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Why A Little Bit of Bagan Restaurant is special ?
‘A little bit of Bagan’, a restaurant adorned with hundreds of glowing lanterns wrapped around large trees that serves delicious grilled meats and sweet desserts. Located in Nyaung Oo, this restaurant is a stop spot for foreigners and tourists after watching sunset. The menu offers typical cuisine with curried rice, rice with chicken, noodles with chicken, but ‘A little bit of Bagan' also has some Western dishes like pizzas, grilled meat, etc. One thing that makes this place always on top of good restaurant in Bagan is the friendliness of staff, as it's hard to find somewhere in this country.
Must try dishes:
Papaya Juice and Pineapple Juice
Grilled pork with spicy and sweet sour sauces
Spaghetti w/ Vegetables
Pan-fried Egg w/ Veggies
Mutton curry with all the accompaniments
How to get to A Little Bit of Bagan Restaurant?
A little bit of Bagan Restaurant is located on restaurant street in Nyaung Oo, next to Aroma 2 restaurant. You can reach the place by various types of transport or the taxi driver can take you there.
- Delish food, fresh and very clean
- Very friendly staff and owner
- Good Food, Great Price, Best Wifi
- Good food and fine staff
- Good ambience with Chinese lantern overhead
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
Nyaung-U Myanmar (Burma)
Tips for you
The title of my review is the catch phrase for their restaurant.... and it is so true! As budget backpackers traveling for a year, we thought the restaurant looked way too nice to be within our budget. It had lovely decor, with excellent lighting and lots of lanterns. It felt like we were doing some fancier dining for travelers that are spending $50 a day per person per day. We ended up coming here several times, as the food was absolutely delicious! We could tell other people liked it as well, as we saw other regular customers. The staff is super friendly as well. We felt like we were eating at a nice restaurant on a backpacker budget. I particularly loved that you could get a lot of items that were vegetable based. The avocado and tomato salad is huge, and is to die for. The pumpkin soup, potato chicken leek soup, beef satay, and chicken pineapple stirfry were also delicious. I like how they give you free peanuts as a starter, and little tamarind sweets to round out your meal.