Meringue is a new, no-fuss coffee shop round the block. Coffees and pastries are made fresh and complimentary Wifi is available for a connected cuppa. They were still fine-tuning their recipes at time of print, but soon their Egg pudding and Waffles will no doubt delight the kids (and not only kids!). The quiche is nice for a light lunch.
A popular spot in the trendy Yaw Min Gyi quarter, Aung Mingalar offers a terrific mix of Shan and local dishes. Also highly recommended are the fried dumplings. It is a pleasant venue with open doors that gets a cool breeze. A great restaurant for people watching that attracts foreigners and locals alike.
Santino is serving
Breakfast (Burmese style, noodle soup, western sytel)
Soup & Salad
Western Main Dish
One Plate Meals
Cold & Hot Drinks
Papa Pizza has one of the best pizzas in Yangon, for takeaway and delivery, but so much for eat-ins. Great options include margherita pizza with extra cheesy goodness and the pepperoni pizza with its seeright mix and balance of pepperoni, meat, cheese and dough.
A small buffet Hotpot restaurant located in Nawaday Street. Always full of local buffet lovers, 10,800Ks per person and they now have free flow drinks and ice-creams.
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.
Good news for Japanese food hunters- this Japanese restaurant “Kakurega Kawasemi” was just opened on 29th February. The restaurant offers a wide range of Japanese traditional cuisines, giving you the real taste of Japan with live cooking of Japanese chefs.
Paradise Dynasty is set to delight with both northern and southern Chinese cuisines, with an innovative touch. Be awed by the experience, the refreshing take on delicacies and the dragon’s impeccable presence at Paradise Dynasty. The signature first-of-its-kind Dynasty Xiao Long Bao in eight flavors and has been hailed as the world-first piece of Chinese culinary art. Paradise Dynasty promises to couple great food with great value in a grand alluring ambience.
Enjoy a memorable meal at new Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant on Level Two. The award-winning restaurant group from Singapore offers a unique culinary experience with their authentic Sichuan and Cantonese delicacies paired with premium Eight Treasures teas. Designed in contemporary oriental elegance, the restaurant provides an ideal setting for business entertainment and celebrations.
Spice Brasserie of Park Royal dishes out International buffet dinners from Sundays to Thursdays at US$33 nett per person with soft drinks or US$38 nett per person with either beer or wine. ‘They carry a good selection of meats, salads, pasta and desserts. The chef tries to plate “Daily Specials” to keep regular diners intrigued and new diners captivated. Fridays and Saturdays are Seafood Buffet Nights at US$35 nett per pserson inclusive of drinks, where you can try a wide array of sea food delicacies like mussels, prawns and crabs just to name a few. Children under the age of five dine for free, children between ages of six to eleven dine at half price. Dinner service is from 6pm to 9:30pm.