Green Elephant Myanmar

Myanmar Green Elephant

Yangon (Rangoon): A popular choice for groups, the Green Elephant is a safe but tasty introduction to Myanmar's cuisine. Things along with Myanmar beers. Things along with Myanmar beers. Main Street and Riverside, Bagan, Myanmar.

Mandalay Green Elephant - Restaurant Reviews, Phone number & Photos

I like the good quality of our meals, they are very tasty and very clean, clean and new. Try the burmesian flavor at razzoable prizes. This is a friendly place that serves mainly Myanmar cuisine, which will appeal to the vegetarian diet as there is a wide choice. Beautiful location in a beautiful park, more of a tourist attraction.

It'?s a lovely place, but it?s too big a bar. Conscientious foods at reasonable price (European view).

Grüner Elefant Client - Review of Green Elephant, Client, Myanmar

Plenty of salad, shellfish and poultry in combination with vegetable food. We' ve ordered a Burmese type pineapple of chickens and a Myanmar type of chickens. They were both tasteless and the hen was as tough as a real skinny soles, leaving most of our plates behind. In these two meals, green teas and stewed rices, we have served 24,000 kyatts, and I would like to emphasise that we are choosing our low -cost meals.

Whilst the meals were good and the services were running at an agreeable pace, it was all about the bone in the hen - an otherwise delicious time. In Myanmar, I know there is a politics that indicates that the flesh is taken from near the bone, but..... we are westerns and they eat such a "choice" in the market.

The best Myanmar dinner I've had on my whole Myanmar voyage. Ordinary menus are quite expensive, so ask for the "set menus". Meals are tasty, servings are large, personnel are great and the surroundings are wonderful - especially at nights. Were you at Green Elephant's?

Grüner Elefant Client - Review of Green Elephant, Client, Myanmar

Plenty of salad, shellfish and poultry in combination with vegetable food. We' ve ordered a Burmese type pineapple of chickens and a Myanmar type of chickens. They were both tasteless and the hen was as tough as a real skinny soles, leaving most of our plates behind. In these two meals, green teas and stewed rices, we have served 24,000 kyatts, and I would like to emphasise that we are choosing our low -cost meals.

Whilst the meals were good and the services were running at an agreeable pace, it was all about the bone in the hen - an otherwise delicious time. In Myanmar, I know there is a politics that indicates that the flesh is taken from near the bone, but..... we are westerns and they eat such a "choice" in the market.

The best Myanmar dinner I've had on my whole Myanmar voyage. Ordinary menus are quite expensive, so ask for the "set menus". Meals are tasty, servings are large, personnel are great and the surroundings are wonderful - especially at nights. Were you at Green Elephant's?

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