A wide range of food and drinks menu with decent price. A perfect place for Mandalay style cuisine in Yangon. A neat, clean and cool environment to chill. Staffs are friendly and flexible. The quality of food is absolutely perfect.
The famous big bright yellow smiley face of Happy Cafe & Noodles can be found in quite a few venues in town. The most enjoyable setting is in the garden of the beautiful colonial building which shelters the inya Road Branch. Their patio is the place to go for some relaxing drinks and a couple of shared plates of Myanmar foods. Their menu focuses on Myanmar snacks, rice and noodles but offers Western options too (and cheap cocktails).
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.
Inside the Karaweik Park, Nervin Cafe sits pleasantly on a hill overlooking Kandawgyi Lake. It’s a calm pleasant spot to spend the day and usually offers a pleasant breeze from the lake. There is also a very good and reasonably priced casual menu with a selections of pizza, pastas, paninis and gelato.
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.
There are two wonderful things about the Yangon Bakehouse. The first is that they are a social enterprise that train and educate disadvantaged women, the second is their fantastic food. There’s a terrific variety of baked goods; all made to quite wonderful standards.
Rain is the perfect excuse to stop by for a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee, with plenty of recipes to choose from. Grab a snack with your coffee or choose something from our a la carte menu, along with a matching drink from the wide selection.
Featuring half-curtained glass windows and a dark wood interior, with wrought iron and brass details, The Gallery Bar & Restaurant evokes the traditional pubs of Britain’s past.
Memorabilia and photographs from the early 1800s adorn the walls and add nostalgia to a menu brimming with comfort food.