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.
This outlet of Paragon bakery is always buzzing with people ordering custom-made cakes: may your dream cake be shaped as Spiderman, Hello Kitty, a giant Minion or a Liverpool Football Club Tshirt, you can be sure that they make it happen (with more or less brio sometimes!). Even though the place in itself isn’t anything special, the taste and the reduced use of cream is what really counts.
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.
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.
Easy cafe recently opened a second branch at Nar Nat Taw street and is still popular among Yangon’s “digital nomands” for its quick internet relaxing vibe and well-designed decor. Billed as you “home way from home”, Easy is an oasis of comfort with style and an open invitation to indulge in Taiwanese Asian-Western fusion of gourmet delights. The food is getting good reviews too, particularly its Taiwanese Rice.
Secret Recipe is a cafe chain hailing from Malaysia with over 100 franchises in ten countries. It specialises in cakes, cheesecakes, and fusion food. Myanmar patrons have generally favoured Secret Recipe’s savory choices over sweets such as Singaporean laksa, Thai tom yum, and Japanese soba; and Western classics such as chicken Parmesan, fish and chips, and their award winning lamb shank. They have good cakes too, including chocolate mud pie, chocolate and banana cake, carrot cake, and berry cheesecake!
“iZUMI” handle many ingredients of commitment visible. Safe and delicious cuisine is the commitment “iZUMI”. These words of the minority leader of Myanmar, ” Rather than give the food, they want you to tell the food of the recipe and cooking method. If not, the nation, and since become the only people waiting to open the mouth. “iZUMI is sympathetic to its words, in cooperation with the Association of global citizens working in South Shan State, have prepared a dedicated poultry farm. It is blessed with rich nature, among the spacious environment, it offers a carefully farmed chicken.
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.
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.
Arirang is a family-run business serving delicious home-cooked Korean food. The dakgalbi grilled spicy chicken is especially good, but anything down to the side dishes is worth a try. You can find fine Shouju in this restaurant, which can be a good thing for both a business lunch or a family gathering. Quality does not come cheap though!
Royal Pavilion is offering guests a “Real Chinese experience” based on Hong Kong Barbecue –
Dim Sum – Seafood delicacies.
In our quest to revitalize Chinese food, we have not only elevated the presentation of classic
dishes, but have also improved casual bites, such as dim sums. Our talented culinary team
prepares these favorites fresh daily, using quality ingredients.
Royal Pavillon restaurant is offering:
• Authentic Hong Kong Cuisine
• Live Seafood Selection
• Tasty Barbecues menu
• Saturday Dim Sum Brunch (Saturday Lunch only)
Lunch ( 11:30am to 2:30pm )
Every Saturday – Hong Kong Dim Sum Yum Cha (11am to 2.30pm)
Dinner ( 6:00pm to 10:30pm )