Chuan Xiao Er review: The futuristic floating noodle house

Pictures of “floating noodles”, which show chopsticks holding a pinch of noodles seemingly suspended in mid-air, have recently gone viral, mystifying viewers...

Tipsy review: Yangon’s favourite new bar where the name says it...

It’s hard to miss the swirling, drunken eyes logo and brightly-lit facade of Yangon’s latest favourite bar Tipsy. Situated on New University...

Olea introduces a new High Tea menu

Styled with a Mediterranean influence, Melia’s Olea is prettily decorated with floor-to-ceiling white drapes, chunky white sofas with plush blue cushions and...

Unagami: A taste of traditional Japan

From grilled eel to ox-tongue, get a taste of traditional Japanese cuisine. As a Japanese restaurant that specializes in eel dishes, walking through the doors...

Yankin Heights: A rooftop restaurant with sky-high potential

It’s rare and glorious moment when you can get high enough in Yangon to appreciate how sprawling and multi-faceted the city truly is. Bars...

Wine Link: Not your usual wine bar

An international wine cellar to accompany fuss-free, affordable and simply good food.  For some, the words “wine bar” may conjure images of candle-lit banquettes, sommeliers...

Working House Cafe review: Set yourself up for the working day

Saunchaung is known as one of the most vibrant and creative neighbourhoods in Yangon so it’s only fitting that its latest addition is exactly...

Cafe Gotham: The Hero Yangon Deserves

Not only is Cafe Gotham the hero that Yangon deserves; it’s the cafe that Yangon needs. Stationed on Upper Kyimyindaing Road and the corner of...

The Strand Restaurant Reopens

The Strand Hotel is well-known as one of Asia’s most awe-inspiring Colonial landmarks. After being closed for the past 4 months, The Strand Restaurant...

Malaysian bites at 96 Bistro

The newly opened 96 Bistro is a fun, small eatery serving Malaysian fare orbited by a few international dishes. Acting as both cafe and bar...
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