Mandalay Restaurant YangonYangon Mandalay Restaurant
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You will find some of the best Yangon dining in lush green landscaped areas with lotuses pond. Dinner with delicious food at the Myanmar table. At the Mandalay Restaurant, blend Europe cuisine with your favourite cuisine. Weaved together with our chefs native products to create a colorful meal with typical Burmesian and American cuisine.
And for the sweet-toothed, a parfah of passion fruit and fruit could be the ideal finish. Sit on our patio for a nap in the flowery wind. There is a landscaped garden and a swimming area, with a large garden, and a scatter of old street lights. While toasting your Myanmar experience, a cuban smoke could be the ideal complement to one of our smoke man masts or punchies.
Name after the writer of The Road to Mandalay, this is the perfect place for a cup of freshly brewed tea or a nice slumber. Sit on our patio for a nap in the flowery wind. There is a landscaped garden and a swimming area, and a scatter of old street lights.
While toasting your Myanmar experience, a Cigar from Cuba could be the ultimate complement to one of our smooth malts or punchies. Name after the writer of The Road to Mandalay, this place is great for a nice breakfast cup of caffee. After your arrival, our experienced cook will accompany you in the process of preparing a tasty local lettuce.
Enjoy the taste of Yangon with this delicious food special. State-of-the-art furnishings and a hint of old charm: our function rooms are perfectly suited for conferences and parties. The Mandalay Restaurant or Kipling Bar are great for your private get-togethers, or ask for a roomy Mindon Lounge for bigger functions.
Yangon Mandalay Restaurant serving a banquet
Daw Thein Tin Rd in Yangon when I drive down one side of town to the other. I never realized before that the restaurant was bordered down the street. As my descendants organized a supper in this area during the full moons evening of Thadingyut, I was amazed how much I liked the local cuisine.
I was amazed again when he said it was Chinese-Muslim food - one of my favourite foods. The Mandalay opens into two independent eating areas in a groundfloor house. We' decided to stay in the bigger area, and while I thought it was full because of the Thadingyut vacation, my dad reassured me that the place was very crowded all year round.
Indoors the restaurant is poorly adorned, but very neat. There is a Shanghai and Sichuan cuisine. So I felt overpowered by the amount of available choices and my dad assisted in ordering by eating a fried canard in Mandalay gravy (K2000) from a long listing of different types of fried canard.
Thought the order would take a while to get to our desk, but somehow we were waited on in front of some other guests near our desk who had placed their orders in front of us. Roasted canard flesh was very wet, but the flesh was not as crunchy as in the old tradition of China as I am used to.
It was a delight ful tasting. The chilli with leeks and peppers. It consists of a fairly large piece of roasted seafood baked with vegetable, cashews and sauces. Crunchy pieces of crunchy seafood are also added to the cream. We even gave the court a round of hand from our desk because we liked it so much.
A further meal we ordered was the Szechuan-style octopus curve (K4500). It seemed that the octopus, which is boiled slow, had a solid structure but was still chewing softly. This special meal with its delicious sauce, rich, spicy and acidic is the ideal combination. The restaurant does not serve alcohol, but there are refreshments and refreshments.
It was a domestic matter and we didn't need to see such nasty behavior from a desk of drunk men trying to handle the barmaids.