Trunk Cafe, a warm and welcoming bar in downtown, is located on the main street of Bogyoke road.

Although the road was blocked due to a local market, this bar still attracted its regular customers.

Great for a group of friends, family and kids during the day and even couples or solo travellers, they extend a friendly and good service while catering to all.

The cozily-lit, two-floored bar and cafe offers a variety of cocktails with an Asian inspired, European fusion extensive menu.

Their fancy cocktails include a range of their own cocktail mixes, one of the favourites being the “Blue Night” which is vodka based. For groups, the 1 Litre cocktail to share is a must try, at just 15,000MMK.
Trunk Cafe, a branch of the infamous TGI-Bar in Taunggyi, has a friendly and comfortable atmosphere for friends to relax, sip on a beer while snacking on starters such as the mayonnaise chicken which is another favourite.
Throughout the day, Trunk offers generous portions of comfort food. They serve Chinese cuisine which includes Sichuan and other hot and sour sauces with an option of any seafood/protein, flavoursome fried rice and a variety of noodle and vermicelli dishes.
To satisfy the wait open taste buds, they even serve grilled chicken and pork chops and other European inspired dishes. These mains are enough for one and are affordable and reasonably priced at just 3,500-4,000ks!
Their snacks form an elaborate part of the menu, ranging from burgers to finger foods like crispy chicken, prawns, fish fingers and other pork and beef dishes, starting at 2,500 ks only.
If you’re looking for a chilled out atmosphere with good music and a beer after work or just to hang out with a group of friends in downtown, Trunk Cafe would be a perfect choice! Easy to locate, this cafe is the kind of place you’d sit for hours and you’d be sure to return to.

Address: No. 56 , Bogyoke Aung San Road (near 52th street)

Pazundaung, Yangon
Phone: 09 968 870002

Opening hours: 11:00AM – 11:00PM


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