The Loft restaurant “the Alex’s” is ready to cater the most discerning visitors. The 60 seats venue including a bar-lounge area will offer A la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner in the alchemy of tastes, colours and design brought together to create an enchanting experience!
Good news for Japanese food hunters- this Japanese restaurant “Kakurega Kawasemi” was just opened on 29th February. The restaurant offers a wide range of Japanese traditional cuisines, giving you the real taste of Japan with live cooking of Japanese chefs.
Le Petit Comptoir is the new kid on Yaw Min Gyi! This small Bistro serves traditional home food from France “terroir”. Expect dishes like rillettes and cassoulet. For wine, it’s bring your own – just note that you’ll probably have to pour a glass for the boss as a “droit de bouchon” (right to BYO)!
Mondo has a reputation. Expensive. Top Quality. Exclusive. They now open for lunch and dinner and have extended their menu. Watch out for the small door! Their collection of Sakes is something to look forward to … if you are not on a budget.
Do you remember Le Competitor at Yaw Min Gyi Street? Well, it transformed into this newly hide out place in Yangon’s French Dining experience. The owner is friendly, motivated and warmly. Try the whole new menu of Le Bis-Tro-Ke.
OldTown White Coffee signature restaurants will be introducing favorite Malaysian food to the lovely people of Myanmar. Their menu will boast of favorite Malaysian food at an affordable price, served in a clean, comfortable and tastefully decorated environment. Popular fare like the all time favorite Nasi Lemak, Bah Kut Teh and range of delightful noodle selection will be featured in the OldTown White Coffee Signature restaurants in Myanmar. If you need a break and a snack, our range of coffee, teas, smoothies and famous kaya toast will swirl and delight your taste buds.
This chain dishes out grilled chicken with tons of different sauces. You can order anything from an entire chicken to pasta, tajine, burgers or chicken wings. No fine dining for sure but the taste is there. Ask for extra peri peri chili if you dare!
A coffee shop that serves a great cup of coffee along with a smile. Roasting and brewing fresh coffee beans from the mountains of Shan State, it’s the newest location to sit down, sheltered from the heavy rain outside, and read a book or two. Check them out if you’re a fan of local coffee.
This bakery in Yaw Min Gyi offers both international breads such as Farmer’s Bread and Dark Sour Rye while retaining some very Myanmar influenced favorites like Chicken Steam Bun and Puffs. The bakery looks stylish from the outside but don’t expect refined pastries such as traditional butter croissants or else you will be disappointed.
Yangon has a restaurant serving Filipino cuisine, who knew? Hopefully some of the people from the Philippines living and working in the city have tasted My-Abodo Plus. Adobo, from which the restaurant takes its names, is a classic Filipino dish in which various meats and vegetables are cooked in a sauce of vinegar, soy sauce, salt, pepper, garlic, and aromatic herbs. The restaurant does a selection of chicken, pork, chicken feet, squid, and water cress in its signature sauce.
Every evening, share some drinks to the sound of Club 5’s party band. They perform nightly from 8pm onwards, except on Sundays. And enjoy a delightful night out at Club 5 after a live band. Dance up a storm as the in-house deejay spins the latest hits.
Menzo ramen prides itself in the selection of its fine ingredients. The meat is freshly brought every morning and even the salt is imported from Japan to achieve the perfect flavor balance in every dish.