At the heart of what they do is the idea of providing a daily, fresh baking concept that complements the needs of the urban household. They strive to be the country’s leading bakery known for quality, service standard and value.
Spruce Café decorated with interesting Japanese aesthetics has a catchy menu that would definitely attract coffee break lovers and people who always wanted to enjoy a Japanese café experience. Drip coffees are their signature set in the menu but matcha and açaí seems quite appealing too. It is highly recommended to have coffee together with a light Japanese dessert. Located on the usually busy Hledan Road, car parking is easier around 7:00pm. However, on foot, it’s perfect to walk in any time of the day.
With a very attractive inner design, the theme of the restaurant is quite relaxing. Coffee, deserts, and even Burmese set meals are available. A perfect place for a light meal while working or conversing with friends. Easy to get to with available parking. A place definitely worth giving a try.
Thae Lay Coffee was born out of love and passion for great tasting coffee. Brewing delicious coffee for everyone and crafted the perfect balance of coffee, creaminess and delicate sweetness to fuel your morning or mid-day pick up. They fill each cup with love, in the hopes you will feel it too!
Art Café is a brasserie style Mediterranean restaurant which offers the best of the traditional dishes from France, Italy, Spain, Morocco and Greece. And also propose a range of creative drinks and a unique selection of artisan pastry.
Another branch of Café Deja Brew is now opened in a busy street of Myaynigone. This is a space for aspiring aesthetics, artists, performers and arts lover where a place to array , create and share ideas over freshly brewed coffee.
This very new cafe hasn’t got a wide selection on its menu yet, but it has quite a few interesting items – ready-to-drink coffee which is handpicked and acai bowls which are dairy-free, no sugar added and all-natural! What’s more exciting than that?!
House of Bread is a new artisanal bakery cafe inspired by the French boulangerie. Offering several pasteries such as bread, sandwich, baguette and more, House of Bread is another place in town to have a quiet afternoon to yourself or hang out with family and friends.
Step inside The Tea Club, a world where one can get away from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind; where food is plentiful and tea is fresh. Here, you’d find a unique place where moments and conversations are continued through a selection of local favourites and hearty international all-day fare that comforts both the palate and soul. Paired with the nest selection of tea and beverages sourced from all over the world, indulge in the casual ambience and comfort zones for the young and old alike, where happiness is just another sip of tea.
Rain cafe – a new place in town where you can get several desserts such as cake, Korean Bingsu and a lot more. Plus, the place has got an instagram-worthy decoration inside with pink petals on the wall and a small swing at the front.
Rain cafe – a new place in town where you can get several desserts such as cake, Korean Bingsu and a lot more. Plus, Junction City branch has got an instagram-worthy decoration inside with pink petals on the wall and a small swing at the front.
Established in 2014, “TSUKUMO” a bakery which produce various kinds of bread with Myanmar ingredients. They are ingredients flour, water, brown sugar, yeast and salt. Uses butter only, no margarine or shortening. Our products have no additives, no preservatives. The famous items are Sourdough, Bagel, Whole wheat bread, An-pan, Cream-pan, Meron-pan and more! Healthy choices, including several vegetarian or vegan options, are available as well.