You would never go to this restaurant if you hadn't been recommended or saw it during the day. It is situated in a scruffy car park between two hotels, the Summit Park View and the Yangon International. When we looked down on it during the day from our hotel window it look just like a down at heel street cafe. After an evening walk we passed through the car park. The restaurant was alight with coloured lanterns taxi's were arriving and dropping people off and expensive cars were parking and the people were going into the restaurant. The place was really buzzing. We had a quick look at the menu liked what we saw and grabbed a table outside. Most of the patrons were local, well heeled locals judging by the cars. There was a large choice and the food was great and reasonably priced. The kitchen was outside the main restaurant and there were three chefs working as fast as they could. The waiters were friendly and helpful with choices. We shared and started with the chilli crab which was the best I had had for years back in H.K.( all the better when you can eat with your fingers) followed by a huge stuffed fish. Plenty of chilli, garlic and other spices. Yum. The chefs even let me go into the kitchen to watch them chopping, frying and presenting the meals. This place is not for the faint hearted. No starched white tablecloths and cut glasses here. Just good well cooked street food and plenty of atmosphere.
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