Now they opened their new branch at Myay Ni Gone City Mart. Here, you can create your own Mala fragrant pot. They also serve other Chinese cuisine and homemade beverages.Once you tried, They can guarantee that you will be back to The Spicy House for our signature Mala taste.
Lotteria is a very well-known fast-food chain. Many locals frequent here, and is a great alternative for those craving McDonald’s type of fastfood. Their bulgogi burger is highly recommended as well as their soft-serve ice-cream. But do not order the prawn burger…it is painly no good.
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.
If you are a noodle lover or finding a nice light place to dine, this is the best option for you to enjoy your food with your friends and beloved one. So what are you waiting for!
Ananda Coffee and Cocoa is a cafe/restaurant that offers organic Arabica coffee harvested from their own plantation near Pyin Oo Lwin in Myanmar. You can also buy whole or ground coffee beans to brew in the comfort of your home.
Old Skool Bar & Restaurant will brings you back to Yangon’s in its late 19th Century with their decoration of ancient bus, lanterns, wooden decorations and ancient Yangon’s wallpapers. The dim atmosphere will offer you and your friends to chill with your favorite drinks & meal.
A traditional Chinese style restaurant with their specialty in noodles and dumplings. The noodles are served by a human robot on display. They also have unique dishes such as abalone vermicelli, tenderized black pepper, two way noodle and dumplings as well as various types of mala spiced dishes.
Spaghetti Italian Kitchen is a place where you can taste the real Italian taste located at the hide out place of Sanchaung Township. The prices are reasonable and the staffs are friendly. The dishes are made by the well experienced chef Mr. Bon.
Popular of its freshness and quality, Sushi Mikado started from the little “Kin Sakura” to its current redesigned incarnation. A good taste, fresh ingredients, good service and friendly staff , you couldn’t expect more.
Set on the roof of the Mila Noa Hotel, this small restaurant and bar offers a very good view of the Shwedagon Pagoda as well as over the bustling city around it. They specialise in steak and other red meats, all of which are carefully sourced and perfectly cooked. They have wines to pair it with although you could also have Drought Myanmar beer or even some hard liquor if you so wish! Their baked potatoes will get you addicted and craving for more.