Wednesday, 25 February 2015 01:43

Daung Lan Gyi
Popular casual restaurant featuring  daunglan meals made from fresh ingredients and served on low, round tables - a very traditional Myanmar eating experience. Also serves excellent breakfast foods.


Bistro @ 82
A western-style bistro serving international cuisine made from the highest quality local and imported products. Extensive wine and alcohol selection as well as espresso-based drinks are available.


This small cafe serves delicious fresh Shan dishes and baked goods as well as fresh dairy products from their namesake farm in Pyin Oo Lwin.


I Bar
This modern, glass-enclosed restaurant specialises in dim sum which is freshly prepared and served throughout the morning. A variety of Chinese, Thai and western dishes are also on the menu and available throughout the day. The outdoor garden is a pleasant place to unwind in the cooler winter months.


Mandalay Food Centre
An open-air food court with stalls selling Myanmar, Vietnamese, Indian and Singaporean cuisines as well as coffees and juices. Its good location and fast service make it popular for lunch or afternoon snacks.


Sushi Bar
One of the only few Japanese restaurants in town, Sushi House has an impressive menu of noodle dishes, tempuras and sushi. The modern Japanese-style interior and friendly staff create a comfortable atmosphere for anything from a casual lunch or celebratory dinner.


Shwe Nan Taw Golden Palace
Shwe Nan Taw serves up some of the tastiest, most authentic curries in town and has extra-strong air conditioning - a perfect combination on a hot Mandalay day.  Ideal for lunch or dinner following a visit to the nearby Mahamuni pagoda.


Thai Thani
Run by a Thai family with dozens of years in the restaurant industry, Thai Thani delivers authentic Thai cuisine in a casual, funky setting. The menu offers both spicy and non-spicy options and the 9-11pm happy hour is a great way to cap off a night.


Located on busy 77th street, Singapura's menu boasts many of Singapore's signature dishes including fish head curry, laksa, sambal curries and several variations of chicken rice. Air-conditioned and reasonably priced it makes for a nice change from the usual Myanmar and Chinese options in town.


Golden Circle
With an extensive Thai menu and decent western offerings, Golden Circle is a good lunch break spot for those shopping at nearby Diamond Plaza. The staff speak limited English but are attentive to guests' needs and the service is fast.

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