The Marina, unlike a certain political movement, is sleek, stylish and modern – ideal for a city that is redefining itself as an exciting cosmopolitan place to be. Although not revolutionary, its menu is nonetheless imaginative and the list of dishes will keep most Indian food lovers salivating.
They serve Seafood, North Indian and South Indian.
Myanmar’s own craft beer steps up another level with this new outlet in Ma Naw Hari street near the Thai Embassy. Here you can enjoy all seven flavours of Myanmar craft beer with a garden-view environment along with some snacks and friends.
Jeff Kitchen, a casual restaurant which already gained its popularity and acceptance by the locals & expats in the perspective of food, decoration, ambiance and service, has now proudly opened their new branch at Ahlone Road, Dagon Township. A two-storey classical building with a wide area of parking has retained its own classic no lesser than the original branch.
Thai 47 services all types of Thai dishes including deep-fried wrapped marinated chicken in pandanus leave, charcoal-grilled pork neck served with spicy lime dipping sauce and Thai satay served with peanut sauce and cucumber sauce. The atmosphere is quite Burmese style with neon lights and a football game on the screens, but the food is unbeatable price-wise!
Padonmar is the best restaurant in Yangon to experience the authentic Home-cooked Myanmar and Thai cuisine.
Padonmar Restaurant have undertaken outside caterings at private residences and functions. Also, on board the river boats for Yangon River Sunset cruises, full day or overnight excursions to the Delta regions.
During the hot summer or rainy Monsoon days, you can call us Home Delivery Service, provided you are not too far from the Restaurant. Cooking demonstrations and classes may be arranged on request.
Water Library has got a brand new menu and the even do Sunday Brunch (a` la carte, 11am to 2:30pm). Intially a French fine dining venue, they have now expanded to include multi-cusine meaning Asain fusion foods and their seafood is among the favourites of many. Their prices have been reviewed and you can order dishes fir lunch fir less than $10.
Beauty in The Pot has a variety of soup, Hot Pot and other various Chinese dishes. Originally from Singapore, It has two branches in Yangon which are very spacious and welcoming to people who love a good warm serving of Hot Pot.
The open-air Mindon Lounge is the perfect place to spend a relaxing evening. From light refreshments to cooling cocktails, the shaded garden area entices you to sample the exotic delicacies of Myanmar.
Named for the British author who penned such iconic verses as “Mandalay”, this bar rekindles the atmosphere of Kipling’s early 20th-century Burmese Days. Rife with nostalgia for colonial life in the tropics, it adds another layer of experience to your chosen beverage. Make sure to try an award-winning cocktail, such as “Picturesque Paddy”, a rice-based vodka concoction created by talented bartender.
Old world elegance meets timeless Burmese charm in their leafy Yangon retreat. Set in a verdant garden dotted with lotus pools, Belmond Governor’s Residence offers a secluded sanctuary. The
alluring scent of spices draws guests to Mandalay Restaurant where their Executive Chef, Karl Reyes, expertly weaves local produce into traditional Burmese and classic European dishes, creating a menu alive with colour. Enjoy a lantern-lit dinner in the balmy evening air as tropical fragrances scent. At Belmond Governor's Residence, there’s something to tempt you at any hour.
The Brunch Society serves specialty brunch items all day, everyday. They also offer all day dining of Western favorites with Asian influences and a bar.
A nice place to experience the next level clubbing in Yangon. And you can just move there from Roof, Sport Bar or Music Box since it located within the Yangon International Compound.
Their gyoza is a mixture of cabbage, ginger, garlic and pork wrapped in Osaka Ohsho’s special wonton wrapper, then skillfully grilled to a deliciously golden brown crisp on one side yet tantalizingly moist within. Osaka Ohsho’s Gyoza has become our most famous and beloved dish.