Previously featured in our Ultimate Ramen Guide, Jan Jan Jan has expanded to the familiar streets of downtown. At its spacious joint at the corner of Anawrathta road and 12th street, you can enjoy its unique selection of ramen that have given it its success at it sister shop at Myanmar Plaza.
Mr.Chef Cafe? & Restaurant Group, Founded in 2011. They offer very delicious individual favorites (more than 40), soups, salads, appetizers, broth & noodles, hot pot, dimsums, main dishes and coffee based and various kinds of drinks with very reasonable prices ranging from 1000-3500kyats. No extra taxes will be charged. They are always ready to serve the best food and service for their customers. They hope Mr.Chef to be the best place for the group of friends, families and couples to hang out and dinning with peace and comfort? They also serve delivery.
Asia House Restaurant is a casual dining place serving Burmese, Chinese and Thai food in a comfortable setting. We also have a bar serving cocktails, mocktails, draught beer, wine and various other beverages.
Decola blends traditional Myanmar fare and European classics in a contemporary setting. From its brunch selection to its home-baked cakes and endless range of fresh drinks, it’s certainly worth a visit.
Located on the Road of Phonegyi Road is the Urban Bar BBQ which is also a cool spot in downtown to chill with fine BBQ, tasty dishes, great music and live sport. Apart from their availability in alcohol and beveranges, they seems to be specialized in cocktails, from Italian to Western along with a wide range of bbq, salads, and beer bites as well.
A chinese B.B.Q and spicy hotpot available with reasonable price, also the Yangon’s favorite Ma La Xiang Guo. The atmosphere is clean, the prices are worth paying and the ingredients are fresh as well.
The cafe has been around for some time now (1978!) and is famous for its desserts, so you might need to wait a little before you can get a table. The place is friendly and clean, and serves quality coffee, pastries and ice-creams. The faluda, domino and kulfi are must tries .. oh, go on, have all three!
One-Zaab is recently popular among the locals teenagers because of its real taste of Thai food and desserts. Sometimes, you have to wait outside like 15 mins because of too many customers enjoying the meals inside. But it’s worth waiting you will know later!
Grill Restaurant MARU offers patrons in Yangon tasteful Japanese (and Japanese- style Italian) cuisine accented by warm hospitality and fine Japanese-style service in a relaxed ambience. MARU?s menu offers a wide variety of meat and seafood dishes created from the best materials selected by MARU?s experienced chefs. MARU offers meticulously prepared dishes served in an atmosphere that is second to none in Yangon. A visit to Grill Restaurant MARU is an experience that cannot be matched anywhere else in the city.
Downtown West, was opened in June 2014 opposite the junction mode Ting, Yangon‘s first eel shop. Japanese owners were carefully selected from Myanmar and natural eel.” Eel bowl–average ” (Uzaku, miso soup, liver grilled–with salad) 6,000Ks classic.
Thai 47 services all types of Thai dishes including deep-fried wrapped marinated chicken in pandanus leave, charcoal-grilled pork neck served with spicy lime dipping sauce and Thai satay served with peanut sauce and cucumber sauce. Now they have rooftop area with unique dining experience.
The restaurant is established since 1981, and 200 over branches in Korea. There are also branches in Singapore, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, Philippine. Their signature is to cook in front of customers. Ordinary side dishes are made in the kitchens, but the mains are done in front of customers. You can choose toppings, such as cheese, noodles or others. They keep trying to be your great friend that makes you happy with the great taste and highest level of customer service.
Sar taw pwe Myanmar and Rakhine foods (several dishes made with love and serve by heart) just try it and you will love it! Fresh big seafoods and tasty!!!!