Was told that Happy Cafe is now very popular with local celebrities and I can understand why. It serves a good variety of Burmese noodles, some with a modern twist. We were there for breakfast and literally had the entire place to ourselves. It is a lovely cafe/restaurant in a colonial house with al fresco garden seating. Highly recommended for the pleasant atmosphere. Food is good too, if you like noodles. Pricey of course, compared to local eating houses. We also really like a Shan noodle place just round the corner. Once you walk out from Happy Cafe to the main Inya road, turn left. If memory serves me right, it is about 150-200m from Happy Cafe.
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