Chok Somboon Seafood Thai Restaurant is a restaurant which they had invited the Thai chefs from Thailand and so that the customers can get the real taste of Thai food in Yangon. They also have a wide and peaceful space with air conditioner including VIP rooms. You can get the 20% off on food from 1st May to 30th May 2015.
BOM – based on MALA is a seafood restaurant and known for their famous signature dish Spicy Prawn. They have a variety of spice menu cooked with Mala based and giving the most delicious “Spicy Seafood Dish”.
Good news for noodle lovers! Noodle Bowl, a new noodle place in town, has made its debut to Yangon with variety of Shan style noodles such as Pork Breast Kyauk Me Mee Shay, Shan Style Yellow Rice, etc. You can also get Thai food there. It’s your daily bowl of happiness – breakfast, lunch or dinner – you choose! So, what are you waiting for?
This small café with simple décor is located in busy Sanchaung Township, where you can get Shan food, Thai cuisines, noodles and a lot more. This will be an ideal place if you are looking for a place to have a quick lunch during your break or to gather with friends and family.
Wunna serves sophisticated Chinese seafood dishes, nourishing double-boiled soups and other Chinese traditional foods. Most of the dishes are great for communal dining at there and their service is pleasant.
Are you in search of your favourite restaurants in one place? Super Container Park offers a wide collection of Thai, Western, Halal, Japanese food and drinks such as Bubble Tea, Fresh Juices and many more to spend your time with your friends or family. As its name says, the colorful container shops make the place an instagrammable place.
Marine Park seafood is the right choice for those who are looking for the perfect seafood buffet spot in Yangon. As its name, “Marine Park”, welcome the comers with a huge seafood feast where a wide range of hand-picked seafood delicacies are served there. Crab claws, mussels, lobster, prawns and many more can be enjoyed with fresh and excellent taste, plus there is unlimited time for the craving.
Savor the best foods from Myanmar and also wonderful variety of dishes like Chinese, Thailand, Indian, European. As they care about the consumers’ health, they only use the high quality vegetable oils and yes you can expect the high quality foods and services, plus the environment is comfortable for gathering and a great evening.
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.
The Boiling Shrimp has seafood dishes in red paste which is hot and spicy. They have 3 special fried dishes along with lucky bonus (a giant bucket of shrimps) for every promotion. Coming to you in Sanchaung Tsp, gather your friends and stay alert.
Mae Sot Taste is the up and coming authentic Thai restaurant from, you guessed it, Mae Sot. With deep roots in spicy Thai curries and rich Tom Yum soup, its located with quite a far stretch from downtown; in South Okkalapa. Dishes are reasonably priced, justified by the amount of food you get and the quality.
Myuu Myuu serves Myanmar traditional foods for breakfast and for lunch and dinner, you can get the chance to enjoy Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Korean foods with the delightful taste. The materials are high quality, the space is big enough and the service is excellent.
The restaurant showcases the best of Thai-infused cuisine, offering a gourmet a la carte lunch items, and an array of international dishes, complimented with fine Thai cuisine.
Ever thought of choosing your favourite seafood, cooking style, sauce, spice level and add-ons? They also have a creative way of serving food with large plates, shovels, and even buckets! The Boiling Shrimp Myanmar will bring you more fun eating seafood then ever!
Enjoy Chinese and Thai cuisines in one place, cooked by an amazing kitchen team. They also serve Burmese food and snacks in the morning and, of course, Burmese traditional tea along with their own baked pastries.