Incredibly popular but with Europeans and I prefer the company of locals. However, the food is good and cheap.
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Visited here as a group of 11, including kids and enjoyed a great meal (fish curry was good!) and excellent service. We were also given a dessert and taste of the Red Water at the end of our meal. Lovely service, reasonable cost, will visit...More
Just a short ( five minute) walk from the beach you find this charming place in the “ commercial” area of the village. Family run, we were swerved BYU the owner himself. At lunch time we were the only guests but I have the feeling...More
We love this restaurant and have been coming back for years now. Always great service with a smile, absolutely delicious seafood, salads and soups. Cant say exactly what is favourite as its all YUM!!! Its hard to eat anywhere else!! (The Mohitos are awesome too,...More
This was hands down our best (and cheapest) dinner in Ngapali. The fish and seafood is very fresh, the cucumber and tomato salad delicious and the portions are huge. Nice atmosphere in this family run restaurant, very popular with local Myanmar tourists as well.
We ate there on 4 nights in October 2017, excellent family run restaurant, a great choice on the menu and the food was plentiful and delicious.A lovely atmosphere.
My husband and I highly recommend to try out the Golden Rose restaurant when staying at Ngapali Beach. We stumbled upon it and ended up having the most memorable dinner during our 4 night in Ngapali. I asked the owner and he recommended the coconut...More
My friend and I decided to eat here after stumbling upon the restaurant. The food was super cheap and the food was absolutely delicious. The portion sizes were just right and we were given free fruit for dessert. We also indulged in some cocktails which...More
The restaurant is run by the whole family. We chose a fish curry with coconut milk ( recommended as the best ) an octopus curry a veggie curry and some greenery. All were delicious, served piping hot and amazingly enough for Myanmar, all at the...More