New taste desert cafe in Myanmar serving the desert with snow flakes (Ice flakes). Now they also have a new menu which is a new culture of Burger. Chupchup Burger is made with Rice.
Long-standing in Yangon’s food industry, Green Elephant remains popular for tourist groups. The restaurant offers a vast array of different dishes, and are a great introduction to Asian cuisine for those not willing to risk street food. The restaurant is pleasantly decorated; the servers are attentive and efficient. Highly recommended are their sweet desserts but bear in mind that the restaurant is quite expensive compared to many other Asian-style restaurants in Yangon.
Singapore’s favorite Cafe – now open in Myanmar! Serving your Singapore’s famous Chicken Rice, signature Kaya Toast & Coffee! Now you can get a taste of Singapore before travelling.
A new highlight fast food like donuts, cakes, pies, and a cup of coffee are served with good taste! You can even have rice and curries and ofcause sodas with new style!
Arirang is a family-run business serving delicious home-cooked Korean food. The dakgalbi grilled spicy chicken is especially good, but anything down to the side dishes is worth a try. You can find fine Shouju in this restaurant, which can be a good thing for both a business lunch or a family gathering. Quality does not come cheap though!
Mu Ai Kachin food restaurant is hidden away on a small side street just off Hledan Road opposite the Hledan Center. The restaurant is simple, immaculately clean, pleasantly cool and surprisingly small. Each of the six tables is decorated with a bamboo vase of freshly cut flowers—it’s a nice touch, and one that alludes to the attention to detail and efforts this little restaurant puts into its offering.
They are Espressonite and they are passionate about coffee! They have just one focus – to provide the best possible cup of coffee for you.
They completed lengthy research on how and what makes the best cup of coffee. They found and worked with the best coffee suppliers and the best blenders, seeking their advice and recommendations to find the best coffee beans.
Arabica beans are the standard for gourmet coffee, and that’s why they are all we will ever use to brew your coffee. Great coffee takes great beans and great baristas, but it also takes the right equipment. We only work with the best. La Marzocco have been innovators in espresso since 1927, and over the last three decades, their handmade machines have been a big part of the reason that the gourmet coffee industry has become what it is. Perfect coffee takes precision and total control over temperature and pressure. La Marzocco machines give our baristas just that, and that’s why we only serve coffee made from these marvels of engineering.
Our first café is now open at 2/F Hledan centre, Pyay Road, we are situated in the Food Village food court.
Our second café will open in July at 3/F HAGL Myanmar Plaza at the Food City food court.
We will also soon launch a mobile coffee van initially servicing Kamayut Township and other sites are planned.
We look forward to serving you the best coffee in Yangon soon!!
Here, you can create your own Mala fragrant pot. They also serve other Chinese cuisine and homemade beverages.Once you tried, They can guarantee that you will be back to The Spicy House for our signature Mala taste.
A famous Korean style dessert cafe with different kinds of ice creams and desserts now come to Yangon, Myanmar. They decorated the desserts themselves to add variety of toppings and creams. Their signature Strawberry Ssuni Schnee Noodle is popular among Yangon’s foodies.
Another pearl tea chain has hit Yangon! This Taiwanese tea outlet serves all types of teas, black, green, milky, fruity, with or without ice cream… nice for an energy fix on the go!