Bulgogi Brothers is a casual dining restaurant most renowned for its tasty bulgogi. You will first be served with a complimentary dish and tea with six side dishes (banchan). From there, you can choose from a variety of dishes including bibimbap, hot kimchi tofu soup and succulent variety of meat.
Htoo Yangon is a BBQ place that has a open area where many people can sit down with their families and enjoy all sorts of meats and even a la carte dishes such as fried rice or fried noodles, Chinese style!
A trendy cafe’-cum-bar down a quiet street on Insein Road, 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.
ASAGIRI Sausage & Restaurant , located in the central city of Yangon Myanmar. Various kinds of sausages, steak, pasta and iron plate cuisine are available there. They do not use any artificial preservatives in the ham and sausages homemade. Beer, wine and served the sausage freshly in store.
One of the most famous Chinese hot pots in town. This Kamayut Branch has only indoor seating (air-con supplied). You can have normal soup or spicy soup as stock. This restaurant is also popular for its fresh hand-made Strawberry Juice in the winter season.
Popular, particularly among the young local crowd, Fuji is the Yangon branch of a Thai chain of Japanese restaurants. They get rave reviews for many of their dishes, particularly the salmon. Meanwhile, the sushi and sashimi are made fresh and are a delight. The staff are friendly, efficient and attentive.
Taste this delicious Shabu Shabu Hot Pot from Taiwan. Food comes either in individual a` la carte plates, or as a set of meat plus vegetables. Not a big eatery, it seats about 30 people. There are bar seats. Food costs average around 10,000 Ks for a set ; includes your choice of meats, vegies, iced teas and sauces. Staff and management are polite and friendly.
Long-standing in Yangon’s food industry, Green Elephant remains popular for tourist groups. The restaurant offers a vast array of different dishes, and are a great introduction to Asian cuisine for those not willing to risk street food. The restaurant is pleasantly decorated; the servers are attentive and efficient. Highly recommended are their sweet desserts but bear in mind that the restaurant is quite expensive compared to many other Asian-style restaurants in Yangon.
Enjoy a chill section with your pals at the newest bar in town. Pine 24 is a bar and restaurant in a blue neon lighted environment offering european food, various kinds of beverages including beers and cocktails, shisha.
New taste desert cafe in Myanmar serving the desert with snow flakes (Ice flakes). Now they also have a new menu which is a new culture of Burger. Chupchup Burger is made with Rice.
Gohanya, a Japanese inspired restaurant located at K-Center on Pyay Road, is here to bring proper Japanese classic Donburis to the local people at affordable prices! A modern, chic and clean restaurant space with Japanese style décor brings a well lit and warm ambiance restaurant setting omits fresh vibes. Their menu is focused on a single donburi per person which is a typical Japanese style. They claims to be utilizing the first Cashless System App for payment ever in Myanmar.