Located on the roof top of Hotel Sidney is the mighty Bar Castle where you can enjoy the view of Yangon at the outdoor area. The wooden theme indoors, combined with the Greek warriors wall paper will surely take you back to the Age of Spartans. Either for just a normal night out chilling or birthday party, they will make sure that you enjoy the most out of your day with their value added Family KTVs, Shisha and special decorations
The Glass is an all-season rooftop bar with the option for dining. With good mixology and a mood-setting ambiance – especially when it has a glass roof to fit the name.
Variety of drinks as you can expect amazing cocktails, gins, brew beers and soft drinks. And their food menu includes grills, burgers, dishes and appetizers. Plus they have unplugged music very often with the specious space.
This place is a home where all different culture mingle together as one, for heartwarming good times! Located on the rooftop of the building, you can try various kinds of fusion foods there. And the place is just fantastic. They decorated the whole place with the lofts and bears and fancy cute furnitures. The foods are looking delicious and just seeing them make you craving for more…
Eliq Restaurant, situation at the back of Avenue 64 Hotel, for the most part is a hidden gem and arguably, under-rated. Started since 2012, it serves a medley of healthy, Asian and fusion dishes concocted by Chef Aung Htike, a local genius who drew his culinary inspirations from his experiences in the UAE and Japan.
A well known Japanese style BBQ shop from Bangkok is now opened in Yangon. AKA is the best BBQ restaurant with reasonable price and serving as a Buffet style.This shop is famous around people for not having burnt smell after having your foods.
This is currently very popular due to the quality of the imported ingredients and the family style of cooking. It very much feels like dining at a friend’s house and the side dishes are to die for. The pork rib (Ks 13,000) and the Sam Gyeop Sal (grilled pork belly, Ks 9,000) are real delights!
EC Cookery is a private kitchen you can go to if you’re really craving Sichuan fine dining. It’s also nicely furnished with great art and décor which would make a meeting at EC a great decision. Keep in mind, you’d have to make a reservation within a day or two before you go there to enjoy the fine-dining experience.
BreadTalk is a distinctive, award-winning Singapore brand that has gained international appeal. It is renowned for the way it has revolutionised the culture of bread consumption with its visually appealing and creative products. Since its opening in Singapore in 2000, BreadTalk has grown to become a highly popular lifestyle bakery chain with its wide variety of freshly-baked breads and cakes. Myanmar is the 17th territory where BreadTalk has opened outlets, joining the list of close to 800 existing outlets across key markets such as Singapore, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand and the Middle East. Hundreds of thousands of people across Asia enjoy BreadTalk’s breads and cakes daily.
Fu Fu is now opened with various choices of ingredients to fill the pot. Servings include a bowl of noodles, eggs, sliced raw meat that come in about 5 different flavors of hot pot. Fu Fu also has the option of Mala Xiang Guo, so keep that in mind as well!
Connoisseurs, foodies and everyone keen on experiencing a unique combination of French fine dining utilising local ingredients with a special twist should prepare themselves for an exciting, yet relaxing, evening at the city’s soon-to-become-favourite summerhouse getaway just around the corner.
The restaurant, which aims to serve honest yet sophisticated food, is already well-known among Yangonites due to its unique approach to conventional dining. Orng Kitchen’s ambition is to popularise fine dining and make it available for everyone who is up for a culinary adventure. Marrying East to West, Chef Orng specialises in treating locally available, seasonal ingredients with Michelin star methods of preparation. His signature dishes include a confit duck ballotine served with a fried quail egg, apple puree and balsamic reduction, as well as locally sourced mudfish and wild snails accompanied by home-made gnocchi and the chef’s own beurre blanc. The menu will be subject to change depending on the availability of seasonal ingredients.
Established in 1981, Yoogane was one of the most popular chicken galbi restaurants in Busan, Korea. In Korean language, guests are seated to a table with a huge hot plate in the middle, provided with individual bib/apron and upon choosing your menu, have the staff do the cooking for you. It is a family restaurant, with a concept of sharing your food, so it naturally attracts couples and big groups. The prices are very reasonable compared to other established Korean restaurants.
Lotteria is a very well-known fastfood chain. Many locals frequent here, and is a great alternative for those craving McDonald’s type of fastfood. Their bulgogi burger is highly recommended as well as their soft-serve ice-cream. But do not order the prawn burger… it is plainly no good.
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