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“The Best Breakfast in Yangon - Rangoon Tea House”

“The Best Bar in Yangon - The Toddy Bar “

CN Traveller, 2018

“It’s a commonly a street-food but they’ve spruced it up, loaded the bowl and made it one of the most heavenly treats you’ll ever encounter.”

MICHELE LEAN, TRAVEL+ LEISURE MAGAZINE, 2015

“My favorite restaurant is Rangoon Tea House...a trendy joint with local-inspired cocktails, Wi-fi, charging outlets at the tables and old black-and-white Burmese Films projected on the wall for a nostalgic feel of the city. The price of the food might be slightly steep, three to four times more than the local standard, but it is well worth it for the hygiene, ambiance, and quality of ingredients.”

JOLENE TAN’S TRAVEL BLACK BOOK, THE STRAITS TIMES, 2016

“This repatriate-entrepreneur wants to show the world how amazing his country is”

INC.SOUTHEAST Asia, 2017

“A cadre of young, hip Burmese, educated abroad, have returneed to open restaurants and shops. Htet Myet Oo opened Rangoon Tea House, serving up modern takes on traditional cuisine, in a restored British colonial building”

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 2016

“Myet Oo first sampled mohinga… in a downtown tea shop as a boy, developing a lifelong love for the classic grub sold at such cafes.Three years ago, he opens the fancy Rangoon Tea House on Pansodan Street, his homage to traditional tea-house cuisine.”

FAH THAI MAGAZINE, BANGKOK AIRWAYS, 2016

“Rangoon Tea House is an ideal place to meet and dine with locals and tourists alike. The price is on the higher side, but there is no compromise on the quality.”

KHALEEJ TIMES,2016

“One of the more modern tea houses in Yangon, the Rangoon Tea House, offers must-try ono kaew soi(coconut milk noodles) and steamed buns stuffed with buttefish.”

MASHABLE ASIA, 2015

“My favorite restaurant is Rangoon Tea House...a trendy joint with local-inspired cocktails, Wi-fi, charging outlets at the tables and old black-and-white Burmese Films projected on the wall for a nostalgic feel of the city. The price of the food might be slightly steep, three to four times more than the local standard, but it is well worth it for the hygiene, ambiance, and quality of ingredients.”

JOLENE TAN’S TRAVEL BLACK BOOK, THE STRAITS TIMES, 2016

“Anchoring Yangon’s food renaissance is Rangoon Tea House, a downtown eatery in a minimalist, turn-of-the-century building known for its duck empanadas and a tasty soup called monhinga, a regional speciality.”

OUTSIDE ONLINE,2017

“Rangoon Tea House might vert well be the first restaurant in Burma whose mission is to celebrate Burmese food by refining it; by beginning the journey that takes a homemade bowl of coconut noodles to the level of haute cuisine…”

THE IRRAWADDY, 2015

"Rangoon is known for its tea-house, little shops where conversation is fuelled by sweet, milky cups of the distinctive Burmese brew. So a lace called Rangoon Tea House may not sound unusual.But it is.Opened late last year on Pansodan Road in the historic downtown centre,the establishment has one foot in the future and one in the past.”

FINANCIAL TIMES,2015

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