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I found the food and the service to be very good. Maybe a little on the pricey side, but still well worth a visit. It is probably best to go a little later in the day, we arrived at about 9.30 in the morning, and...More
The title says it all. If your priority is a slightly upscale casual eating environment in Yangon, this place will meet the need. However, prices are accordingly high and moreover, the food is adjusted to suit Western palettes (i.e. bland) so if your objective is...More
this is the place for great meals and great service, always busy so try to go early, of not reserve first. beers are a bit overpriced, but whiskeys have great value for money ;-) I didnt try the teas but they looked very good ;-)
The tea salad and the prawn dish (2 prawns only) was really not impressive. I order a naan/roti prata (with sugar) and it was hard and unappetizing. We went on to order their dessert cake slice (cheese with tiramisu) and left it untouched after few...More
The hainanese chicken was dry and no soup with it which normally is served on side.
Spinach potato empanadas and mutton samosas good !
My favorite was the pork ears fry.
The wrap unfortunately with sweet mayo already in it.
We came to Rangoon Tea House for our last meal in Myanmar and are so glad we came. The decor is very modern and trendy while set in an old colonial building. The food was all outstanding and plenty of options for all tastes (including...More
Excellent place to have breakfast/brunch/lunch. Very modern and the food is to die for! Modern interpretations on classic Asian dishes. Great variety of beer and cocktails. I can really recommend their samosa salad and banana flower croquettes - delicious!
Response from Mumof1fromGlenIris | Reviewed this property |
Doubt they would. Rangoon is new to ATM's prepaid food vouchers would be a ways off
I'd suggest getting in contact with Mark at the Strand and seeing if you can prepay drinks & nibbles st the bar there instead.