While it is easy for most people to overlook it, Bawgawaddy is a hidden gem in Chinatown. Its cosy and simple atmosphere is welcoming to both newcomers and regulars. They specialise in Kayan food along with Danu and Taungyoe-influenced dishes. Its tea menu describes the percentage of condensed milk in one cup, so you can choose the taste according to your preferred of sweetness. Most Kayan dishes are hot and spicy. So, ask the staff to tone down the chilli unless you have an iron-clad stomach.
Everything is cute at the Twin Beans Cafe, where you can get a personalized doodle, detail, or pattern on your latte foam. Not just coffee and tea, they also provide grilled cheese and other toasty delights.
Located in the busy Street of the 19th, Chinatown 125 Café 唐人街125咖啡 adopts a theme of ancient Chinese from lanterns to tea pots. The lower floor of the two storey building holds modernized coffee makers to let you enjoy your coffee under the red lantern lights. You can enjoy a nice view of the old part of china town from the upper floor.
Terminal 5 opened their second branch in downtown 19th street with amazing decorations and delicious foods. One of a must go place in town, they have a very good atmosphere and foods and beverages price are reasonable. They also have unplugged band in weekend.
Located in heart of the city, A150 chinatown bistro …The bar with Chinese style decoration serves Chinese cocktails, drinks and tea. What makes that place special is that you can enjoy the foods with fair prices.
A trendy cafe and bar down a crowded street on Kosan Cafe’ has local, Western and some Korean eating options. It’s a great place to chill and has some of the best music in town. There is a another brunch in China-town, but that is more of a bar than the one in Hletan.
A new opened hotpot place around Pabedan Township has the most unique hotpot named’ Kyout Oh Mar Lar’. Different style of soup specially steamed with natural fruits and vegetables definitely make you healthy. Just step ahead and taste it.
If you have ever traveled to Bangkok, there’s a chance you have seen or even tasted the popular yellow push cart selling noodle and wantons with red roasted pork. This famous push cart brand has finally arrived in Yangon with 2 push carts in 2 locations-in front of Bogyoke Aung San Stadium near Citymart and the new Chinatown night market.
Located just next to Bogyoke Market, this is no fuss Thai restaurant is ideal for a post shopping-spree recovery meal. The flavours are full but beware of spicy and sour dishes! You should ask for low spice if you are not accustomed to Thai (or Sichuan) spicy food.