Right in the center of Yangon, few streets away from the Sule Pagoda, Rangoon Tea House is waiting to present you the Burmese food followed by a cup, or better said, a big glass of tea.
They have a total of sixteen varieties of teas. All of them with a base of black tea and with the addition of different quantity of condensed milk and sugar, they achieve many graduations of sweetness. No doubt you will find the tea that will suit you better.
If you want a fresh and tasty course, definitely you should pick one of the salads. The one that we tried is named pennywort, probably my favorite dish of the meal. Instead, even if Jordi liked also the salad, preferred the curry mango pickled pork, cooked after a night left marinating overnight in the mango and served in a set with rice, home-made Shan sauce and red lentil soups. Also all the other dishes that we tasted we found them very good and flavorful.
The atmosphere in Rangoon Tea House is chilling, with suffused lighting and friendly staff. The menu is totally based on traditional Burmese cuisine with a touch of modernity. A good example of this, is surely the chocolate samosa served with almond ice cream, simply delicious, the best choice to conclude your meal.