If you're tired of roadside food for 300 kyat, and want a sophisticated dining experience with real cheese and real wine and real crusty bread (oh, the glory!) for under thirty dollars, then this is for you. The food is very good - I wouldn't say it's actually cordon bleu, but it's excellent for Myanmar. The ambience is flawless (although it could do with more air circulation indoors) and the service is very good.
Definitely worth making the 4000-kyat taxi journey out here to support the enterprise.
It's a good idea to call and make a reservation, and also have your hotel write down the restaurant name and address and phone number in Burmese so that your driver knows where to go.
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