A chinese B.B.Q and spicy hotpot available with reasonable price, also the Yangon’s favorite Ma La Xiang Guo. The atmosphere is clean, the prices are worth paying and the ingredients are fresh as well.
One-Zaab is recently popular among the locals teenagers because of its real taste of Thai food and desserts. Sometimes, you have to wait outside like 15 mins because of too many customers enjoying the meals inside. But it’s worth waiting you will know later!
Thai 47 services all types of Thai dishes including deep-fried wrapped marinated chicken in pandanus leave, charcoal-grilled pork neck served with spicy lime dipping sauce and Thai satay served with peanut sauce and cucumber sauce. Now they have rooftop area with unique dining experience.
Located on the Road of Phonegyi Road is the Urban Bar BBQ which is also a cool spot in downtown to chill with fine BBQ, tasty dishes, great music and live sport. Apart from their availability in alcohol and beveranges, they seems to be specialized in cocktails, from Italian to Western along with a wide range of bbq, salads, and beer bites as well.
Asia House Restaurant is a casual dining place serving Burmese, Chinese and Thai food in a comfortable setting. We also have a bar serving cocktails, mocktails, draught beer, wine and various other beverages.
Terry and Emily is the best quality and value dessert of downtown Yangon! They served mainly focus on ice-cream and other tasty toppings. It’s near to the San Pya Cinema so people can also enjoy it before or after going to the cinema with a very reasonable price!
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.
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.
Sar taw pwe Myanmar and Rakhine foods (several dishes made with love and serve by heart) just try it and you will love it! Fresh big seafoods and tasty!!!!
Ureshii is a Japanese restaurant with free wifi service which is located in chinatown. Sushi, ramen, sashimi and other kinds of Japanese food also available there. Their mission is to serve you the best quality food at affordable price and provide the best customer service.
Previously featured in our Ultimate Ramen Guide, Jan Jan Jan has expanded to the familiar streets of downtown. At its spacious joint at the corner of Anawrathta road and 12th street, you can enjoy its unique selection of ramen that have given it its success at it sister shop at Myanmar Plaza.