One of the places we ate in in Bagan, that we enjoyed was Eden BBB Restaurant. We went there for lunch at the recommendation of our tour guide. Photos after the jump!I liked the pathway to the back – greenery and water fixtures are always lovely.There is a little hallway/art gallery with gorgeous Myanmar art. One of the paintings below is made with rubies and other gemstones. Can you guess which? It’s one of the interesting forms of art that I saw in Myanmar. (I also find sand paintings very fascinating – you can wash the paintings and they wont get destroyed!) This is the al fresco area. It was way too hot at noon so we asked for the air-conditioned area. The air-conditioned area was lovely. I liked how light and airy it felt compared to the more ethnic style of the al fresco area. I liked the paper lamps and black and white art. Appetizers were chips of some sort and dipping sauce. Yummy. Reminds me of papadums.
Perfect garlic bread.Gorgeous prawns, but a little over-cooked.
Buttered fish and fries. Looks great but again a little over-cooked.
I forgot what this is but it was a yummy chicken dish. Local dessert made of rice. Reminds me of biko from the Philippines. Fresh fruits
All in all it was a good place for lunch. Nothing mind-blowing, but pretty good! And no one got a tummy ache after. And the air-conditioned room is brilliant on a sweltering day of temple hopping. A bit on the expensive side.
- Hauptstrasse, Bagan, Myanmar (something I got off the internet below)