A quiet little eatery offering a soul and jazz ambiance, fine food and friendly staff. It is a cozy bistro with indoor and street-side dining at affordable prices.
“Dirty Crickets is about pushing the limits of our capability within our team. Whether it’s the Risotto made using vegetable stock using leftover stalks and stems from our other restaurants, or the zero-waste Cocktails made using watermelon peel. Everything is created with a specific nod to sustainability”.
The Garden Bistro is a very pleasant resaurant with peaceful outdoor setting by one end of Lake Kandawgyi. A great variety of food available, it is a good place for breakfast and also the place for dinner in the windy garden Kandawgyi.
Papa Pizza has undeniably one of the best pizzas in Yangon. The specialise in New York style, thin crust pizzas. Baked in a fire oven, choose from their wide selection of pizza spicy beef, anchovy shrimp, New York slice, three cheese and more.
A trendy cafe` that sits in a phone shop in downtown Yangon, Coffee Club offers authentic European coffee as well as a range of sandwiches and cookies from Yangon Bakehouse.
Peppers focuses mainly Asian and Western food, with their motto being “Great place for eating out with the family”, with a friendly and lively atmosphere. Prices are reasonable and the favorite is the pepper-stuffed chicken (large chicken fillet in bread crumbs with a creamy sauce inside, served with carbonara and a cauliflower-potato bake) and like most other dishes, it is a very generous portion that will definitely fill you up.
Despite the growing number of Japanese restaurants in Yangon, this restaurant has gained a strong reputation in the city. Their set menus and food presentation are good and reasonably priced.
Monsoon Restaurant & Bar Yangon has an extensive choices of food from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Thai!
It’s a colonial building, with high-ceilings, where photos of old Yangon are mounted on the walls. It’s located in the downtown area.
Reservations are recommended for private dinners, birthday celebrations, wedding receptions and special occasions.
Lotteria is a very well-known fast-food chain. Many locals frequent here, and is a great alternative for those craving McDonald’s type of fastfood. Their bulgogi burger is highly recommended as well as their soft-serve ice-cream. But do not order the prawn burger…it is painly no good.
This quaint tea house is the place to go to try out exclusive blends of tea. Set A is for two people and includes unlimited teapot refrill along with scones and cream, four different types of cake, two sorts of sandwiches and even a mini-chicken burger. Set B is for four people and is more or less set A timed by two. Ask to explore the house (including outdoor areas) before sitting down: it is full of hidden gems and each room has its own character.
The buffet held on Sundays by Sule Shan-gri-La provides many cuisines and treats. There is something for everyone with flavours from Japan, India, China, Burmese and Western and many fusion varieties. Pancakes are made fresh, on demand! We regret the lack of vegetables and healthy options, and now that they have arranged the Kid’s corner, it doesn’t feel quite as premium as it used to.
Sabai Sabai’s Inya Road branch, now located infront of Sedona hotel, continues to maintain high standards. The food is presentable, mid-market and in a western-friendly restaurant. Popular among expats and locals, it serves Thai dishes such as tom yum, tom kha and seafood.. The sunset view is remarkable.