Another round of new restaurants in town.
This new bar on Baho Street has gathered crowds within a month thanks to its strategic location. It serves a wide range of Thai and Chinese food if you’re hungry. Meals are around Ks5,000 and BBQ starts from Ks7,00 apiece.
No 151, Baho Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon
09 250 648 448
11:30am – 11:30pm
Korean food lovers rejoice! There’s a new spot in town where you can hang out with friends and try the meals you saw in Kdrama last night. Toppoki? Bibimbap? Or just Korean-style fried chicken? They have them all! Prices are around Ks5,000.
No 210, Myopart Street, Dala, Yangon
09 9711 78094, 09 2542 66694
11am – 7pm
There used to be a teashop called Shwe Lin Yone beneath the Sanpya Cinema (now Mingalar Sanpya). It has rebranded itself as Suan and embraced modern cafe culture. The typical cafe snacks are also available. The prices are around Ks2,000.
No 212, Anawrahta Road, Lanmadaw, Yangon
09 783 256 681
8am – 7pm
Yangonians’ appetite for Mandalay food is unsatiable. Justifiably, Myanmar’s cultural city has cuisine so diverse you can open a restaurant solely based on its food. This restaurant is dedicated to “Mandalay-style” BBQ. What’s the difference? Find out yourself!
7A, Sayar San Road, Bahan Township, Yangon
09 95 330 7799, 09 940 510 999
11am – 11pm
Pizza on the go! The cones come in four varieties: seafood, pork, chicken and sausage and each costs Ks4,000. Traditional pizza is also available.
No 140, Barkayar Road, Sanchaung, Yangon
09 773 600 106
9am – 9pm