The Harmoneat model is simple. Share stories and cuisines through our food truck. By creating a place to explore differences and similarities between communities, we hope to build trust, understanding and tolerance – and together, promote a better future.
Myanmar, or Burmese, food is diverse, delicious and simple to make at home. Here at Harmoneat, we are passionate about showcasing the country’s best food – from the hills in the North all the way to the Irrawaddy delta in the South.
A casual Japanese restaurant suitable for those who want to eat both solo or with a group. Saraudon (crispy yellow noodle with thick starchy sauce) is recommended for its volume and superb taste.
This authentic Northern Indian fine dining restaurant can seat up to 70 patrons and still has to turn customers away on weekends because of its popularity! Aside from the fact that they make their own yogurts and cheeses and pound spices daily for freshness, the Taj has made a hit with its halal-only dishes and alcohol-free zone. The meats are so tender that they melt in the mouth and the gravies are made with generous amounts of ghee, feasting here just cannot go wrong.
A healthy plant-based cafe based in Yangon serving breakfast, lunch and takeaway meals. Connected to Yangon Yoga House downtown studio. Come feed your body and soul.
Barcelona Bar is a bar serving stick-to-your-ribs fusion cuisines with the savoury flavours and a wide range of good drinks. The comers can have fun playing some activities and experience the rhythms of amazing unplugged tunes
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!
Phoenix Court Chinese restaurant offers fine dining in Yangon with a traditional Chinese feel in a contemporary ambience. Unlimited Dim Sum is the special feature for daily lunch and the ever-popular All You Can Eat Buffet is a daily dinner feature. We have an expatriate Chinese Dim Sum Chef. Diners can select their choice from tanks displaying live seafood as well as order from the extensive menu.
SP Bakery lineup menu is including cake, bread, sweet buns, Asian-style confectionery, Western style confectionery, cookies and so on. Everyday they focus to produce premium quality products. They do appreciate Healthier Lifestyle of people and so they always select only reliable raw materials supplies to produce high quality products for their valued consumers. Their Brand, SP Bakery is naturally based on better premium food service policy that make them to happen their own Mission and Vision which are set up for Goal of customer daily satisfaction.
It’s not surprising that Chatime is here at Myanmar. Available all around the world, 25 to be exact, Chatime is no stranger to locals. You can choose a drinks from the 70 varieties available customized to your liking. You can ask them to add different types of toppings like pudding, coconut jelly, coffee jelly, red beans, grass jelly and more! They are popular for their unique combination of drinks like lychee yoghurt jelly, oolong tea mouse and matcha red bean milk tea, among others.
If you have ever traveled to Bangkok, there’s a chance you have seen or even tasted the popular yellow push cart selling noodle and wantons with red roasted pork. This famous push cart brand has finally arrived in Yangon with 2 push carts in 2 locations-in front of Bogyoke Aung San Stadium near Citymart and the new Chinatown night market.
The Japanese are synonymous with uncompromising standards, a vision similarly upheld at Shiki-Tei. Delight in exquisite classic and innovative Japanese fare at a variety of seating options; by the sushi bar, at a regular table or in one of the tatami rooms. The Family Buffet Dinner—available on Wednesdays through to Sundays—is a good way to sample what this modern Japanese restaurant has to offer.
After a long day of exploring Yangon city, relax with your favourite drink at the Lobby Bar. Let the soothing music from the bar’s daily in-house ‘live’ piano and violin performances complement your night out, or dabble in a game of pool with friends while enjoying one-for-one house pours during Happy Hour.
High Tea – 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Happy Hour – 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Spice Brasserie of Park Royal dishes out International buffet dinners from Sundays to Thursdays at US$33 nett per person with soft drinks or US$38 nett per person with either beer or wine. ‘They carry a good selection of meats, salads, pasta and desserts. The chef tries to plate “Daily Specials” to keep regular diners intrigued and new diners captivated. Fridays and Saturdays are Seafood Buffet Nights at US$35 nett per pserson inclusive of drinks, where you can try a wide array of sea food delicacies like mussels, prawns and crabs just to name a few. Children under the age of five dine for free, children between ages of six to eleven dine at half price. Dinner service is from 6pm to 9:30pm.
The authenticity of North Indian Cuisine and Indian Chinese fusion food combines all time “Food in my home country, India, is just not food: it is infused with the endless and immeasurable ingredient called love, which makes it special. In the past few years, there has been a huge difference between the ethnic food available in Myanmar compared to the food available in India because of the scarcity of ingredients and a qualified cook. Luckily indian food, which we have left far away in our hometown, is now more available here in Myanmar, promising the same flavors. „ Arpit Pareek Owner, Indian Tadka Chicken Tikka © Bawarchi EnjoyIt / June 2015 32 favourites like murg malai kebab, chicken tikka, tandoori prawns, and mutton rogan josh. For vegetarians, there are also many choices including bharwa paneer tikka, paneer butter masala, palak kofta, vegetable jalfrezi and lots more to try.