We had dinner in a nameless restaurant but you can't miss it on the main street.
It's speciality (announced at the window) is Roast Duck.
We asked and got noodles vefetable and pork for 600 K per person.
The portions were large and the restaurant was very clean.
I recommend it
The small hot snacks on the streets are delicious.
This is a wonderful family living in the street of the Reclining Buddha.
We asked an got us some snacks but were refused to pay. They kept on smiling so we took their picture.
We even sent them this picture but friends who visited them a year later said they never received it. Due to the dictatorial regime, I suppose
They had a very long menu but we always the got the same answer when we ordered something: "Sorry, no have".
In the end we asked what the HAD and, finally, we ate a cup of Siam soup (very good, only 400 Kyatt) and something they call meatballs but look more like chips. With the extra sauce and rice (800 Kyatt all in) it didn"t taste bad but we were a little bit disappointed.
Foodstall next to the Hotel Emperor.
Only in the morning.
The old lady bakes delicious Indian pancakes (30 cm diamtere)
50 K per piece
One of Catherine's beste meals of the whole trip