Local

Local food refers to cuisine from the Yangon
region and more generally from Burmese origins.
Locals distinguish “local” food from “ethnic”
foods such as Kachin or Shan for example.

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4.00 (2 reviews)
104(B), Inya Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon, Burma

The famous big bright yellow smiley face of Happy Cafe & Noodles can be found in quite a few venues in town. The most enjoyable setting is in the garden of the beautiful colonial building which shelters the inya Road Branch. Their patio is the place to go for some relaxing drinks and a couple of shared plates of Myanmar foods. Their menu focuses on Myanmar snacks, rice and noodles but offers Western options too (and cheap cocktails).

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No.37, Hantharwaddy Road, Kamaryut Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Local snacks, dim sum and noodles at affordable prices. Service is fast and quality of food guaranteed.

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290 U Wisara Road, after the junction with Dhammazedi Road (up a narrow side street), Kamayut Township,Yangon,Myanmar.

Set in an attractive wooden colonial home, House of Memories is a one of a kind in Yangon. They dish out mostly Myanmar specialities but also have Thai, Chinese and Indian dishes. The main draw for many is that this was once the office of the country’s independence hero, Aung San, and upstairs, you will find a few artifacts from his time. Their balcony and garden are nice and breezy.

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No.105/107, Kha Yay Pin Street, between Pyidazungzu Yeiktha Street & Ma Naw Hari Street, Ahlone Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Padonmar is the best restaurant in Yangon to experience the authentic Home-cooked Myanmar and Thai cuisine.

Padonmar Restaurant have undertaken outside caterings at private residences and functions. Also, on board the river boats for Yangon River Sunset cruises, full day or overnight excursions to the Delta regions.

During the hot summer or rainy Monsoon days, you can call us Home Delivery Service, provided you are not too far from the Restaurant. Cooking demonstrations and classes may be arranged on request.

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No.2, Aung Thukha Street, 9 Mile, Between Ocean Centre and A1, Mayangone Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Long-standing in Yangon’s food industry, Green Elephant remains popular for tourist groups. The restaurant offers a vast array of different dishes, and are a great introduction to Asian cuisine for those not willing to risk street food. The restaurant is pleasantly decorated; the servers are attentive and efficient. Highly recommended are their sweet desserts but bear in mind that the restaurant is quite expensive compared to many other Asian-style restaurants in Yangon.

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Kandawgyi Natural Park, Karaweik Oo-Yin Kabar, Mingla Taung Nyunt Township Yangon

This Restaurant and Bar has a mission : help people discover the country through food and chatter. The trendy “travelstyle”cafe’ cum restaurant is set in the nice surrounding of Kandawgyi lake. Although there is no direct view on the lake, the small tent-like outside dining area gives quite a unique ambience for a truly delicious meal. Need advice on your next trip in Myanmar, ask the owner or grab a book from the “library”

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77 Pansodan Road, (Lower Block), First Floor, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar
01 122453401 1224534

Rangoon Tea House draws inspiration from the heritage and tradition of the old city, the wonderful food and vibrant atmosphere of downtown. Prepare to drink tea of different varieties, inspired by the traditional tea houses, and local foods with the best ingredients. Delivery available with Ygn door 2 door.

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37 University Avenue, Shwe Taung Kyar 1st Quarter, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Long-standing in Yangon’s food industry, Green Elephant remains popular for tourist groups. The restaurant offers a vast array of different dishes, and are a great introduction to Asian cuisine for those not willing to risk street food. The restaurant is pleasantly decorated; the servers are attentive and efficient. Highly recommended are their sweet desserts but bear in mind that the restaurant is quite expensive compared to many other Asian-style restaurants in Yangon.

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7A Shwe Gon Taing Street 1, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar
01 52519401 525194

This longstanding institution is a great place to sample a wide range of Myanmar food – everything from rich, meaty curries to light, freshly made salads. The flavours are more subtle here than elsewhere, emphasising herbs rather than oil and spice. It’s almost constantly busy, but manages to maintain gentle, friendly service and a palpable old-school atmosphere, making the experience akin to eating at someone’s home.

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No.671A 5 1/2 Mile Pyay Road, near Thu Ka Gabar Clinic, Kamayut Township, Yangon, Myanmar
01 524 20801 524 208

The young and happy staff speaks some English and is incredibly helpful. They show their guests around how to order from the different stalls within the restaurant. There is a one for Mohinga,one from which you can pick vegetables and get them stir-fried, one for Shan noodles and rice, one for soups and curries and finally a stall for desserts. Sit on the back patio to enjoy the full splendor of this traditional Myanmar restaurant.

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49th Street, between Anawrahta Road and Bo Gyoke Road, Pazundaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar
01 292 38201 292 382
09 514 2 81009 514 2 810

This is a perfect place to sample some local dishes in an authentic setting. Take a seat outside and enjoy the relaxed vibe of the restaurant as you sip tea, or savour the unofficial national dish, mohinga. All of their food is worth trying and it’s incredibly cheap.

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corner of Yankin 4th lane & A Naw Ya Hta Street, Yankin Township, Yangon, Myanmar
09 7308208809 73082088

This restaurant only serves breakfast and it is always full ! The staple here is noodles. Take a pick : sichet (noodles with fried garlic), meeshay (Mandalay noodle), tobu nwe (noodles with bean curd) orand Shan traditional noodles. They make tea and coffee fresh for their customers, no instant sachets, and they are against the use of MSG. No wonder customers come back every morning : quality food always wins the hearts (and the stomachs) of the people.

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No(28), Kyaik Khauk Pagoda Road, Myot Haung East Ward, Thanlyin Township, Yangon, Myanmar

“Pwint” Myanmar Restaurant opened since 1995 and serving authentic Myanmar cuisine prepared from their treasured family recipes.
If you haven’t eat there yet, they hope you’ll stop in soon to have a great meal.

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102/104 Kyaik Ka San Road, Tamwe, Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar (Burma)

Define Foodfare as “Fusion Kitchen”. Although they may also offer certain fusion cuisines, it primarily means that their kitchen is the melting pot of various flavours and cooking techniques. Foodfare simply represents “an array of food” and as our slogan states, they aspire to become a “One Stop Solution for Food”.

They serve Myanmar, Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Thai and European delicacies. Traditional tea-shop style breakfast is also served every morning. Further, there is also a buffet available for weekend dinners at a very reasonable price.

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115 Lower Kyeemyindaing Road, corner of Hnin Si Kone Street, Ahlone Township, Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar (Burma)
01 223 37901 223 379
09 730 02 86309 730 02 863

This is a perfect place to sample some local dishes in an authentic setting. Take a seat outside and enjoy the relaxed vibe of the restaurant as you sip tea, or savour the unofficial national dish, mohinga. All of their food is worth trying and it’s incredibly cheap.

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