The Manhattan Fish Market is a causal restaurant serving American-style seafood, prepared by the friendly, sea-cret agents. Their menu comprises of finger-licking Manhattan Flaming seafood platter. For a seafood loving fan, this is a heaven on earth.
A new nightlife experience in town! Always crowded with Yangonites along with electronic music all night. Even the international Djs come perform there with the their hits every month.
Best family, friends, couples with best food and beverages. They respect on each customers as the family member with best service and food.
Mr. Jones claims to be the first theme cafe in Myanmar serving homemade delicious cakes and desserts. They also conduct various baking classes for bakers and kids usually on weekends. Seasonal fruit smoothie and puddings are available too.
Kaung kaung snack corner will be serving a variety of food, not just mini bites but also a variety Burmese food! So please do drop by.
The first ever premium food court in Myanmar with 12 stalls representing local and international cuisine.
What is your guilty pleasure? After 8 is thé new shot & cocktail bar opening in november 2017. Be aware, be there & be fun
Yangon’s only build-your-own salad bar. Enjoy fresh salads, soups, sandwiches, juices and breakfast.
Hejohejo is a Singapore-based franchise, offering a range of tasty and healthy Chendol desert drinks. They are here now for Myanmar to taste the Chendol desert drinks @ Myanmar Plaze. Make sure you fetch yours!
As the name suggests, Pizza Maru is bringing you quality pies made with a variety of different toppings. A big franchise with branches in the US, Singapore, and its native origin, South Korea. Here you can get loads of East-meets-West combinations such as the Carbonara Toppokki, and the Maru Chicken Cheese Tower. A place to check out if you’re into that kind of food.
BreadTalk is a distinctive, award-winning Singapore brand that has gained international appeal. It is renowned for the way it has revolutionised the culture of bread consumption with its visually appealing and creative products. Since its opening in Singapore in 2000, BreadTalk has grown to become a highly popular lifestyle bakery chain with its wide variety of freshly-baked breads and cakes. Myanmar is the 17th territory where BreadTalk has opened outlets, joining the list of close to 800 existing outlets across key markets such as Singapore, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand and the Middle East. Hundreds of thousands of people across Asia enjoy BreadTalk’s breads and cakes daily.