The Central Sweets, a food court for dessert-lovers, recently opened in The Central on Kabar Aye Pagoda Road. Decorated with a deeply-Instagrammable pink and white colour-scheme and teeming with picture-perfect treats, here is the MYANMORE guide to the goodies on offer…


If you want to try an extraordinary ice-cream, Remicone is the place for you. This South Korean dessert shop has chosen Myanmar as their very first branch in Southeast Asia – luckily for Yangonites! Their ice-creams are loaded with all kinds of delectable delights, like cotton candy, syrup, dried coconut and even popping candy. Their signature Thunder Bomb contains popping candy and is topped with their homemade cotton candy and thunder candy. Another spectacular choice is the Hawaiian Beach, which is beautifully decorated to look just like a tropical beach, with dried coconut flakes as sand and blue syrup to portray the ocean and topped off with a little umbrella to highlight the beach vibe. You can also make your own ice cream by choosing the toppings by yourself and prices start from 3,000Ks.

Tint Tint Myanmar Traditional Snacks

Tint Tint offers a variety of Myanmar traditional snacks such as sticky rice, palmira snack and hta ma nel, all guaranteed to be chemical-free. As well as being colourfully presented, these snacks also come in a variety of shapes. These products of Myanmar are also export quality snacks with and come in neat packaging making them a perfect gift to give to share with loved ones from around the world. Prices start from 1,000Ks and can be ordered for catering services too.


A self-service fro-yo shop, you can choose multiple toppings to add some decadence to your treat, from fresh fruit to cereal. But be warned, the weight of your yogurt cup will determine the price you pay so don’t get too greedy!


This Myanmar snack, also known as ohn no thar gu pyin, made with sago and coconut milk was trending recently thanks to Ambrosia’s attractive reinventing of the traditional treat. They upgraded the original coconut milk and sago recipe by adding various fruit to create new flavours. Now, as well as the original flavour, you can try strawberry, durian, pineapple, pandan and even butterfly pea flavour. What’s more, each flavour changes the color of the snack, meaning you can take home a rainbow box of treats. The butterfly pea flavour is a particularly striking shade of blue that’s perfect for an Insta-snap. Prices start from 2,000Ks.

Ca Ca Fresh Drink and Coffee

This shop has a variety of bingsu, shaved ice served with toppings. Their mango bingsu consists also contains cheesecake and strawberry and is topped with vanilla ice cream. Other flavours include melon, oreo, watermelon and many more. Those in the mood for something a little different can choose toast served, with fruits and ice-cream, as well as a wide range of drinks. Prices start from 2,200Ks.

Address: The Central Boulevard, Corner of Kabar Aye Pagoda Road and Kan Bae Road, Yankin Township.
Phone: 09 681 471 111
Opens 10.30am – 10.30pm


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