There should always be a room for dessert in your stomach, whether your last meal is big or small. It is the most important part of a meal and to choose the right kind of dessert to complete your meal, here is the guide for sweet tooth lovers to choose from for your sugar cravings.

Llao Llao Frozen Yogurt 

In case you are getting bored with ordinary ice cream, frozen yogurt is something worthy to try. It is one of the healthiest and most recommended foods worldwide for its healthy and nutritional ingredients. There have been quite a few froyo shops in Yangon and Llao Llao would be the one you should definitely try. This Spanish frozen yogurt has been famous worldwide since 2009, with its fresh skimmed milk and various toppings such as cereals, fruits, crunches and sauces. Take away service is also available, with the froyo put inside an apple-shaped insulated box. Fulfill your sweet cravings with Llao Llao on the 3rd floor of Myanmar Plaza.

Address: Unit K301, Level 3, Myanmar Plaza, Kabar Aye Pagoda Road, Bahan Township, Yangon

Tel: 09 777 777 816

Hours: 9am – 9pm

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

Whether you are looking for a quick bite before work or sweet dessert after lunch, a doughnut is a good choice to satisfy your sugar craving. Since Krispy Kreme has made its debut in Yangon, what else would you choose if you are looking for doughnuts? Here at Krispy Kreme, they offer you a variety of choices – from its signature glazed donuts to red velvet doughnuts. Choose your favourite and enjoy your snack time with its signature freshly roasted coffee.

Address: Level 1, Times Link Mall, Corner of Dhammazedi Road & Link Road, Bahan Township, Yangon

Tel: 09 448 188 811

Hours: 8am – 10pm

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O’Thentic Brasserie Crepe 

If you are looking for sweet crepe after dinner, O’Thentic is the best choice you got so far, in Yangon, of course. This small and cozy French brasserie specializes in crepes, offering the best crepes in town. You can get Yummy Nutella Crepe, Organic Honey Crepe, Sweet & Sour Crepe and other options which you can enjoy together with soft relaxing music. The place also hosts movie nights and you can see the drag show every Tuesday.

Address: 45, Yaw Min Gyi Street, Dagon Township, Yangon

Tel: 09 449 529 557

Hours: 7:30am – 11pm

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Nam Su Pancake

This Shan Tea House offers a special dessert, Sweetcorn Pancake with Vanilla Ice-cream. Made with the sweet flavour of corn, the pancake has a soft texture and it is served with vanilla ice-cream on top. The combination of sweet corn and vanilla ice-cream makes Nam Su an ideal place to go and taste a unique presentation of pancake.

Address: No.116-118, Bogalayzay Street, Middle Block, Botahtaung Township, Yangon

Tel: 09 894 120 277

Hours: 11am – 11pm

JNS Cafe Cake 

Ordinary cakes such as Chocolate or Black Forest cakes can be a bit boring sometimes. JNS Cafe offers a variety of cakes that are not very common to see in most shops. Located at the newly opened Times City Jewelry Mall, you can find Rose Cheese Cake, Lavender Cheese Cake, Doggo Chocolate Roll, Earl Grey Mile Crepe and a lot more at this small cozy cafe. And the signature Butterfly Pea Tea set to ameliorate your evening.

Address: A450, Level 4, Jewelry Mall, Times City, Yangon

Tel: 09 783 334 892

Hours: 9am – 9pm

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Shwe Pazun Falooda 

Falooda is not something unfamiliar to people in Myanmar. This sweet Persian beverage is loved by both young and old as a sweet refreshing dessert made with rose syrup, sweet basil seeds, milk and sometimes with ice cream to have after a meal. You can simply get Falooda at some random tea shops and restaurants. However, Myanmar’s most favourite one comes from Shwe Pazun bakery, one of the popular bakeries in Myanmar for many decades. You can choose a variety of sweet options such as Falooda, Kulfi, coffee and cakes. Falooda is probably the most demanding drink at Shwe Pazun and it is definitely a must try if you are having a sweet tooth.

Address: 4/A, Min Nandar Road, Bamar Aye Ward, Dawbon Township, Yangon

Tel: 01 553 062

Hours: 8am – 8pm

3 COMMENTS

  1. The crepes at O’thentic are tasty but the suzette was not a Suzette. Shame that. At lunch yesterday at Namsu, Rangoon Tea House owned restaurant near the YWCA we had a sweet corn pancake with vanilla ice cream – bloody delicious as was everything there. There’s a grrat coffee shop called Mogok cnr of Bogalay Zay diagonally opp. the Secretariat, some of the best coffee and ice cream in town

    • Hi Rob, thank you for your feedback! We are always welcome to comments like this and sure, we will look into Namsu’s dessert menu to try it out. Best wishes!

  2. My friends and I love pancake from Othentic. I usually go there on Thursday evening as They have special offer 50% off all sweet crepe. Yummy

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