Established in 2014, “TSUKUMO” a bakery which produce various kinds of bread with Myanmar ingredients. They are ingredients flour, water, brown sugar, yeast and salt. Uses butter only, no margarine or shortening. Our products have no additives, no preservatives. The famous items are Sourdough, Bagel, Whole wheat bread, An-pan, Cream-pan, Meron-pan and more! Healthy choices, including several vegetarian or vegan options, are available as well.
Are you in search of your favourite restaurants in one place? Super Container Park offers a wide collection of Thai, Western, Halal, Japanese food and drinks such as Bubble Tea, Fresh Juices and many more to spend your time with your friends or family. As its name says, the colorful container shops make the place an instagrammable place.
Sushi Tei – Where pristine culinary skills and incisive expertise with an innate appreciation of nature come together to inspire and enhance the experience of true Japanese dining. They have combined the best that the expansive Japanese cuisine has to offer, marrying the intricacies of sashimi to the theatrical flair of teppanyaki with an innate intuition of local tastes to forge an inimitable identity of their own. Sushi Tei is no ordinaire dining restaurant, notably they believe in providing an ethereal with an alluring ambience more than a dining experience just for you by setting theirselves apart from the norm. They present an assortment of scrumptious and creatively designed Japanese gastronomy – appealing to the delight of aficionados of Japanese cuisine.
Meat, rice and loads of pepper. The signature staple piece of world-renowned Japanese franchise Pepper Lunch. Now in Myanmar, the ‘fast-steak’ chain is now offering beef, chicken, and salmon options – which are of course available with all kinds of cheese.
Previously featured in our Ultimate Ramen Guide, Jan Jan Jan has expanded to the familiar streets of downtown. At its spacious joint at the corner of Anawrathta road and 12th street, you can enjoy its unique selection of ramen that have given it its success at it sister shop at Myanmar Plaza.
You love desserts but tired of ordinary ice-creams and cakes? Try the Japanese sweets which are mainly mochi (glutinous rice cakes) stuffed with sweetened red bean and strawberries which are the perfect match for a cup of hot matcha.
A new comer in the Yangon Japanese food scene. It boasts authentic Japanese BBQ and offers
imported Japanese beef. But more affordable local beef is also available. You can opt for pork
and chicken if you are not a fan of beef. The menu ranges from meat, guts to salads.
IROHA Japanese Dining restaurant is contributing part of the OTAGAI SAMA project where they recruit young people who are going to Japan to let them experience the Japanese culture and shape them into valuable human resources for the Japanese community. Therefore, every staffs in IROHA except for the chefs are locals with Japanese dining etiquette of 5S by SBS Group i.e, Sort, Systematized, Sweep, Sanitize and Self-discipline. They welcome everyone to come and enjoy the dining experience and is open to any comments and recommendations about their service.
If you are thinking of trying hygienic and reasonable Japanese Food, check J’s Kitchen Japanese Cuisine & Bar. You will definitely enjoy privacy and pleasant meal time. However, there is a digital bell on every table to call the available waiting service.