“With stunning views across Inya Lake in the center of Yangon, SEEDS restaurant, offers exquisite gourmet creations by Chef Felix Eppisser, combining European innovative technique and local ingredients into light, healthy and colorful dishes.”,
Kim, the discoverer.
Wine CellarWine Cellar
Indoor DiningIndoor Dining
Outdoor DiningOutdoor Dining
Chef/Tasting MenuChef/Tasting Menu

Restaurant Description

SEEDS Restaurant & Lounge is the gateway to contemporary fine dining in center of the city of Yangon, located directly on the magical waters of Inya Lake. The restaurant is the brainchild of Swiss Michelin Star Chef, Felix Eppisser, and his wife Lucia Eppisser and is the result of their culinary life journey, a continuous voyage of inspiration, creativity, sharing and love. Stunning lake views from within the privacy of this romantic, light-filled restaurant offers guests the space to breathe, unwind and delight in an extraordinary culinary experience. SEEDS is also a perfect venue for weddings – the best period from October to April.

The Chef & His Brigade

Felix EppisserFelix Eppisser
“After a career in the Swiss high class fine dining branch, I wanted to explore something new. Even through my skills are based on classic techniques, I love to experiment with flavors and spices and create extraordinary combinations. My style is colorful, fresh, and the light blending of Asian products with European techniques.”

We Care

Seeds School Project
The goal of Seeds School Project is to contribute and support to those in Myanmar who are without and privileges in life. Felix and Lucia actively support education within their community, and fund the project by adding $1US per guest on the top of the bill. Every guest contributes. The progress of the efforts and how they use the money can be followed on: www.stiftunglife.de/seeds

Welcome to Yangon

Formerly known as Rangoon and filled with colonial architecture, experience Myanmar’s largest city. Discover one of the world’s most sacred Buddhist monuments Shwedagon Paya and its 105-metre tall golden stupa. See the interesting relics at the National Museum. Walk around Kandawgyi Lake or take a boat cruise along the river. Shop for a wide array of unique Burmese handicrafts at the sprawling Bogyoke Aung San Market. Savour delicious local cuisine including mohinga (soup), thoke (salads), Burmese thali, and other local specialties. Blending old with new— vibrant Yangoon.