Restaurant No. 23 Luang Taw Shayt Street, Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why The French Touch is special ?
The French Touch is a restaurant and bakery located at Kyaung Taw Shayt Street in Nyaungshwe. The bright orange cafe is created for travelers and foreigners; wifi, coffee, pancakes and spaghetti, a beautifully designed English menu. The French Touch is also a unique combination of spa and cafe. It is observed to be a favourite with many tourists, since it is currently the only cafe in Nyaung Shwe serving pastries and lattes. Handcrafted ice-cream of authentic flavours, like lotus root, are also found on the menu.
Must try dishes:
Set breakfast - croissant, toasted bread with a fruit jam, yogurt, fruit shake and hot chocolate
Croissant sandwich with fries
Myanmar Shan noodles
Banana flower salad
How to get to The French Touch?
The French Touch lies on Kyaung Taw Shayt Street in Nyaung Shwe. You can take a taxi or ride a bike to reach the place.
- Colorful, artistic and a quaint place
- Nice for a small snack and coffee break
- A nice place for a drink and socialising
- Lovely atmosphere, decor and great host
- Welcoming decor, fantastic Shan French fusion food
- 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
No. 23 Luang Taw Shayt Street, Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar
Tips for you
Lovely atmosphere, decor and great host and relatively good food considering where we were. The pizza was consistently good as were the salads, however the pasta with tomato sauce was a bit plain and overcooked, the lentil soup had an odd taste, and the fried rice was very oily. The chocolate cake dessert we had though was tasty, it's a shame they had no ice cream as that would have been nice to try. Definitely see the film they screen at 7.30pm every evening, it provides an interesting insight into Burmese local culture.
Wonderfully decorated restaurant. Rare to find something similar in Myanmar. Avocado salad was delicious (basic with onion, tomato and lemon juice), chicken salad Europeanized thai version, very nice!