Immensely popular among the Japanese locals, Anaimo serves a balanced and healthy meal. Situated in the center of downtown, lunch delivery is also available without any delivery charge. Lunch box entries included fried chicken, grilled salmon lunch, grilled ginger pork lunch, curry rice with pork cutlet and pork cutlet with fried egg lunch.
The food is all about Healthy Salads and tasty Thai dishes. It you don’t know what to choose, ask the chef for her recommendation of the day. She’s also happy to prepare custom-made meals according to how you feel and the inspiration of the moment. The restaurant hosts a Green Party once a month.
Located across the Orchid Hotel, Botahtaung. Serving real authentic Malaysian food at reasonable prices in air-con comfort or al fresco dining. Also has a small section in the menu for Thai and Chinese food.
Fu-Rin is a relatively new player in the field of the ever-growing Japanese restaurants in Yangon. They serve a buffet hot-pot for dinner nightly. For lunch they serve bento set-meals and have just started a delivery service. The Ginger Set Meal (4,000Ks) is a stirfry with pork slices that?s tasty yet not spicy ? good for the sensitive tummies. This comes with a side of Japanese coleslaw and rice is served separately. The Pork Cutlet Curry Rice( 6,500Ks) is the most yummy-looking amongst all with a bed of rice followed by a layer of curry and topped with battered pork sliced on top. The team (who shall remain nameless) were so excited we forgot to take a photo. The Curry Rice (4,000Ks) is exactly what it is ? a generous serving of Japanese-style vegetable curry (read: sweet and curry is mixed with flour) on top of a bed of fluffy rice.
The Fat Ox is a British-style bar which also serves all day breakfast and great pub food. Having Bangers & Mash for lunch is a special event, with creamy mashed potato and great homemade sausages. In the evening, you will find expats playing pool out the back, chatting at the bar. This place has the atmoshpere of a real English pub, friendly and fun. Happy Hour daily from 4pm to 8pm.
A wide range of food and drinks menu with decent price. A perfect place for Mandalay style cuisine in Yangon. A neat, clean and cool environment to chill. Staffs are friendly and flexible. The quality of food is absolutely perfect.
Nice cool atmosphere inside. Staff was friendly. English speaking owner. Always a good choice of lunch at this lunch-only Japanese restaurant. Options are limited to 2-3 choice each day but they make up for it with a tasty and fulfilling experience. Ask for rice top up if your stomach isn’t filled up quite yet.
The cozy, garden themed cafe is filled with soft natural light. Inside is decorated with a comfortable pillow filled swing, lamp posts, colorful balloons, benches for talks, and cute chairs and tables. You can feel the grass below your feet, as if you were in a garden. Unlike a lot of cafes, Freedom Cafe allows you to bring your pets, and also have a gathering with other pet owners. Sometimes, the cafe brings in branded dog food and accessories with discounts and promotions.
One of Yangon’s most popular expat haunts. 50th Street Bar is a little slice of home for many foreigners living in the city. With Comfortable seating. Western food and live sports matches, it often offers some much needed sancity when Yangon-Life can become a bit too much.
Jazz In Time is the one & only jazz bar in Yangon, featuring live music, special cocktails, fun and jazzy dining experience with reasonable prices.
The Beat Bar is about music, happiness and meeting with happy people at the joint of Bo Myat Htun Road and Maha Bandula Road, Botahtaung Township.
The bar atop Yama Hotel on Bo Myat Htun was, apparently, a fixture of low-cost Yangon watering holes popular among local students with a relaxed vibe. Some old Burma hands had been awaiting its reopening after it closed more than two years ago, missing a rooftop bar on West of downtown. It reopened, as part of a revamp by Yama, last month with a more up-market vibe, offering a decent range of bar snacks, main meals, draft beers and
even a few bottles of fancy imported ciders, beers, and wines.
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.