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Shwe Sa Bwe aims to prepare Myanmar people for the restaurant Industry. The training is complimentary and supported by the restaurant guests turnover. Training lasts 11 months. The restaurant has an annual closing in July and August when the new promotion of students start its training course. Our trainees, under the supervision of experienced teachers, cook and serve French food, bistro style for lunch and fine dining for dinner. We offer set menus at reasonable price which rotates every 3 weeks.
$20 - $60
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Free Wifi, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Digital Payments, Table Service, Free Off-Street Parking, Accepts Credit Cards
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We dined on good friday, so it was very quiet. Soem more guests would have added to the atmosphere. Also in April they dont have the same menu, they had a seemingy scaled back sharing plate option so we chose from the a la carte...More
Would thoroughly recommend anyone going to Yangon to indulge in the delicious food served at Shwe Sa Bwe. The staff are very well trained, friendly and helpful & the food is top quality French cuisine. As a training school for Burmese people, this restaurant operates...More
Like the training restaurant in Ealing, London - Pillars - it's "Fine Dining" at reasonable prices. The staff are lovely, but obviously not very experienced, which adds to the charm. The food is exquisite - beautifully presented - 3 courses with another tasty temptation at...More
After a fee weeks traveling around Indochine we decided stop using chopsticks for the dinner. The decision was this lovely restaurant and we had a delicious time.
We were alone, not any others customers, we booked late in the slot service time, Full moon day...More
Good food. Good service. Location is secluded and little difficult to find but it's perhaps one of the top 5 french restaurants in Yangon for a business lunch or dinner. Tables are limited and advance reservation advised for dinner. Advance order of cakes and other...More
The holiday company that we booked with booked this meal for us as a birthday treat from them otherwise we probably would not have gone but I'm glad they did as it was a lovely ending to our tour and although I didn't particularly enjoy...More