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Feel Myanmar has many branches all over town. A great restaurant to get acquainted with local cuisine, it is popular with both visitors from abroad and locals. There is a wide selection of local options and the seating area outside is always busy, giving a lively atmosphere to your dining experience, especially at the main branch when they have a live band playing!
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.
Sharky’s is an institution. With ‘Food and Passion’ as their tagline, Sharky’s has won the hearts and stomachs of Yangon’s dwellers with its slow-cooked treats. Passionate about making their ingredients in-house, owner Ye Htut Win is always willing to share his experience about the food that is grown and prepared in country.
The buffet held on Sundays by Sule Shan-gri-La provides many cuisines and treats. There is something for everyone with flavours from Japan, India, China, Burmese and Western and many fusion varieties. Pancakes are made fresh, on demand! We regret the lack of vegetables and healthy options, and now that they have arranged the Kid’s corner, it doesn’t feel quite as premium as it used to.
Featuring half-curtained glass windows and a dark wood interior, with wrought iron and brass details, The Gallery Bar & Restaurant evokes the traditional pubs of Britain’s past.
Memorabilia and photographs from the early 1800s adorn the walls and add nostalgia to a menu brimming with comfort food.
Shan Yoe Yar is a Shan-style fine dining restaurant.Set in an attractive, air-conditioned and renovated wooden house, it serves a selection of well-known and lesser-known fine Shan dishes. The staff are dressed in traditional Shan outfits and the cuisine is outstanding.
Yangon has a rich and multi cultural history and the menu at Union Bar & Grill is designed to reflect its position as the “Union” of East meets West. Dishes include everything from the Levantine Za’taar Manaoushe with Hummus to classic British Fish and Chips (a dish that arguably has its roots in Italian & Jewish cuisine) via Kimchee & Chorizo Fried Rice With Soft Shell Crab and our Signature Union Burger made with Black Angus beef and topped with aged cheddar, bacon and homede sauces. We also have an extensive selection of vegetarian dishes (almost 25% of their menu is suitable for vegetarians and Vegans) such as our Pumpkin & Chickpea Power Plate and Herb Roasted Cauliflower, Cauliflower Rice & Romesco.
Their kitchen is completed with the help of a Kamodoe Joe smoker where they prepare succulent Burgers, Smoked Ribs, Wings & Steaks as well as a traditional wood fired Pizza oven, enabling them to offer their famous Parami Pizzas downtown for the first time. They also offer a selection of Thai dishes, created by Matthew Albert, the former Head chef of Nahm London, the first Thai restaurant to be awarded a Michelin Star, using David Thompsons award winning curry pastes and specially imported ingredients for a truly authentic flavour.
Their talented bar team, helmed by American expat Jen Queen, has also created a intriguing cocktail list, highlighting the very best local ingredients in infusions, syrups & bitters as well as the what is one of Yangons’ finest collections of imported spirits.
Happy Hour, which runs daily from 5-7pm is recognised as one of Yangon’s finest, offers special discounts on Heineken, and Tiger Beer as well as Select Cocktails from our extensive cocktail list & Infused Gin & Tonics.
They also like to keep our finger well and truly on the pulse & offer guests unique experiences such as monthly guest bartender nights, attended by some of Asia’s top bartenders including Anne Marie Sagoi, Bannie Kang and Karl Too.
A cozy place where you can have any types of drink that you like. They have coffee, fresh juices, beers, cocktails and other drinks. You can also enjoy your delicious meals with their unplugged show at this conformable place.
Finding a place to have fun or relax or celebrate with friends? Eucalypt Bar & Restaurant is a perfect place to go. Friendly environment that you will absolutely feel and meals are fresh and delicious as ever. This is one of the great Bar & Restaurants around big city Yangon.
Renovated and recently reopened, Salud offers an array of Latino dishes in a bohemian and rustic setting. Bric-a- brac objects of art adorn a brush stroke interior of red, gold and green beneath bronze colonial ceiling fans and light shades made from recycled bottles. The ambience leans towards a fun night out. A dangerous collection of rum and tequila is stacked high behind the bar while salsa and dance set the tone.
Salud is a great venue for a fun night out with friends. The cuisine is satisfying and good value for money while the tequila and rum will have you swaggering to the bar for more.
Both branches of Easy Cafe are popular amongst Yangon’s ‘digital nomads’ for their quick internet, relaxing vibe and well-designed decor. Brilled as your “home away from home”, Easy is an oasis of comfort with style and an open invitation to indulge in Taiwanese Asian-Western fusion of gourmet delights. The food is getting good reviews too, particularly its Taiwanese Rice and beef sandwiches.
This self-proclaimed ‘Oasis in the City’ has a certain mercurial quality. Sunset hues bleed into the pools while the vast garden area offers relaxation after a long, hot and stressful day. The restaurant provides Italian as well as local foods to match your wine, cocktail or soft drink.
Le Bistrot offers traditional French bistro made from predominantly local ingredients along with a great selection of wines to compliment the food. Guests are welcome to dine inside or outside on the pool deck.