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Restaurants & Bars

Feel Myanmar - Yangon

PTG | Apr 10, 201204:53 AM     2

Feel Myanmar is a lunch-time only restaurant (well, no dinner anyway) that appears to be pretty popular with the local population. It is very easy order as this is done by pointing at bains marie style offerings and pre-plated dishes inside the restaurant as well as what appear to be stand-alone hawker-style stalls in the covered verandah and external dining area.

The random salad dishes we ordered were fantastic and the highlight of the meal. I do not really know what was in them but they were tasty.

The meal comes with masses of rice, a bowl of soup and a large plate of assorted local vegetables, so be careful not to order too much.

The broad range of food has Indian, Cantonese, Malay, Thai...... flavours and from my limted experience, this looks like it is reflective of the cuisine of the country.

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