A nice place to experience the next level clubbing in Yangon. And you can just move there from Roof, Sport Bar or Music Box since it located within the Yangon International Compound.
Their gyoza is a mixture of cabbage, ginger, garlic and pork wrapped in Osaka Ohsho’s special wonton wrapper, then skillfully grilled to a deliciously golden brown crisp on one side yet tantalizingly moist within. Osaka Ohsho’s Gyoza has become our most famous and beloved dish.
La Taverna offers a wide range of homemade Mediterranean dishes, including traditional foods such as Falafel in Pita Bread, Lebanese Shawarma rolled in Lafa Bread, Greek Style Stuffed Peppers, Moroccan Couscous, the finest Hummus in town, and various selections of Traditional Breakfasts, Salads, Breads, Soups and deserts. For Mediterranean food lovers, La Taverna has it all!
And it doesn’t stop at the food… A large range of classic cocktails and even a modest home made range for non-drinkers we offer a delicious homemade fresh ginger signature drink, Italian coffee as well as refreshing mocktails.
Water Library has got a brand new menu and the even do Sunday Brunch (a` la carte, 11am to 2:30pm). Intially a French fine dining venue, they have now expanded to include multi-cusine meaning Asain fusion foods and their seafood is among the favourites of many. Their prices have been reviewed and you can order dishes fir lunch fir less than $10.
One of the best Taiwanese food spot awaits you there with pop-up menus starts from the spicy noodles to roasted meats. Not only the outstanding taste but also the attractive decoration can help you to have a perfect dining.
Music Box is a reasonably-priced karaoke place popular among young Yangonites. A one-hour session of five people only costs 12,000ks. Sing your heart out and head on over to the Pioneer Bar next door for a fun night out. You will find more English songs in their new branch!
Thai 47 services all types of Thai dishes including deep-fried wrapped marinated chicken in pandanus leave, charcoal-grilled pork neck served with spicy lime dipping sauce and Thai satay served with peanut sauce and cucumber sauce. The atmosphere is quite Burmese style with neon lights and a football game on the screens, but the food is unbeatable price-wise!
The conveniently-located 365 Restaurant features modern decor with a stylish Japanese corner. The restaurant operate around the clock and serves a range of European, Italian, Chinese, Korean and Thai dishes. Also on the menu at 365 is ice-cream lovers. And if hamburgers are favourite, the double meat and cheese hamburger is strongly recommended. The restaurants also serves delicious, healthy vegetarian fare.
Myanmar’s own craft beer steps up another level with this new outlet in Ma Naw Hari street near the Thai Embassy. Here you can enjoy all seven flavours of Myanmar craft beer with a garden-view environment along with some snacks and friends.
An immersive experience of sounds, lights, music, and vibes. A space for the sounds of tomorrow, for pushing boundaries, for a different perspective. For, and by, lovers of the true, the progressive, the alternative: Level 2.
Black Canyon Coffee Myanmar is the Franchise Unit from Thailand. Since it’s name is no need to introduce, the place is famous for its coffee and thai cuisines including fast food such as burgers, snacks and cakes with variety of juices and shakes.