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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mangalam South Indian Cuisine is based on the principles stated above. Chef Himanshu, Praveen and Hari are experienced chefs from the top South Indian restaurants in Indi. They are in Yangon serving authentic South Indian cuisine.
The ambiance at Mangalam is peaceful and tranquil. They pride themselves on running a clean and cozy restaurant at the crossing of Boglayzay Street & Merchant Road.
The Manhattan Fish Market is a causal restaurant serving American-style seafood, prepared by the friendly, sea-cret agents. Their menu comprises of finger-licking Manhattan Flaming seafood platter. For a seafood loving fan, this is a heaven on earth.
Naked is an another desserts place by Rangoon Tea House. Located at 38th Street (Lower Block), Kyauktada Township. They serve Delivery and Catering too.
Bigger and better than ever before, Port Autonomy brings Yangonites the best of beer pong, boozy brunches, live DJ sets, iconic cocktails from Jen Queen and her team, and killer food.
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.
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.
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.
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!