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.
Sakura is a small Japanese restaurant located in downtown. Frequented by Japanese locals, the place is a hidden treasure for those who crave fresh sushi and authentic dishes straight out of Japan. Great lunchtime bento box!
This new cozy spot “Regulus” will enhance your night life with the amazing unplugged live music, along with post modern signature cocktails and dishes. The comers can experience the wonderful standard creation by its place. A perfect meetup spot for those whose are tired of noisy and crowded place.
Yummy Hot Pot & BBQ is a place where you can get seafood, meat and other delicious stuff to dip in some hot broth or just grill. They have various sets depending on how much you can eat
Modern Antique Burmese fusion themed restaurant aim to cater for customers a cozy and chill place to relax in downtown. A Lovely place with good ambience and delicious food with fair price.
Touted as Yangon’s first “No Frills” wine bar, Marco’s Cellar serves quality drinks and food at a reasonable price. It has a selection of close too 100 wines varieties, be it single estate wines or luxurious wines.
Monsoon Restaurant & Bar Yangon has an extensive choices of food from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Thai!
It’s a colonial building, with high-ceilings, where photos of old Yangon are mounted on the walls. It’s located in the downtown area.
Reservations are recommended for private dinners, birthday celebrations, wedding receptions and special occasions.
This quaint little restaurant that sits on the first floor of a traditional Burmese building also doubles up as an art gallery. Serving Chinese and Burmese food, it’s run by a non-governmental volunteer group that helps street kids by giving them training in food and beverage. There’s a small table (it only seats two people) that sits on the balcony and it offers a great view of the bustling street life below. There are only half a dozen tables but the art on the walls make it an enjoyable place.
Barren concrete walls and a wooden adorns the word, “BART,” this bar is far from your usual night-out. It offers premium liquor and many different types of beer; they also have an in-house bartender that will tend to your preferences. Of course, no awesome bar experience would be complete without a food menu to match with–for food, BART has all the traditional snacks and full course meals as well as some Western and Asian choices.
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.
It’s not surprising that Chatime is here at Myanmar. Available all around the world, 25 to be exact, Chatime is no stranger to locals. You can choose a drinks from the 70 varieties available customized to your liking. You can ask them to add different types of toppings like pudding, coconut jelly, coffee jelly, red beans, grass jelly and more! They are popular for their unique combination of drinks like lychee yoghurt jelly, oolong tea mouse and matcha red bean milk tea, among others.