Tha Gyi Thamee is a upscale Burmese restaurant serving plain and simple Ah Nyar cuisine. Notable dishes are Ah Nyar Fried Chicken, Fried Mutton, and Pathein Fried Sausage. There are also noodle dishes as Nan Gyi Thoke, and deserts like Creamy Chai Tea.
Zay Cho means “Sweet Price” in Burmese. As the name suggests, you will be getting a reasonably priced breakfast dishes till noon. Speciality dishes include Mandalay Mote Ti, Mee Shay, and other attractive Burmese choices.
A Nyar Thu is a Burmese restaurant that inhabits cuisine from the Central Dry Zone of Myanmar. Sweet, mild and a teensy bit of extra oil. Here, you will have a chance to taste a good homey meal with a very affordable price.
The Able is establish with the intent to do something to help people with physical handicaps. This cafe has books and a very unique way of ordering. The café is operated solely by audibly challenged staff and you can learn sign language to further broaden communication with the staff – maybe even make a joke or two.
Vibrant and fast-paced, the brasserie is known for its European dishes such as Salmon Pastrami and our Roasted Porchetta, along with contemporary Burmese dishes. Complementing the menu is a well-balanced international wine list. A dessert station and a crudo bar featuring raw fish, shellfish and meat are located near the entrance of the restaurant.
Customize your bowl with starch gravy, chicken soup or salad with three different types of noodles and 11 other toppings only at Noodi, which has expanded to a new location at Tamwe Township and will keep on satisfying your noodle cravings.
What better way to tingle your taste buds than by indulging on some authentic spicy Burmese cuisine. At Nga Pichat, which roughly translates to “Fried Fish Paste,” you’ll be getting a really different perspective to what real Burmese food taste like. Grab a cucumber stick, dip it in some homemade fish paste, and crunch away.
Myuu Myuu serves Myanmar traditional foods for breakfast and for lunch and dinner, you can get the chance to enjoy Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Korean foods with the delightful taste. The materials are high quality, the space is big enough and the service is excellent.
As their name “HOME”, a place where delicious mouthwatering Traditional food meet your expectations and feels like you’re at Home. A wide range of genuine ethnic food for perfect breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. The atmosphere is cozy and the spacious room can accommodate both lone diners and family banquets.
The perfect spot to try Burmese authentic cuisines fused from Mandalay Region( Ah-nyar). Various kinds of dishes, salads and snacks are serve with reasonable price. The setting and the service will make you feel at home.
A small local restaurant surrounded in greenery; Shwe Latyar Shin will make you feel like dining in your own garden. They offer extremely delicious home-made traditional cooking with a touch of modernity. Dine in rice dishes are served in a neatly arranged rattle plate. Healthy and fresh fried dishes as well as traditional tea leaves salads are available for take away, sealed tight enough to travel abroad.
Reimagining the elegance and flavours of old-world Burma, The Pansodan is a newly lit beacon on Yangon’s most celebrated culinary street. The restaurant is styled as a Burmese brasserie within a former Bank of India building. From the floors, paved with chevron marble, to the ceiling, capped with glinting gold-leaf, every inch of The Pansodan is designed to take its guests on a journey into a bygone age.
Open to serve everything from an early morning breakfast to after dinner drinks, The Pansodan is destined to become a new nexus in the heart of downtown. Some of the most creative minds in Yangon’s culinary scene have come together to create a menu designed to present Burma’s timeless recipes, with the occasional contemporary twist. Guests can also expect herbaceous cocktails, as well as imported wines and spirits. The Pansodan exists to champion Burmese culture, helping the guests experience traditional fare with new eyes.
While it is easy for most people to overlook it, Bawgawaddy is a hidden gem in Chinatown. Its cosy and simple atmosphere is welcoming to both newcomers and regulars. They specialise in Kayan food along with Danu and Taungyoe-influenced dishes. Its tea menu describes the percentage of condensed milk in one cup, so you can choose the taste according to your preferred of sweetness. Most Kayan dishes are hot and spicy. So, ask the staff to tone down the chilli unless you have an iron-clad stomach.