We were looking for this café today and it is not there anymore. People told us it is out of business.Maybe it was just too dirty after all and nobody wanted to go anymore...
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Old style cafe with wicker furniture, kind of gave me a throw back to the colonial times which was nice. The pastry was stale and the toilets were in my top 5 of worst toilets ever.
This Restaurant has a wide open doors so while, waiting for the meals or drinks, it is easy to watch the passing by local people. The biggest attraction is when the young monks approach this Restaurant and wait for a portion of rice for their...More
Stayed only for a tea, however this was already enough to get a impression on customer service. Both the owner and his wife were quite unfriendly. The pot if tea had only a few tea leaves in it so it was more hot water than...More
I bought some pastries, and also chicken cashew with rice for lunch. nice place to sit and watch the world go by. its old and faded place, but its a bit of character. i recommend it as part of a walk around town
Sadly past it as there are now many better options in town for coffee and pastries. Very tattered appearance. FUBU a new cafe on the circular road (near Shan market)is new and much better value
Our Enjoy Myanmar Holiday guide suggested this stop for a coffee break. The coffee was pretty good and we purchased some to take back to Australia. Nice original style building and the staff gave us a bag of ice for a sprained ankle after one...More
It's a pleasant cafe close to town on the main road. The coffee and cakes are good quality and if price was not a factor I'd give them 5 stars. However, at 2000 Kyat for a black coffee (and 3000 for a double espresso) this...More