We really wanted to go back to this place, the food was so delicious. I'd go back to Bagan just for this food. Yummy!
We had lunch here and the food and fresh juices were so delicious that we chose to come back for dinner. The staff is very friendly and they recognized us gave us the best table in the restaurant. Food is fresh and they are very conscious about washing the fruit and begins they use carefully. For dinner we had curry... More
We ate here twice and the food and service were excellent on both occasions. Beware of the copy cat restaurant across the road from the original. The original has "Moon" in its full name I think. Try the aubergine curry it is delicious!!
We had dinner here once while staying in Old Bagan. It's a nice small family run outdoor restaurant. The owner and other staff were very friendly and the food was very very good. Their pancake was very yummy as well. Do not miss.
All the food was beautiful! Highly recommended, it was a little dusty right next to the road but the location was nice, lots of birds and butterflies at the restaurant, a bit of a market outside and a temple up the road. What more could you what?
If you want to do the most of your temples tour, you have to leave your hotel quite early. And at mid day, you're craving for a break... That's what we enjoyed here! A nice shady rest. Complemented by a great double expresso (we were craving for a good coffee) and a pineapple lassi. Tasty. The all setting is very... More
The food at this unassuming little restaurant was quite good, perhaps the best value in Bagan. Others had also found this out, as it was quite busy when we were there for lunch.
By far the best food we had in Myanmar. We were 8 pax. We ordered among other things stuffed roti paratha, egg curry, eggplant green curry, egg noodle salad, set meal #1, lassi, papaya juice. Even our 5 meat-eating carnivores/children were more than satisfied with with all the selections. As a bonus, the head waitress was more than gracious and... More
Went here after reading the many good reviews and I could not agree more. The food was really good (I had the green papaya salad and a cold noodle salad, both delicious) and the location is also nice, very close to some of the big temples, but somehow in a quiet spot. We were there at the end of November,... More
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