By day it is a quiet and pleasant restaurant that is pretty cheap, where they have huge noodle soups that are Burmese and Thai-style, but in the evening it becomes a meeting point of Burmese ordering local whiskey bottles. They give them a bucket of ice and spend hours drinking. Sometimes they have satellite tv channels on and it seems like they are watching it from another world.
Surely the cafe / gelato shop that is most popular in Myanmar. They have ice cream of all different kinds, including some with flavors such as Durian, the huge Asian fruit that tastes good but smells horrible. My favorite drink is Lassi, the typical Indian yogurt smoothie that is sometimes combined with fruits like mango and banana.
We decided to go out to dinner at a traditional Burmese restaurant, and they recommended this one. We took a taxi and we found a lovely restaurant in a traditional area where we could eat at low tables and drink tea, and then a Western restaurant, with walls made of plaited palm leaves. The food was made up of typical Burmese and Chinese dishes. There were of course curries with chicken, beef or pork, and ability to order soup or fried noodles or fried rice.