If you are looking for a tasty masala dosa with a basic setting and friendly service, this (very) cheap eat next to Sule Pagoda is it. Ingyin serves South Indian food, with fresh sambar and the usual daily changing Thali which they refill until you are full.
The Corriander Leaf Group is one of the most elite chains of restaurants in Myanmar. After being established in 2011 in Yangon, Myanmar, Corriander Leaf has blossomed into an ever-expanding one-stop paradise for all your favorite delicacies and drinks. The entire chain of our restaurants have customized catering services as per the needs and feedback. An open invitation to become a part of the Corriander Leaf Family.
The restaurant Fire & Ice was established in 2017. We provide the best ambiance and scrumptious Pan-Asian cuisine with some chilled drinks and our services have been cherished for a long time. Right from birthday and office parties to weekend nights, we have sorted everything with our catering services which includes the best menu and decor that one desires off. Apart from this, we also provide karaoke, so that you can bring out the hidden singer that resides inside you. All you singers out there, come and have a gala time singing your heart out. Plan out your kids’ birthday party with us or celebrate weekends with your friends in Fire & Ice and enjoy!!!! In short, we are open for all occasions. We promise to make your events happening and memorable.
Aroma is a famous Indian restaurant in Bagan and is now opening a new branch in Yangon. They have a diverse palette of Indian food from Briyani to Curry. The two storey restaurant is more spacious and better for family gatherings. They have new menus coming in for both of their branches.
Punjabi – Q, Myanmar’s first live table Indian barbecue restaurant, brings to you the authentic flavors of Punjab and the essence of tandoori cooking. Indulge yourself in spiced kebabs, scrumptious tikkas and a lavish Indian buffet alongside unlimited bollywood fun.
Indian Tadka opened its new branch in Kantharyar shopping mall. Indian Tadka offers more than palatable Indian classics in a well-curated environment with better-than-average service—you wouldn’t expect a restaurant in this price range to change your plates between courses. Its curry-house feel and shareable dishes make it the perfect place to amass a group of pals for a night of Indian fare.
Indian Food is different from rest of the world, not only in taste but also in cooking methods. It reflects a perfect blend of various cultures and ages. At Titu’s, the Indian chef’s bring the perfect combination to your table.
Mangalam South Indian Cuisine is based on the principles stated above. Chef Himanshu, Praveen and Hari are experienced chefs from the top South Indian restaurants in Indi. They are in Yangon serving authentic South Indian cuisine.
The ambiance at Mangalam is peaceful and tranquil. They pride themselves on running a clean and cozy restaurant at the crossing of Boglayzay Street & Merchant Road.
The Marina, unlike a certain political movement, is sleek, stylish and modern – ideal for a city that is redefining itself as an exciting cosmopolitan place to be. Although not revolutionary, its menu is nonetheless imaginative and the list of dishes will keep most Indian food lovers salivating.
They serve Seafood, North Indian and South Indian.
This Titu’s Indian Bistro has everything you crave about Indian food. They have their signature Myanmar’s very own Samosa Salad, Aloo Poori, Thali Vegetarian Set, Prata Plain , Prata egg and all of the best their Chicken Biryani with best taste in Yangon.
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.
Define Foodfare as “Fusion Kitchen”. Although they may also offer certain fusion cuisines, it primarily means that their kitchen is the melting pot of various flavours and cooking techniques. Foodfare simply represents “an array of food” and as our slogan states, they aspire to become a “One Stop Solution for Food”.
They serve Myanmar, Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Thai and European delicacies. Traditional tea-shop style breakfast is also served every morning. Further, there is also a buffet available for weekend dinners at a very reasonable price.