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The "7 Sisters Restaurant" is a beautiful, romantic open air restaurant, where you can enjoy a wide array of Myanmar, Chinese, Thai and European dishes. A place where the flavours of Asia blend with refinement and delicacy. As the name suggests, it's an initiative of seven sisters. You will find it a clean and comfortable place for breakfast, lunch and dinner or just a refreshing drink on a warm afternoon. The restaurant is built like an authentic Tazaung (a Buddhist adoration hall or shrine pavilion). The framework of the building consists of fourteen genuine massive teak pillars and large teak beams to support the roof. It's located on a quiet corner of 3rd Street and Nwe Ni Street, just a…
All reviews crispy chicken avocado ice cream curry salad pancakes fries new bagan fairy lights close to our hotel the main street nice ambience ate here food is excellent local food myanmar food great restaurant teak
Lovely setting , music could be more traditional than western. Really enjoyed the yunnan beef dish, super tasty and staff very welcoming.More
Date of visit: February 2019
7SistersRestaurant, Owner at 7 Sisters Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 11 February 2019
Thank you for your review.
Because the majority of our guests are Western tourists we have chosen for Western pop classics as background music. In many Myanmar restaurants the music is some kind of traditional music which, with all due respect, may sound...More
The environment is quite nice and the food were great! We’ve ordered a spicy stir fried vegetable, a traditional vegetable soup, Myanmar style curry chicken and fried rice. The soup was spicy and delicious.
We had dinner at this place. We found it in the lonely planet and the place was filled with tourist and no local people. But the menu was great and affordable and a nice setting. Service was very friendly and the food was good.
Even though I was a solo traveller, the atmosphere was romantic in the sense that the bamboo roof was dripping with lanterns and fairy lights , giving the restaurant a magical, sub-tropical feel. The staff are all locals or family members and were without exception,...More
I have no idea why people like this place so much. Are they just looking for innocuous “do no harm” food?
To start with, no one came to take our order. we waited and waited. Finally, in desperation, I started waving my arms in the...More
Date of visit: February 2019
7SistersRestaurant, Owner at 7 Sisters Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2019
Thank you for taking the time to write your review and admitting that our wait staff is nice and smiley.
We had seven waitresses working in our restaurant that evening. Getting attention from one of them does not seem so difficult to us....More
This is a really lovely setting. High roof on huge teak pillars. Open-sided, airy.
The food is fine - not in any way outstanding, but perfectly adequate.
The service is willing and friendly.
And if it matters, there really are seven sisters involved in various...More
Date of visit: January 2019
7SistersRestaurant, Owner at 7 Sisters Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2019
The poor fellow had tried to steal a fish on the market and was hit by the knife from the fish seller. He lost half of his front leg and an ear. We have cared for and adopted him. He is the sweetest and most...More