Nam Su is another culinary concept by Rangoon Tea House group, a Shan-inspired restaurant with wide choices of homemade recipes and signature cocktails available at one place. Here, you can taste delicious Shan cuisines prepared by the head chef with warm heart. So if you’re craving for Shan food in bustling downtown of Yangon, Nam Su is a must go place for those who miss homemade Shan dishes.
They are now reopened in new place. Follow the tiger paw prints to this hidden speakeasy-style drinking lounge, tapas bar, and restaurant. While speakeasies were once illicit drinking dens in 1920s America, there is nothing illegal about The Blind Tiger. Rather, it evokes the allure, mystery, and privacy of yesteryears with modern bar mood.
Father’s Office is a newly opened small bar in downtown in front of Minister Office. Their signature hot-dog is locally produced by Merguez sausage wrap in Bacon and Tasty cheese which is served with chilli sauce. They also make it easier to drink on Friday night with their special deals! They also have Happy Hours everyday starting from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM but excluding Wine and Beer.
The only reggae bar in Myanmar . 7th Joint Bar and Grill strives to deliver a unique reggae experience with an atmoshphere that takes you back to the Caribbean. Try their signature jerk chicken, one of their many cocktails. Whether you want a late night out, a few lazy drinks or to jam to some reggae music, come down and chill with 7th Joint.
Ho May Char Siu is the perfect spot for those who enjoy Cantonese food, ‘Char’ being fork and ‘Iiu’ means roast, named after the traditional cooking method for the dishes. Roasted dishes and Chinese style noodle can give you the best food experience. The fair price range makes this place worthy of second visit and also the roasted duck is popular among customers.
Premium steakhouse serving dry aged Myanmar Japanese wagyu hybrid beef, premium wines and live seafood. Prime Rib takes its pride upon the beef they offers. Greenland Farms, established in early 2007, has many years of careful development.
They claim to produce a product that is safe for consuming as well as naturally flavorful and tender. Their beef is said to be raised with NO ADDED HORMONES, NO ANTIBIOTICS, and is GRASS FED on a guaranteed 100% vegetarian diet. Their cattle are never fed animal by-products or chemical products of any kind. This is the beef you can trust.
Experience the new premium Family KTV in town. Bring your family and friends.
A unique Thai restaurant in Botahtaung Township, have variety of Thai tastes to choose.
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.
Decorated in modern setting with yellow lighting, giving warm feeling, one side of the wall is painted with waterfall image.
Formerly known as Yhet’s which is hidden in a side street off Merchant Street and now it moved to Urban Asia Center – Ietsu provides a quiet and intimate space that is perfect for an escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Yangon. Sushi is served at room temperature with fresh ingredients are imported from Japan without fail. They claim that the fish they import are asleep, not dead, which ensures unbeatable freshness and the most amazing sushi in town. Their soba noodles are handmade in Yangon.