When we visited the Philippine Embassy in Yangon in 2012, our lovely hosts B and L (with their sweet daughter) took us to this gorgeous colonial-style tea salon, patisserie and restaurant. When you enter Acacia Tea Salon, the heat, dust and hustle and bustle of Yangon disappears and you are transformed by the tranquil serenity of the space.
It was a treat to be able to choose from the different parts of the house and different salon seating.
The table setting was so pretty and chic in pale greens and whites. Food presentation was excellent.
The highlight of the meal was tea, of course! It was a treat to choose from the patisserie.
Their selection of teas was impressive.
YUM! This smile explains it all. What a lovely spot in Yangon. It was so cozy and relaxed that you want to spend the whole day lounging on their comfy couches and chatting with friends. This is exactly how tea should be.
Aren’t the interiors just gorgeous? Perfect for entertaining guests or a ladies lunch! Thoughtfully designed spaces are so inspiring and welcoming don’t you agree? I love discovering spaces like this on my travels because it inspires me when I am decorating my home.
This colonial-style tea salon, patisserie and restaurant occupies a chic whitewashed mansion. There’s a takeaway section stocking all the lovely cakes, biscuits and savouries made here. For an indulgent time, treat yourself to one of their afternoon teas. – Lonely Planet