Fodor's Expert Review Green Elephant

$$$$ Bagan Service
If you want to try a wide variety of Burmese food and aren’t ready to dive into street stalls, Green Elephant is a safe bet. It’s popular with tour groups, but don’t let that put you off: service is friendly and efficient, and the food, though certainly not mind-blowing, is toothsome and comes from a clean kitchen. Indeed, it was her own food allergies that drove Cherie Aung-Khin to open Green Elephant. Because Aung-Khin previously lived in Thailand, Thai and Chinese dishes are available as well, but we recommend the Burmese dishes, especially the tea leaf salad, eggplant salad, and fish curry. Prices for fairly standard Burmese dishes here are much higher than what you'll pay elsewhere, but this is a safe, clean place to sit down to eat.
Service Casual Lunch Dinner $$$$ Burmese

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Main Road (Kayay St) near 2nd St
Bagan, Myanmar


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