Barren concrete walls and a wooden adorns the word, “BART,” this bar is far from your usual night-out. It offers premium liquor and many different types of beer; they also have an in-house bartender that will tend to your preferences. Of course, no awesome bar experience would be complete without a food menu to match with–for food, BART has all the traditional snacks and full course meals as well as some Western and Asian choices.
Reimagining the elegance and flavours of old-world Burma, The Pansodan is a newly lit beacon on Yangon’s most celebrated culinary street. The restaurant is styled as a Burmese brasserie within a former Bank of India building. From the floors, paved with chevron marble, to the ceiling, capped with glinting gold-leaf, every inch of The Pansodan is designed to take its guests on a journey into a bygone age. Open to serve everything from an early morning breakfast to after dinner drinks, The Pansodan is destined to become a new nexus in the heart of downtown. Some of the most creative minds in Yangon’s culinary scene have come together to create a menu designed to present Burma’s timeless recipes, with the occasional contemporary twist. Guests can also expect herbaceous cocktails, as well as imported wines and spirits. The Pansodan exists to champion Burmese culture, helping the guests experience traditional fare with new eyes.
“Red Room” lounge is on the top level of The Pansodan Burmese Brasserie with remarkable views of downtown Yangon. The Red Room daily will be serve as a lounge with private dining and event venue but, occasionally they would draw the drapes, and announce exclusive events with various acts.
The Able is establish with the intent to do something to help people with physical handicaps. This cafe has books and a very unique way of ordering. The café is operated solely by audibly challenged staff and you can learn sign language to further broaden communication with the staff – maybe even make a joke or two.
Escape the bustle of Yangon, and enjoy a sumptuous breakfast, a light meal or the Strand High tea, a long-standing tradition that harks back to Myanmar’s Colonial past. Using only the freshest ingredients, sourced at grass roots level to maintain the authentic feel of what is on offer, The Strand Café has a variety of dining options available. Relax in a comfortable rattan armchair, under lacquer fans whirring from the high ceiling, cocooned in comfort and luxurious splendour.
The Strand Restaurant, seating up to 45 diners as well as a private dining room for 10 guests, offers Classic European cuisine, pairing high quality imported ingredients with the varied organic produce found in Myanmar.
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!
In honour of the Sarkies brothers, the original owners and founders of the hotel, The Strand has created Sarkies Bar at the Strand, offering the perfect environment to enjoy afternoon refreshments, sip on an evening sundowner or enjoy a cocktail before dinner, mindful of the rich heritage and history synonymous with this Yangon landmark. Sarkies Bar at The Strand offers a wide selection of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as an array of cocktails and a comprehensive wine list, allowing guests the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing drink in this historical Bar. We are also showcasing some of the finest single malt whisky selections available within Myanmar, where guests can sample a variety of International malts, under the guidance of our barmen who will gladly advise according to your choice.
Happy Hour (Every Friday and Saturday)
50 % Off on selected cocktails with complimentary canapes
Mangalam South Indian Cuisine is based on the principles stated above. Chef Himanshu, Praveen and Hari are experienced chefs from the top South Indian restaurants in Indi. They are in Yangon serving authentic South Indian cuisine.
The ambiance at Mangalam is peaceful and tranquil. They pride themselves on running a clean and cozy restaurant at the crossing of Boglayzay Street & Merchant Road.
A Japanese sushi restaurant at BAK Shopping Centre, Bo Aung Kyaw Road. A place is quiet nice and the food is good, delicious.
The Paribawga Collection is designed and manufactured under the supervision of master carpenter Marcelo Maier, and consists of furnishings and accessories for living and working. High-quality, carefully sourced, local materials are combined with craft-based construction to reflect the history and legacy of Myanmar. Modern lines and forms lend the collection a contemporary edge, and special attention to texture and finishes evoke the moodiness of monsoon season and the lush complexity of the rainforest.
Paribawga offers specialty bespoke furniture services for private individuals, companies, and designers, and employs the same careful attention to materials and craft. Paribawga aims to create custom furniture and installations for all types of spaces, including retail, hospitality, public and cultural environments, with the goal of optimizing comfort, function and style through close collaboration with the client.
Paribawga works with private individuals, commercial partners and interior designers to create and fit custom spaces all around the world.
With over 150 family restaurant locations on six continents, Tony Roma’s is one of the most widely recognized names in the industry. Now in Yangon, Tony Roma’s is causal dining family restaurant that serve premier BBQ ribs and steaks, chicken and seafood entries and their world famous onion loaf.
Industrially chic in style, and set on two floors, Tuk Tuk Thai Cafe is situated on the beautiful Bogalazay street (Middle Block) in the heart of downtown Yangon.
Our menu was implemented by Chef Matthew Albert, who was the head chef of Nahm in London when they were awarded the worlds first Michelin Star for Thai food and focusses on food from the Lanna & Isaan regions of Thailand.
A bar that simply have a classical essence by its decoration of portraits on the brick walls. Live music is open for singing and entertainment. Great taste of beer bites and reasonable price draws customers every night!
Nam Su is another culinary concept by Rangoon Tea House group, a Shan-inspired restaurant with wide choices of homemade recipes and signature cocktails available at one place. Here, you can taste delicious Shan cuisines prepared by the head chef with warm heart. So if you’re craving for Shan food in bustling downtown of Yangon, Nam Su is a must go place for those who miss homemade Shan dishes.