Indian Tadka new branch near bogalay street bringing luscious cuisine and a world of fusion taste with magical spices to get an exotic INDIAN food experience.
This local bakery, as most of the local ones do, sell (very) sweet breads. In the morning and for lunch you can enjoy fresh Dim Sum. You will see Black Sky bakeries all over town, which can come in handly if you are on the run and would like some coffee to take-away. Do not expect anything fancy.
A bar that simply have a classical essence by its decoration of portraits on the brick walls. Live music is open for singing and entertainment. Great taste of beer bites and reasonable price draws customers every night!
A cosy Japanese restaurant with quite a large selection on the menu from ramen to hotpot to the usual sushi. Located a few doors away from the Mosque at Bo Aung Kyaw Rd downtown.
One of the best grills in town! Always crowded with foreigners mostly. They serve American and Mexican food such as burgers, steaks, burritos, nachos and more.
Industrially chic in style, and set on two floors, Tuk Tuk Thai Cafe is situated on the beautiful Bogalazay street (Middle Block) in the heart of downtown Yangon.
Our menu was implemented by Chef Matthew Albert, who was the head chef of Nahm in London when they were awarded the worlds first Michelin Star for Thai food and focusses on food from the Lanna & Isaan regions of Thailand.
Nam Su is another culinary concept by Rangoon Tea House group, a Shan-inspired restaurant with wide choices of homemade recipes and signature cocktails available at one place. Here, you can taste delicious Shan cuisines prepared by the head chef with warm heart. So if you’re craving for Shan food in bustling downtown of Yangon, Nam Su is a must go place for those who miss homemade Shan dishes.
A Japanese sushi restaurant at BAK Shopping Centre, Bo Aung Kyaw Road. A place is quiet nice and the food is good, delicious.
Modern Antique Burmese fusion themed restaurant aim to cater for customers a cozy and chill place to relax in downtown. A Lovely place with good ambience and delicious food with fair price.
The Paribawga Collection is designed and manufactured under the supervision of master carpenter Marcelo Maier, and consists of furnishings and accessories for living and working. High-quality, carefully sourced, local materials are combined with craft-based construction to reflect the history and legacy of Myanmar. Modern lines and forms lend the collection a contemporary edge, and special attention to texture and finishes evoke the moodiness of monsoon season and the lush complexity of the rainforest.
Paribawga offers specialty bespoke furniture services for private individuals, companies, and designers, and employs the same careful attention to materials and craft. Paribawga aims to create custom furniture and installations for all types of spaces, including retail, hospitality, public and cultural environments, with the goal of optimizing comfort, function and style through close collaboration with the client.
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Father’s Office is a newly opened small bar in downtown in front of Minister Office. Their signature hot-dog is locally produced by Merguez sausage wrap in Bacon and Tasty cheese which is served with chilli sauce. They also make it easier to drink on Friday night with their special deals! They also have Happy Hours everyday starting from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM but excluding Wine and Beer.
Tom N Toms coffee is now brewing inside the historic Secretariat Office. Good news for people who love to have coffee like it’s the 90’s. They served with great quality, a rich flavor and fresh coffee aroma to fulfill the daily caffeine needs.
The menu is still huge and takes some studying. The thali sets were just enough food, with the mutton vindaloo having the right amount of spicy kick. The Shrimp Tikka was succulent but could have been more succulent, if that makes any sense.
Their menu is structured like a newspaper. It even has a name: The Palace Times. But that’s okay for a menu, so on to the ordering. This menu offers a variety of Indian food from all over the subcontinent.