Parami Pizza Downtown

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42, Strand Road, Left handside of the Red Cross building, Botataung Township, Yangon
2A Strand Road Yangon Yangon Region MM

Parami Pizza take over its new branch in downtown area, previously home to the much loved Union Bar & Grill, and Port Autonomy. Seating for over 100 people is available and include an extended bar menu with a focus on cocktails & bar snacks, such as fried lasagna and pizza rolls, a great value set lunch menu (available Monday – Friday) and a weekend brunch menu, as well as monthly live music nights and wine events as well as guest bartenders and chefs.

Opening Hours
Sunday – Wednesday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM / Thursday – Saturday 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Price Range
$$
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No.499, Merchant Road, Corner of 39th Street and 40th Street, Kyauktada Township, Yangon 0.32 km

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.

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No. 501, Merchant Road, Corner of 39th St, 8 Ward, Kyauktada Township, Yangon 0.34 km
09 44651 530909 44651 5309

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.

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38th Street (Lower Block), Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar 0.34 km

Naked is an another desserts place by Rangoon Tea House. Located at 38th Street (Lower Block), Kyauktada Township. They serve Delivery and Catering too.

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No(90) , 40th Street (Lower Block), Kyauktada Township, Yangon 0.35 km

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.

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No(504/506) Merchant. Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar 0.35 km

Enjoy your moment with a good coffee with outstanding interior to make your day!

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Bo Aung Kyaw Street, in the New Aye Hotel between Merchant and Mahabandoolah Road, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) 0.36 km

The menu is still huge and takes some studying. The thali sets were just enough food, with the mutton vindaloo having the right amount of spicy kick. The Shrimp Tikka was succulent but could have been more succulent, if that makes any sense.
Their menu is structured like a newspaper. It even has a name: The Palace Times. But that’s okay for a menu, so on to the ordering. This menu offers a variety of Indian food from all over the subcontinent.

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No.104, Bogalay Zay Street, Botataung Township, Yangon, Myanmar 0.39 km

The Paribawga Collection is designed and manufactured under the supervision of master carpenter Marcelo Maier, and consists of furnishings and accessories for living and working. High-quality, carefully sourced, local materials are combined with craft-based construction to reflect the history and legacy of Myanmar. Modern lines and forms lend the collection a contemporary edge, and special attention to texture and finishes evoke the moodiness of monsoon season and the lush complexity of the rainforest.

Paribawga offers specialty bespoke furniture services for private individuals, companies, and designers, and employs the same careful attention to materials and craft. Paribawga aims to create custom furniture and installations for all types of spaces, including retail, hospitality, public and cultural environments, with the goal of optimizing comfort, function and style through close collaboration with the client.

Paribawga works with private individuals, commercial partners and interior designers to create and fit custom spaces all around the world.

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No. 93/95, Ground Floor, Seikkantha Street (Lower Block), Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) 0.41 km

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.

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116-118, Bogalayzay Street (Middle Block), Botahtaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar 0.42 km

Industrially chic in style, and set on two floors, Tuk Tuk Thai Cafe is situated on the beautiful Bogalazay street (Middle Block) in the heart of downtown Yangon.

Our menu was implemented by Chef Matthew Albert, who was the head chef of Nahm in London when they were awarded the worlds first Michelin Star for Thai food and focusses on food from the Lanna & Isaan regions of Thailand.

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No. 116-118, Bogalay Zay Street (Middle Block), Botahtaung Township, Yangon. 0.42 km

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.

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138 Bogalay Zay Street, Botahtaung Tsp, Yangon, Republic of the Union of Myanmar 0.43 km
09 792 23672209 792 236722

One of the best grills in town! Always crowded with foreigners mostly. They serve American and Mexican food such as burgers, steaks, burritos, nachos and more.

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138-140, Bogalay Zay Street, Botathaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar 0.43 km

A bar that simply have a classical essence by its decoration of portraits on the brick walls. Live music is open for singing and entertainment. Great taste of beer bites and reasonable price draws customers every night!

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40th St, Between Mahabandoola Road and Merchant Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) 0.44 km
01 24516001 245160
09 25414435909 254144359

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!

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No.542, Pansodan Street and Merchant Road, Kyauktada Township (Opposite of Shwe Bank) 0.45 km
09 78188883809 781888838
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60 Pansodan Street, Lower Block, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) 0.46 km

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.

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