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Wai Wai’s Noodle downtown: A place of Northern Shan vibes

Wai Wai needs no introduction to people live in Sanchaung and its surrounding areas. Opened together with a hostel six years ago,...

Bamboo: Fresh noodles, fair prices and yummy flavors

The first thing you notice when you walk in to Bamboo Noodle is how spotlessly clean it is. Or maybe that is...

The Heaven Bistro: a sublime experience that delivers

From the start, The Heaven Bistro sets up a high standard for itself. Calling a place heavenmeans customers expect an angelic experience...

Tom N Toms Coffee: Cozy vibe, subpar service

“Tom N Toms. Our first thought was "it must be a small cafe". Boy were we proven wrong.

The Newsroom: Yangon’s little England pairs regional cuisines with European

The Newsroom Café and Deli, is the resident cafe, and delicatessen of The Yangon Excelsior.  It wasn’t apparent that...

Yokozuna: Underrated yet comfortable and big plates

“Irasshaimase!” Something that we hear as we enter Yokozuna Yangon Japanese noodles (Ramen) shop or any other Japanese restaurant in town. According...

Nga Pichat: Something’s fishy—in a good way!

Days after its opening, we went to Nga Pichat—where they cook with nga pi (fish paste) galore. The English...

Soi 46: A place where you can relax in downtown hustle

What is it A hidden gem in Botataung that’s excellent value for money. Soi 46 stands out with a Thailand style foot...

Port Autonomy: Craving(s) Satisfied

Port Autonomy, the fusion-food baby of 57Below and Pun+ Projects now claims to be a part of Yangon’s culinary sequence after all...

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