A quiet place with a great ambiance–some would even call it romantic. They are a farm-to-table locally sources sustainable restaurant. Their menus are tied to Myanmar seasons, so their menus are subject to change. Stay updated on their many events on their social media page.
Anya Ahta offers draft beer along with class, healthy food and art. Located on the corner of 37th and Mahabandula, it is an airy, high-ceilinged place cooled by fans. The walls, painted black, are covered with paintings, mostly scenes from middle Burma.
A healthy plant-based cafe based in Yangon serving breakfast, lunch and takeaway meals. Connected to Yangon Yoga House downtown studio. Come feed your body and soul.
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This tiny restaurant in the heart of downtown serves what is regarded as some of the best Indian and Nepalese food in the city. The vegetarian Thali set is particularly popular. Don’t expect fine dining, but just a couple of tables and wall fans.