“Local, Artisan and Organic”- Sharky’s presents exquisite, appealing and appetizing dishes to the consumers. Sharky’s was founded in 1996 by Mr. Ye Htut Win, who invested his love and aspiration to create extraordinary cuisines which are organic at the same time. Other than that, he is also one of the judges of Myanmar Masterchef!
Sharky’s uses organic ingredients to create their dishes and they sometimes use local Myanmar ingredients to represent the culture of traditional food. Cuisines are 100% authentic and prepared by dynamic first-rate local chefs. The restaurant also participates in the Go Green project- using environmental-friendly products that show Mr. Ye Htut Win’s attentiveness and diligence to support the environment.
There are 2 Sharky’s branches in Yangon- one on Dhamazedi Road and the other on Pansodan Road. Sharky’s in Bagan is on the opposite side of Shwezigon Pagoda and you can also find Sharky’s in Ngapali Beach.
Golden Salmon Mohinga is a popular dish that you can find at Sharky’s Yangon. The broth is made with Salmon, which makes the dish different and intriguing from other Mohinga dishes that are sold. Served with slow-cooked egg and mini gourd nuggets, Golden Salmon Mohinga is available all day and undoubtedly a must try dish for every Mohinga lover. You can also find Oona Kwa Shwe redefined by Sharky’s.
Wouldn’t it be lovely to have breakfast at Sharky’s with astonishing views of Bagan surrounding you?
To warm you on a golden chilly Bagan morning, go for MasterChef U Sharky’s newest dish “Damn Hot Spicy Noodles” at Sharky’s, opposite the Shwezigon Pagoda in Nyaung Oo. Street food, re-defined. Limited to 100 bowls daily – get there early! Only Ks1,500 vegan and Ks2,000 chicken noodles and 6-10am.
Visit Sharky’s at Dhamazedi Road on Bahan or Pansodan Road in downtown. Sharky’s Bagan is located opposite to Shwezigon Pagoda in Nyaung-U.