A café is not only about its coffee, but also how its service and environment makes you feel when grabbing a cup of coffee on a busy day or sipping on an espresso during a relaxing coffee break. After the lockdown, several interesting cafes have appeared in Yangon. These are our pick of five cafés to check out for August.
House of Bread is a French artisanal bakery cafe inspired by the French boulangerie. They offer different varieties of European pastries alongside freshly customized coffee beans.
Soul Made offers freshly grilled gourmet sandwiches and gives off the wonderful aroma of newly brewed coffee. Soul Made, itself stands out between other vendors as it gives off a dark and classy look. The menu itself is affordable for the amount of product you are getting. Soul Made has seven varieties of gourmet sandwiches combined with their handmade sauces and spreads. The sandwich was quite filling and would be perfect for people grabbing a bite before class or work. They support and use local coffee beans and are ground at their shop, making your coffee fresh.
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