Sar Taw Kae’ is a place where you can try all different types of the authentic Burmese Cuisines in buffet style with no limit. The comers are offered by amazing buffet that include many dishes, desserts and drinks with the price tag of 6500 ks. Also they serve with sets menu, so the choice is yours.
Bringing back the memories of the decade known as “House Of Tea”, where the art meets delicious foods designed to remind the visitor about nostalgia. Menu is filled with Burmese traditional dishes including tea leaves, dry mutton and etc … And an environment with postcards, paintings, monoprints, second-hand books which go well with tea. It made you feels like you’re in Anyar (Central Dry Zone Of Myanmar).
One of the most popular drinks in Asia now available in Myanmar. Tiger Sugar launched their first branch in Junction Square to introduce their famous Boba Milk Tea. Sweet lovers can experience so many drinks that are not only delicious but also Instagrammable.
A new restaurant in town for those who are looking for healthy food. The food from War Yaw Recipes is claimed to be cooked with low cholesterol oil and no MSG. This will surely be a perfect place if you are on diet but still craving delicious meals.
This new place opened up in the Central Boulevard know as “Yuki Mugi”. A traditional Japanese bakery and cafe blending centuries of Japanese craftsmanship with the purest, finest ingredients to create a range of delicious, luxury bakes, cakes and breads for yangonites to enjoy.
US-based and internationally famous doughnuts brand Krispy Kreme extends its new branch at The Secretariat compound. In this spacious shop, sweet tooth will be able to enjoy their one-of-a-kind freshly baked doughnuts. With plenty of varieties to choose from, Krispy Kreme is sure to fill your sugar craving for a long time.
Zay Cho means “Sweet Price” in Burmese. As the name suggests, you will be getting a reasonably priced breakfast dishes till noon. Speciality dishes include Mandalay Mote Ti, Mee Shay, and other attractive Burmese choices.
A Nyar Thu is a Burmese restaurant that inhabits cuisine from the Central Dry Zone of Myanmar. Sweet, mild and a teensy bit of extra oil. Here, you will have a chance to taste a good homey meal with a very affordable price.
The Able is establish with the intent to do something to help people with physical handicaps. This cafe has books and a very unique way of ordering. The café is operated solely by audibly challenged staff and you can learn sign language to further broaden communication with the staff – maybe even make a joke or two.
Vibrant and fast-paced, the brasserie is known for its European dishes such as Salmon Pastrami and our Roasted Porchetta, along with contemporary Burmese dishes. Complementing the menu is a well-balanced international wine list. A dessert station and a crudo bar featuring raw fish, shellfish and meat are located near the entrance of the restaurant.
Tha Gyi Thamee is a upscale Burmese restaurant serving plain and simple Ah Nyar cuisine. Notable dishes are Ah Nyar Fried Chicken, Fried Mutton, and Pathein Fried Sausage. There are also noodle dishes as Nan Gyi Thoke, and deserts like Creamy Chai Tea.
Customize your bowl with starch gravy, chicken soup or salad with three different types of noodles and 11 other toppings only at Noodi, which has expanded to a new location at Tamwe Township and will keep on satisfying your noodle cravings.
A new type of Tea Shop based on the concept of Japan. The culture of tea, which is widely used in the world, has evolved into various forms in each country and reaches the present. It is “CHA-YA” that proposes it from old, but new form, it.It’s collection of soft serve ice cream, and various bubble tea/just tea combinations is bound to delight you and your soul.