STEAK on the Street: Reasonably priced and yummy food

Maybe you have heard of Steak On The Street but not their story. Initiated at the pavement on the street of Golden...

Ned Kelly: Mandalay’s first Irish Pub

Fish and chips. Peanut butter and jelly. Wine and cheese. Some combinations were just meant to be: individual ingredients that are solid...

NooDi: Yangon’s favorite sticky noodle place

Noodle with starch gravy is not as popular as Kyay Oh or Mohinga in Myanmar since it is rarely seen in some...

Rangoon Boutique Cafe review: A Korean influence in Sanchaung street

Sanchaung street is well known for its famous beer stations, bars, Chinese restaurants, street vendors and fashion houses. Thus it became a...

Northlander Restaurant & Bar review: Average yet pricey food

Hunting a good meal after work is always a hustle in downtown Yangon, where there are plenty of options but not much...

Chinatown 125 Cafe review: A peek at the Beijing coffee scene

There’s something courageous about opening a small restaurant in Yangon in current times, when even some of the biggest names in the...

Theatre2 by Burdubai review: Enjoy some movie-magic in Yankin’s newest restaurant

Yankin is positively teeming with restaurants and BBQ houses so any new-comers to the scene have to really make a splash to...

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...
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