Corner of Anawrahtar Road and 6th street in the densely-populated Lanmadaw township. Well, not really smack in the corner; but perhaps with that direction it gives you a better orientation. It faces the main entrance of Junction Maw Tin and next to Tan Tun hair salon across the street. Look out for Harley’s bright red signageof amongst the grey buildings.
WHAT IT IS
These big boys who owned most high-end restaurants in Malaysia and their counterparts in the US wanted to replicate a good burger model in Asia. They took a liking to the successful In & Out burger concept in the US. Three years later and after many hours of research and countless taste-tests, Harley’s was born. It’s a healthy brand of quick-serving, restaurant quality food at affordable prices. Burger meats are grilled only when ordered. Sides of coleslaw and potato salad comes from a traditional Icelandic recipe, thanks to their chef Gunnar. Coffee buffs will love their added range of blended ice coffees and shakes. Meats are bought and prepared fresh daily so none of the frozen or preserved food here.They’ve been open about two months now and have been attracting positive responses from customers, especially the foreigners. There are plans to have 4 more outlets this year in Yangon.
The contrasting red, blue and white colours give this joint that recognisable fast-food vibe. Staff uniforms come with red Wild Wild West-style cowboy hats. Food is served on trays of bright hues and child-friendly disposable containers. There’s a huge chalkboard wall at the end of the room dedicated to doodling your artwork.
Quality food at affordable prices is a challenge these guys embrace.
Burgers start from 2,000kyats. Burger sets are from 3,200kyats.
Crispy Chicken and Hot Wings from 2,700kyats (single piece) to 13,500 kyats(family pack)
Also available is the Kid’s Meal range from 2,300kyats.
This writer came with her partner who was said he wasn’t hungry. An hour later he had walloped not one but two sets of 2×2 Burgers, a set of Crispy Chicken and a set of Hot Wings. The last piece of chicken had to be wrestled out of his hands. Also highly recommended is the affogato (espresso with a dollop of ice cream), the mocha milkshake and the brownies for the sweet-toothed.
No. 285,Ground Floor, Ward (2)
Corner of Anawrathtar Road & 6th Street
Daily 10am – 2am
Phone 09 250 086 204
Email [email protected]