Canaan Cafe House will make its best effort to create a unique place where customers can socialize with each other in a comfortable and relaxing environment while enjoying the best brewed coffee or espresso and pastries in town. They will be in the business of helping their customers to relieve the daily stresses by providing piece of mind through great ambiance, convenient location, friendly customer service, and products of consistently high quality.
Authentic Singapore Chicken Rice, Prawn Mee, Bak Kut Teh & Claypot Rice. Hotplates, Hot Pot & Locally-made Ice-Cream also available.
Tipsy has a unique logo of a getting drunk emoji eyes. For those who loves an amazing authentic DJ set along with their casual drink at a nicely decorated venue, Tipsy bar is your ultimate solution.
Do not underestimate by it looks of the dimly lighted small bar of “Born in Japan”. They have alot to offer. The decoration might be a bit messy with samurai and other Japanese classic posters but they make sure you and your friends get your own space.
Lit Bar & Bistro that all the people have been waiting for, getting fame since before opening. This bar will gave you a vibe to chill and relax. A good place for spending your friday night with your friends just to sit down, chill and talk.
Established since February 2012, their aim is to nurture the local consumers into wine drinking culture with quality and affordable wines.
Being fully committed to satisfying all of their customers’ wine needs, they offer wide selection of wines from renowned wineries from all over the world, France, Italy, Spain, Chile, Argentina, South Africa, USA, Australia and New Zealand
Not having been long since it opened, Family Kyay Oh Café have impressed a lot of Kyay Oh aficionados with their healthy recipe that avoids the use of MSG in their light and savory pork/chicken broth. There are a variety of Kyay Oh available at Family; Original Kyay Oh, Kyay Oh Sichet, Kyay Oh A Sat, Kyay Oh A Sat Sichet and many more!
Well what description to make? We all know KFC. Their focus is fried chicken and with over 18,000 restaurants in 118 countries, it is one of the biggest fast food chains in the world. It will certainly become an easy drop-in point for homesick travelers and expats in need of standardized fast food.
Long-standing in Yangon’s food industry, Green Elephant remains popular for tourist groups. The restaurant offers a vast array of different dishes, and are a great introduction to Asian cuisine for those not willing to risk street food. The restaurant is pleasantly decorated; the servers are attentive and efficient. Highly recommended are their sweet desserts but bear in mind that the restaurant is quite expensive compared to many other Asian-style restaurants in Yangon.
The Melia Hotel has opened The Market, their all-day gourmet restaurant which is open to guests and non-guests alike. They serve both local and international cuisines and ingredients, suitable for day-time walk-in business as well as casual happy hours and family dining. An energetic, spirited, lively, playful, cozy and theatrical concept, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets.