Asian fried noodle with seafood, pork or chicken are available here.
Noodle Bowl is a recognised name in Yangon’s dining scene. Its fancy lounge-concept eatery was opened last December. It has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a huge range of Shan and Thai fusion dishes. Select your drinks based on your mood from their signature cocktails, wine, whiskey and beer.
No 42/A, Sayar San Road, Bahan, Yangon
This rooftop restaurant opened its doors in December. Despite its name, the food it mainly offers is Chinese and Hong Kong-styled roast duck and chicken.
No 367~369, South and North Dagon junction, near Tadarphyu bus stop, Yangon
This little hideaway locates in Kanyeikthar Street. It offers a wide range of sandwiches and breakfast options in a cafe setting. The prices are pretty reasonable too: customisable sandwiches are priced only at Ks3,000 and breakfast sets come at around Ks5,000.
No 21, Kanyeikthar St., Mayangone Tsp, Yangon
Singapore Kitchen is a favourite place to go for seafood, albeit a tad pricey for some. It is also a familiar place for those looking for food after-hours. Be warned, they are close to one of the busiest roads in Yangon; depending on the time of the day, the noise from traffic outside nay limit your conversation.
The famous big bright yellow smiley face of Happy Cafe & Noodles can be found in quite a few venues in town. The most enjoyable setting is in the garden of the beautiful colonial building which shelters the inya Road Branch. Their patio is the place to go for some relaxing drinks and a couple of shared plates of Myanmar foods. Their menu focuses on Myanmar snacks, rice and noodles but offers Western options too (and cheap cocktails).
A trendy cafe` that sits in a phone shop in downtown Yangon, Coffee Club offers authentic European coffee as well as a range of sandwiches and cookies from Yangon Bakehouse.
Widely known as a popular venue for wedding reception, this place is great for all occasions from business meetings to get together with families and friends. They serve dim sum in the afternoon and only accept group reservations for dinner. Dishes include Beijing-style roast duck, gui lin gao (a herbal black jelly dessert), tofu in clay pot, mango pudding and one of the best dim sums available in Yangon.
Lotteria is a very well-known fast-food chain. Many locals frequent here, and is a great alternative for those craving McDonald’s type of fastfood. Their bulgogi burger is highly recommended as well as their soft-serve ice-cream. But do not order the prawn burger…it is painly no good.
Inside the Karaweik Park, Nervin Cafe sits pleasantly on a hill overlooking Kandawgyi Lake. It’s a calm pleasant spot to spend the day and usually offers a pleasant breeze from the lake. There is also a very good and reasonably priced casual menu with a selections of pizza, pastas, paninis and gelato.
First house specialises in Hunan and Sichuan cuisine. Expect well-prepared regional Chinese cuisine, attentive service and a relaxing atmosphere. Popular dishes include mutton and duck hot pot, steamed sea fish, chilli chicken and different varieties of lobster.