Singapore’s favorite Cafe – now open in Myanmar! Serving your Singapore’s famous Chicken Rice, signature Kaya Toast & Coffee! Now you can get a taste of Singapore before travelling.
999 Shan Noodle House has been serving local Shan dishes since 1978. It opened a new branch at Junction Square in June 2016 with a brand new look. The variety of noodles served here taste very different. The Shan Noodle Salad (2,000 kyats), made with rice and Shan spices, is one of the most popular dishes there.
Rotiboy is now in Yangon! The buns are bakery’s signature baked good. Their pastries are affordable and fresh. It is a no thrill place which keeps its promises and its customers happy. The usual Rotiboy experience consists of a bun or two, a hot cuppa coffee and your smartphone. They serve savoury dishes too, nice if you need something more than just a bun to keep you going.
Chewy Junior Myanmar was born on 27 March 2012 at new shopping center in Yangon called Junction Square. Chewy Junior is International franchise from Singapore and Chewy Junior Myanmar is latest addition to a member of 10 nations franchise namely Singapore, Myanmar, Korea, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Qatar & China.
We cannot say that they serve proper ice cream, since their own motto is “bye bye to the fattening ice-cream”! Frolick serves a wide range of frozen yogurts with seasonal specials.
Marrybrown Restaurant is a Malaysia based fast food chain and a growing corporation. Established in 1981, they now have over 350 outlets which now also in Myanmar, serving fried chicken, burgers, fast food, kiddy meals, finger food, desserts and beverages. It’s also such a good place to celebrate the birthday parties.
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.
It’s not surprising that Chatime is here at Myanmar. Available all around the world, 25 to be exact, Chatime is no stranger to locals. You can choose a drinks from the 70 varieties available customized to your liking. You can ask them to add different types of toppings like pudding, coconut jelly, coffee jelly, red beans, grass jelly and more! They are popular for their unique combination of drinks like lychee yoghurt jelly, oolong tea mouse and matcha red bean milk tea, among others.
DOLL RE MI, a really pink–also very sweet–twist to Julie Andrews’ hit in The Sound of Music, is a new café among many other cutesy cafes with cutesy names in Junction City. As its name suggests, there are also claw machines with many cutesy dolls ready to be plucked for yourself or maybe a significant other.
Potato Corner is a specialty french fry chain. They have various powder flavors such as cheese, bbq and sour cream, as well as many different condiments.
One of the most popular drinks in Asia now available in Myanmar. Tiger Sugar launched their first branch in Junction Square to introduce their famous Boba Milk Tea. Sweet lovers can experience so many drinks that are not only delicious but also Instagrammable.
Magic Snow is a Korean-inspired dessert and cafe. Their items on the menu are colourful, sweet, varied, and mostly covered in ice shavings or toppings which depicts the ” snow”.
Scoop’s offers low-fat gourmet ice-cream. Half the calories, high on flavour. What’s not to love?
The cafe has been around for some time now (1978!) and is famous for its desserts, so you might need to wait a little before you can get a table. The place is friendly and clean, and serves quality coffee, pastries and ice-creams. The faluda, domino and kulfi are must tries .. oh, go on, have all three!