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).
Kobe refers to cuts of beef, which is one of this restaurant’s specialities. Their beef is imported from Japan’s Hyogo Prefecture. These Thinly-sliced meats, served cold, are often considered a delicacy.
The young and happy staff speaks some English and is incredibly helpful. They show their guests around how to order from the different stalls within the restaurant. There is a one for Mohinga,one from which you can pick vegetables and get them stir-fried, one for Shan noodles and rice, one for soups and curries and finally a stall for desserts. Sit on the back patio to enjoy the full splendor of this traditional Myanmar restaurant.
Great location and interior, The Ritz offers Italian cuisine at reasonable prices. A pizza oven outside, and inside a bar stocked with international grade liquors and alcohol. It’s a good choice destination for a first date or a business meeting. The Lake View Restaurant has a seating capacity in Excess of 200 guests consisting of the main dining room, 3 private rooms, and upstairs for private events seating for additional 100 guests in the garden during the dry season.
A famous Korean style dessert cafe with different kinds of ice creams and desserts now come to Yangon, Myanmar. They decorated the desserts themselves to add variety of toppings and creams. Their signature Strawberry Ssuni Schnee Noodle is popular among Yangon’s foodies.
They are Espressonite and they are passionate about coffee! They have just one focus – to provide the best possible cup of coffee for you.
They completed lengthy research on how and what makes the best cup of coffee. They found and worked with the best coffee suppliers and the best blenders, seeking their advice and recommendations to find the best coffee beans.
Arabica beans are the standard for gourmet coffee, and that’s why they are all we will ever use to brew your coffee. Great coffee takes great beans and great baristas, but it also takes the right equipment. We only work with the best. La Marzocco have been innovators in espresso since 1927, and over the last three decades, their handmade machines have been a big part of the reason that the gourmet coffee industry has become what it is. Perfect coffee takes precision and total control over temperature and pressure. La Marzocco machines give our baristas just that, and that’s why we only serve coffee made from these marvels of engineering.
Our first café is now open at 2/F Hledan centre, Pyay Road, we are situated in the Food Village food court.
Our second café will open in July at 3/F HAGL Myanmar Plaza at the Food City food court.
We will also soon launch a mobile coffee van initially servicing Kamayut Township and other sites are planned.
We look forward to serving you the best coffee in Yangon soon!!
Another pearl tea chain has hit Yangon! This Taiwanese tea outlet serves all types of teas, black, green, milky, fruity, with or without ice cream… nice for an energy fix on the go!
Here, you can create your own Mala fragrant pot. They also serve other Chinese cuisine and homemade beverages.Once you tried, They can guarantee that you will be back to The Spicy House for our signature Mala taste.
Pezzo Pizza, originally comes from Singapore, the famous pizza outlets among locals, is now here. The taste is really delicious and you can even buy a slice of any pizza here! So don’t hesitate and grab fast as possible!