs to introduce the notion that Burmese food (normally eaten on the street) and an elevated dining experience can coexist. It’s a great spot for trying a host of local dishes, as well as Thai and Laotian cuisine. The airy dining room with comfy wicker chairs and a soaring ceiling is a welcome respite from the hot, crowded streets of downtown Yangon. After your meal, don’t miss the Pomelo boutique next doors; it’s a wonderful fair trade shop that carries lovely accessories and gifts.

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Rangoon Tea House

A stylishly designed spot in downtown Yangon, Rangoon Tea House serves elevated versions of traditional Burmese food, biryanis and curries as well as tea and all the snacks that go with it (tea-leaf salad, spring rolls, bao, samosas and more).  One of Yangon’s best restaurants, this hipster spot is just as popular among locals as with travelers.

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Interiors at Shwe Sa Bwe (Golden Table), Myanmar

Shwe Sa Bwe (Golden Table)

The concept of this wonderful restaurant resembles that of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen: the cooks in the kitchen are underprivileged young people who are being trained as chefs and who are selected based on their motivation and their willingness to stay and work in Myanmar. “We want to prepare them for dynamic careers in the hospitality industry in their native country by providing them with an appropriate curriculum based on international standards,” say the owners of this unique dining venue. The restaurant where guests can sample the young chef’s menus is open for dinner only. It’s located north of Inya Lake near the American Club.

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The Village House

Aptly named, the Village House is a simple, locally owned restaurant in a small village off the beaten path. While the food is delicious, the direct views of two stupas, which are beautifully lit at night, are worth the short drive alone. The menu offers traditional Burmese food, in addition to some Chinese options. The beef potato curry is a favorite.

Indagare Tip: To avoid a noisy dinner and slow service, have your guide or hotel check to ensure that there isn’t a group booked at the restaurant that night.

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