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.
Sakura is a small Japanese restaurant located in downtown. Frequented by Japanese locals, the place is a hidden treasure for those who crave fresh sushi and authentic dishes straight out of Japan. Great lunchtime bento box!
Sharky’s is an institution. With ‘Food and Passion’ as their tagline, Sharky’s has won the hearts and stomachs of Yangon’s dwellers with its slow-cooked treats. Passionate about making their ingredients in-house, owner Ye Htut Win is always willing to share his experience about the food that is grown and prepared in country.
Omnivore, another side project of Yangon’s much loved Sharky’s, specializes in wine and steak pairing. Australian Wagyu beef and lamb are the special items of Omnivore, which you can either buy in portions or taste the cooking of Omnivore chefs at the place. A perfect place for those who love to taste the best meat in town!
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.
Father’s Office is a newly opened small bar in downtown in front of Minister Office. Their signature hot-dog is locally produced by Merguez sausage wrap in Bacon and Tasty cheese which is served with chilli sauce. They also make it easier to drink on Friday night with their special deals! They also have Happy Hours everyday starting from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM but excluding Wine and Beer.
They are now reopened in new place. Follow the tiger paw prints to this hidden speakeasy-style drinking lounge, tapas bar, and restaurant. While speakeasies were once illicit drinking dens in 1920s America, there is nothing illegal about The Blind Tiger. Rather, it evokes the allure, mystery, and privacy of yesteryears with modern bar mood.
Located in the heart of Yangon and the shop look cool with its decorations. And the Chef is work at England for 10 years and he also makes myanmar food are well-known in most restaurants of England. This shop are created with awesome myanmar foods and warm and helpful waiters with perfect smile.
Baker Secrets uses the best ingredients available in Myanmar. They use real butter (No substitutes) and levain for their bread. Taste and feel the difference.
In Japanese, Gekkõ translates literally as “moon-shine”.
Gekko is located on the ground floor of the beautiful Sofaer & Co. building in downtown Rangoon. It was completed by Isaac and Meyer Sofaer in 1906. Both brothers were Baghdad-born, Rangoon-educated Jews. As well as owning many commercial properties in Rangoon, Isaac and Meyer were successful traders in their own right with interests in wines & spirits amongst others. Isaac was the architectural designer and Meyer made a success of the trading business by getting exclusives for luxury goods and supplying expats with imported groceries and spirits.
Gekko was Yangon’s first true open Japanese kitchen with a charcoal fired Yakitori/Robotayaki grill and cosy cocktail lounge. The menu is focused around charcoal fired Yakitori, with several vegetarian options available, as well as classic Japanese dishes like Katsu Curry, Ramen, and an extensive menu of sushi and sashimi. More recent menu additions include Korean and Vietnamese style dishes, as well as a creative weekend brunch offering dishes such as Matcha Pancakes, Salmon and Scallop Congee, Daikon or Beef Bao and Momofuku inspired Sirloin Ssam The Japanese inspired cocktail menu is courtesy of Singapore’s famously discreet 28 Hong Kong Street, as well as group bar manager Jen Queen and their charming bar manager, Puia.
This is the perfect place to pop in for a beer and some Japanese tapas after work, relax and catch up on emails with their fast fiber optic internet connection or settle in for a proper meal and taste their extensive collection of unusual Sake, Shochu or Japanese whisky. Their Friday night Jazz nights, with live music from 8pm-10pm remain one of Yangon’s most enduringly popular nights out!