With Thanksgiving around the corner, many Yangon restaurants are offering special deals for to-go meals. Check our list before making an order!
With a prolonged restriction on the restaurants and bars to control the spread of COVID-19, many proprietors are struggling to meet the day-to-day expenses. The COVID-19 prevention committee considers imposing a 15-day stay-at-home period, so the situation does not seem to recover any time soon. Still, with the holiday season coming, you have ways to stay safe and support your favourite bars and restaurants.
A recent startup The Cookie Jar launched 3 months ago at the start of the second lockdown in Yangon. The cookies are homemade and freshly baked using natural ingredients and locally produced food, providing a healthier option of desserts for the locals.
Born in a village outside of Bagan, Chef Htun Htun tells the story of a young man who kept pushing, learning and improving himself, and after several years of experience in Dubai, returned to take a role in lifting Myanmar's chef community to new levels and sharing his passion with the Yangon dining scene.
A vegan diet is a diet without any animal products; no meat, dairy, or eggs. Vegan diets tend to include a lot of beans, nuts, and seeds for protein. They also incorporate plenty of fruits and vegetables. A vegan diet can provide all the nutrients that a person needs, but it does require some education and planning. But this shouldn’t stop you if you are passionate about becoming vegan!
There's an old cliche that you're not supposed to mix business and pleasure, but this restaurateur couple prove otherwise! Htet and Isabella were only 23 and 24 when The Rangoon Tea House opened up in late 2014. Within a short space of time the restaurant became massively popular, and 2018 they received MYANMORE Awards KBZ Entrepreneur of the Year.