Vibrant and fast-paced, the brasserie is known for its European dishes such as Salmon Pastrami and our Roasted Porchetta, along with contemporary Burmese dishes. Complementing the menu is a well-balanced international wine list. A dessert station and a crudo bar featuring raw fish, shellfish and meat are located near the entrance of the restaurant.
Parasian provides the community with nicely-presented and packaged pasteries, sweet treats and have made their bakery a pleasant pit stop for a qick fix for cake and coffee. Now into their fifth branch, it is not hard to spot one of their branches around Yangon.
100 percent Myanmar Arabica Coffee with SCAA (Speciality Coffee Association of America) Standard . Cinnamon Roast of Coffee Beans . Notes of Lemon, Fruity & Chocolate, you can even get fresh Myanmar oiled rice here.
The Merchant has an open kitchen concept where our chefs use the freshest products to showcase international and local dishes. From breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch on weekends, to a la carte menus, there is something for everyone.
The place to comfortably relax and chill out with friends, follow the latest news or watch a sports game while experiencing bespoke signature cocktails, artisan champagne, world class wines, fresh craft beer and canapés. Open all day till late.
AT THE DECK is located at one of Yangon’s most relaxing outdoor pools and connected to their Wellness centre. Their menu offers feast of light snacks and drinks. They also feature a kid’s pool and 5 private gazebos for massage, parties or events.
E Cucina, the Italian restaurant and wine bar, offers home style dishes from across Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna and Napoli, created by the celebrity Italian Chef Nicolino Lalla. Their authentic Trattoria on level 2 is a casual chic place for delicious social gatherings with 3 private dining rooms. Come also enjoy a true Italian Salumeria with great wines, cheeses, oils, Vinegars, pastas, all come from traditional popular recipes.
La Tartine is a French bakery and coffee place. They serve coffee as well as small-size baguettes, French croissants with French butter, desserts, sandwiches and hot paninis. Pricing often confuding.
New branch opened at Strand Square on Strand Road, corner of Bo Soon Pat Street. 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.
Every Sunday, the Lobby Lounge serves High-tea to business visitors, tourists and residents alike and the real draw is the live piano playing. Expect free flow of hot drinks (they serve Dilmah teas) as well as 4 items to pick from the menu: two pastries and two sandwiches/pies on display at their bakery. Choose anyting from scones to muffins, to walnut biscuits and seasonal fruit cakes for the sweet tooth and then some sandwiches (egg,tuna, cheese) or pies for some savoury delight.
In 1906, Isaac Sofaer, the son of a family of provisions purveyors from Bagdad who came to Rangoon as a child, commissioned the renowned architect Thomas Swales to construct the Sofaer & Co building to be a centre of commerce at the most prestigious postcode in the region at the turn of the twentieth century – Lower Pansodan Road.
In 2016, a group of friends who met in Yangon stumbled upon a derelict unit at the far right of the once thriving emporium, which was being used as a warehouse for plastic packaging.
A dream was born: to revive a place that could be a space for the meeting of minds, to build a home away from home for people at cross-roads in a country at cross-roads.
The brainchild of Ingyin Zaw, Sofaer & Co. adopted the name of its namesake building. Here we celebrate life’s simple pleasures – coffee, cocktails and an open kitchen with the freshest local and regional ingredients.
Sofaer & Co’s space preserved most of the original features of the building – including the encaustic Victorian-era tiles from Manchester, steel beams from Lancashire and wood panels from possibly the era of the Vienna Café and Burma Book Club.
The clean, contemporary design pays homage to the history of the building, featuring our own designed, locally made furniture with the signature Burmese rattan weaving, locally commissioned artwork and reclaimed glassware from Nagar Glass Factory.
Located in the corner of the Strand Square building, cafe Burma has a warm and inviting interior. A great hideout from the busy streets of Yangon. Their menu includes pasteries, home made Burmese foods, smoothies and most important of all, the coffee. Their mocha has a great fame among the regular customers.
In Japanese, Gekkõ translates literally as “moon-shine”.
Gekko is located on the ground floor of the beautiful Sofaer & Co. building in downtown Rangoon. It was completed by Isaac and Meyer Sofaer in 1906. Both brothers were Baghdad-born, Rangoon-educated Jews. As well as owning many commercial properties in Rangoon, Isaac and Meyer were successful traders in their own right with interests in wines & spirits amongst others. Isaac was the architectural designer and Meyer made a success of the trading business by getting exclusives for luxury goods and supplying expats with imported groceries and spirits.
Gekko was Yangon’s first true open Japanese kitchen with a charcoal fired Yakitori/Robotayaki grill and cosy cocktail lounge. The menu is focused around charcoal fired Yakitori, with several vegetarian options available, as well as classic Japanese dishes like Katsu Curry, Ramen, and an extensive menu of sushi and sashimi. More recent menu additions include Korean and Vietnamese style dishes, as well as a creative weekend brunch offering dishes such as Matcha Pancakes, Salmon and Scallop Congee, Daikon or Beef Bao and Momofuku inspired Sirloin Ssam The Japanese inspired cocktail menu is courtesy of Singapore’s famously discreet 28 Hong Kong Street, as well as group bar manager Jen Queen and their charming bar manager, Puia.
This is the perfect place to pop in for a beer and some Japanese tapas after work, relax and catch up on emails with their fast fiber optic internet connection or settle in for a proper meal and taste their extensive collection of unusual Sake, Shochu or Japanese whisky. Their Friday night Jazz nights, with live music from 8pm-10pm remain one of Yangon’s most enduringly popular nights out!
Rangoon Tea House draws inspiration from the heritage and tradition of the old city, the wonderful food and vibrant atmosphere of downtown. Prepare to drink tea of different varieties, inspired by the traditional tea houses, and local foods with the best ingredients. Delivery available with Ygn door 2 door.