Coffee but with an edge. As Yangonites have demanded better beans, the number of cafes that serve specialty coffee has risen in the recent years. Life starts after a cup of coffee and we will show you how.

All coffee beans at Origin come from one single farm in Ywarngan, Shan State. Besides conventional Americano, Latte and Flat Whites, Origin’s tonic brew, made with the combination of 24-hour cold-brewed coffee with tonic water, is recommended. 

The Central Boulevard, Shop 19, Kabar Aye Pagoda Rd, Yangon.

09 964 175 265 | Delivery available
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Paving the path for specialty coffee since 2013, Easy is recognised for its coffee by lifestyle media like Big 7 Travel. It sources the award-winning beans from organic farmers in Shan State which are roasted by Gentleman Coffee Roasters

No. 30 (A), Street Bo Yar Nyunt Rd, Yangon | 09 262 546 289

No. 24 (D), Nar Nat Taw St, Yangon |  09 452 121 842

Delivery available
8:00 AM – 8:00 PM

For a timeless drip coffee, you can choose the specialty beans from Ywarngan, Ho Pong, Yay Chan Pyin, Kyauk Ku Pyin and Mogok. If you’re looking for something light and fun, explore their Creative menu items, like Ginger Latte or Salted Caramel.

No. 31, Kaing Dan Street, Yangon

09 750 139407
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Closed every Sunday in July)

Coffee and art – Cafe Deja Brew offers a free space for up-and-coming artists to display their works. It uses specialty-grade beans from Ywarngan. Besides arts and coffee, you can also observe the vintage stuff like National-brand radio and write your own poems on the typewriter.

No.134, 37th Street middle block, between Mahabandula Road & Anawratha Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon

09 430 52489
9:30 AM – 8:00 PM

They use the beans grown 1200-1500 metres above the water in Mongmao in Northern Shan State. The blueberry cheese cake is a must. You can also buy the bags of dark roast beans. 

No. 42(C), Yawmingyi Street, Yangon

09 953 521 336
8:30 AM – 5:30 PM (Closed Sunday)

A place to hang out with friends or chat with your date. Besides the pour-overs made with specialty beans from Yay Chan Pyin, Yay Win, etc, the yoghurt smoothies are worth trying. 

No. (2/4), Shin Saw Pu Pagoda Street, Sanchaung Township, Yangon

09 40707 6644 | Delivery available
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Last but not least. Being at the forefront of Myanmar’s specialty coffee trend for 3 years, Salween has sourced beans from Mogok and Pyin Oo Lwin to ensure the unchanging quality since Day 1. Its cold brew is exactly what you need to start the day. Don’t forget to try a Samolina cake!

G15, Urban Asia Center, Mahabandula Road, Between 47th and 48th Street, Yangon
8:00 AM – 8:00 PM

6.5 Miles, Marketplace by City Mart – 6.5 Mile, Pyay Road, Yangon
9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

09 42583 0657

Did we miss any place? Let us know in the comments!


  1. WTC – World Training Center.
    Rather unromantic location, on the 4th floor of the Gameonepwint Shopping Mall on Insein Rd. (Used to be in the back of Pearl Condo). But once you are there, it’s a surprising place for coffee-lovers.
    Really great coffee, with talented latte-artists too. They also sell all the specialist coffee-making equipment you could need, including Aeropress.
    They roast their own beans from various producers in Shan state, and sell the beans, as well as a range of imported coffees.
    They are a Barista training center, and probably trained most of the baristas working at the other Cafe’s on this list!


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