Kvas is Yangon’s first Russian restaurant located in Yanshin road, behind Sedona Hotel. Named after one of most popular drinks in Russia – KVAS [K-V-Λ-S-S].
Kvas is one of the most popular national drinks of Russia. It is normally made of wheat, rye, rye bread, or barley and buckwheat meal. Kvas has very low alcohol percentage (0.7 to 1.2% or could be a bit more, depending on fermentation). Because fermentation is required, it takes 2-3 days to make kvas. Kvas is sometimes called in English a bread drink. In our restaurant, we serve enriched Kvas, kept in a cold place so that it will satisfy you when you feel thirsty .
Kvas is unique for an international restaurant of this caliber. With a variety of of alcohol, especially vodka, and a menu that features signature slow-cooked Russian dishes, Kvas is as close to a true Russian experience that you can get including Soleniya, pickled vegetables garnished with garlic and chili, which is made fresh by the restaurant daily and Shashlik, tender barbecued pork with vegetables plated with rich, creamy sauce.
This simple Korean restaurant and bar serves easy going Korean staples. Both tables and a counter are available and it is already becoming popular amongst Koreans and foreigners alike. The pork cuttlets are delicious (Ks.8000) and a glass of whisky will cost you Ks.3000.
Exclusively for pasta lovers, designed and integrated for a comfortable environment for the working or chilling crowd. Soups, salads, and a wide variety of hearty and tasty sauces, and a rice selection of affordable wines.
96 cafe is specialized in Malaysian and Singaporean style cusines. There is also Kung Fu Tea Master service showing the act of pouring. The cafe have a warm environment and good for team meetings.
A cute and cozy place to chill where you can get varieties of Western and Asian cuisines and drinks! Gathering Food Hideaway is famous for hosting special burger challenges, where you can enjoy their giant burger and win the prize, making the place a fun and interesting spot to hang out.
This restaurant only serves breakfast and it is always full ! The staple here is noodles. Take a pick : sichet (noodles with fried garlic), meeshay (Mandalay noodle), tobu nwe (noodles with bean curd) orand Shan traditional noodles. They make tea and coffee fresh for their customers, no instant sachets, and they are against the use of MSG. No wonder customers come back every morning : quality food always wins the hearts (and the stomachs) of the people.
A nice place to dine with friends & families in this Myanmar Palace designed Bar & Restaurant. Asian food are served here and good quality to please you.
Ajishin Japanese Restaurant is one of the finest Japanese restaurants in Yangon, Myanmar. Located amongst quiet and leafy surroundings in a popular area of Yangon, our stylish and modern restaurant offers you the best Japanese food you will find in Myanmar. Come and experience a memorable and unforgettable time here at Ajishin.
Agora is a café and restaurant inspired by Mexican antijitos (“little cravings”): typical Mexican street food like tacos and quesadillas. Its extensive menu also offers Asian, Tex-Mex, authentic Myanmar dishes and build-your-own sandwich options. Agora’s cocktails include a revival of Myanmar’s gin-based Pegu Club cocktail, first imbibed in the 1920s, and their version of the world’s longest named cocktail, inspired by Thai flavors.
Well, Mandalay Tea Room is a place that you can have every famous food from Mandalay like Mee Shay, Nan Gyi Toke and many more. And of course, the taste is similar, or better? Try yourself.
The institution that is Taing Yin Thar, set up 5 years ago by the famous actress Yadanarpon and her two best friends, has now extended its reach, to Yankin.
For those of you who don’t know Taing Yin Thar prides itself on its regional and ethnic dishes and its high level of hygiene! Unlike the many regional restaurants in Yangon, such as Kachin and Mon, TYT has the best of Myanmar fayre all in one place.