N 19 is an establishment that has operates a cafe and bakery. Lattes to americanos, the menu is pretty basic here – so are the confectioneries.
A Destination cafe located in Shwe Gone Daing, “Dice Society” that provides an alternative social space for casual gamers, geeks, and people looking to have unconventional fun.
Tom N Toms coffee is now brewing inside the historic Secretariat Office. Good news for people who love to have coffee like it’s the 90’s. They served with great quality, a rich flavor and fresh coffee aroma to fulfill the daily caffeine needs.
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.
Entering this café, you may feel like you’re in a living room from the 1970s. The name itself means “Old Eain” in which eain means “house” in Burmese. Behind the café is Tree Food which is already famous for its Myanmar traditional sweets with a modern touch. So, you may also find its products in the café to pair with your coffee.
Regarded as a clean and relaxing atmosphere, TEA BAR also has a satisfying flavor of traditional milk tea that has been in the hearts of fellow Yangonites. Myanmar cakes and buns taste awesome when you can leave your car in the nearby parking area without worries.
A coffee shop that serves a great cup of coffee along with a smile. Roasting and brewing fresh coffee beans from the mountains of Shan State, it’s the newest location to sit down, sheltered from the heavy rain outside, and read a book or two. Check them out if you’re a fan of local coffee.
If your expectation of a coffeehouse was small and dimly light, then the My Hill Coffeehouse will surprise you. Enjoy a fresh hot brew at its spacious and sun-lit dining where you can also have a taste of it big menu with items such as beef ball noodle soup.
DOLL RE MI, a really pink–also very sweet–twist to Julie Andrews’ hit in The Sound of Music, is a new café among many other cutesy cafes with cutesy names in Junction City. As its name suggests, there are also claw machines with many cutesy dolls ready to be plucked for yourself or maybe a significant other.
The concept “Déjà vu” — “Brew” is to offer an experience of drinking coffee in a café shop in the early 1900s. Lies in the middle 37th Street, a two-story cafe houses squared tables in a tiny room featuring a very old functioning typewriter, a vintage brand radio and an old phone on the shelves on the wall. It offers specialty coffee, juices and various Burmese and Asian fusion dishes yet the barbecued chicken-stuffed roti roll is a must-try.
AKKHAYA Tea House is located on the main road of Aung Zeya Road of Yan Kin Road, where you can get a breakfast with just 2000 Kyats. Just like normal tea shops, there are always people chit chatting and enjoying a sweet cup of Myanmar tea.
Experience the difference at Lizzo & Mammo! This unique cafe does not only offer you coffee but also let you take photos with a variety of pets & animals: birds, squirrels, exotic desert fox and cats. There are two areas: indoor area and outdoor area whereas indoor area asks for the entrance fees.
Are you in the mood to read a book in a peaceful environment? Do you like taking selfies with the ancient Bagan sunset? Do you want to sing a song with your own guitar? Do you want to enjoy soft music with your cocktail? Eco Cafe & Bistro is a peaceful oasis located in the crowded Hledan area and open to your favorite activities.
Country home in a country style will take you home. The wooden based decorations includes chairs in shape of barrels, wooden ship wheels, wooden tables and country hats. They provide a country themed bar but its more into cafe and saloon.
Located in the busy Street of the 19th, Chinatown 125 Café 唐人街125咖啡 adopts a theme of ancient Chinese from lanterns to tea pots. The lower floor of the two storey building holds modernized coffee makers to let you enjoy your coffee under the red lantern lights. You can enjoy a nice view of the old part of china town from the upper floor.