Aung Thukha is an excellent place to sample a range of Myanmar food: from rich, meaty curries to light, freshly made salads. The flavours are more subtle here than elsewhere, emphasising herbs rather than oil and spice. It is almost always busy, but manages to maintain a gentle, friendly service and a palpable old-school atmosphere, making the experience akin to eating at someone’s home.
This longstanding institution is a great place to sample a wide range of Myanmar food – everything from rich, meaty curries to light, freshly made salads. The flavours are more subtle here than elsewhere, emphasising herbs rather than oil and spice. It’s almost constantly busy, but manages to maintain gentle, friendly service and a palpable old-school atmosphere, making the experience akin to eating at someone’s home.
The exotics flavors, aromatic essences and abundant texture made them believe that their desire in food is indulge by Authentic Thai Cuisines. Whether chili-hot or comparatively bland, harmony is the guiding principle behind each dish, essentially a marriage of centuries-old Eastern and Western influences harmoniously combined into something uniquely. They have a simple goal – they do love to own a restaurant with the best food and service from the bottom of their heart.
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. Since their debut in 1994, 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. Their menu features Japanese offerings and innovative dishes illustrating the emerging influence of Asia on modern Japanese cuisine. A revolving selection of appetizer, dinner, sushi specials guarantee a new experience with each visit to our restaurant outlets. More than often, seasonal themes sprung up to unleash the inquisitive mind of their customers with the likes of Hokkaido’s promotion and more that has yet to come following the changes accordingly to Japan’s season, Salmon harvesting season, Autumn’s special the coldest season, Aburi Spring season special, etc. With also the modest and unassuming homegrown Japanese Kaiten (conveyor belt) chain, it is by no revelation that we conform to an open-kitchen concept that allows their patrons the prerogative to relish the mouth-watering savories amidst the gazing of the culinary skills of the restaurants’ chefs.
Originally from Singapore, The Sushi Bar has been loved by a lot of Japanese food lovers for its high quality sushi, sashimi and various Japanese cuisines. It made its first step to Yangon at Sule Square in 2017 and now it has relocated to Dhammazedi Road. So, stay tuned to taste delicious and authentic Japanese foods in Yangon!
A popular bar and restaurant amongst locals and expats. Located at the corner of Inya Road, next to MOJO and TORI, facing Savoy Hotel. Good for having outdoor casual drinks and food. Serves Asian and seafood.
The Kipling’s Restaurant and its outdoor terrace offer a fusion of Asian and Western cuisine where traditional recipes and secrets combine to create mouthwatering dishes, all of this whilst enjoying a splendid view of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda.
The open air dining terrace in the Kipling’s is overlooking the pool. Thier Chef looks forward to enticing you with his culinary treats whilst enjoying the romantic ambiance.
The Bistrot offers traditional European bistro dishes as well as international bistro dishes made from predominantly local ingredients and offers a great selection of wines to compliment the food. Located right by the pool guests have the chance to dine inside or out on the pool deck whilst enjoying the tranquility of the oasis like atmosphere the pool courtyard offers.
Famous throughout Yangon not only for its cocktails and snacks but also for its weekly live music and live sports events on a wide screen television. The Captain’s Bar is the perfect place to relax and unwind or exchange your impressions of the day with friends and business partners in an informal atmosphere.
Do you remember Rice & Noodle from Nawaday Street? Yes, they changes to a new location, Inya Road with a new menu and food. Now they have multi cuisines, including Thai.
Le Bistrot offers traditional French bistro made from predominantly local ingredients along with a great selection of wines to compliment the food. Guests are welcome to dine inside or outside on the pool deck.
Sharky’s is an institution. With ‘Food and Passion’ as their tagline, Sharky’s has won the hearts and stomachs of Yangon’s dwellers with its slow-cooked treats. Passionate about making their ingredients in-house, owner Ye Htut Win is always willing to share his experience about the food that is grown and prepared in country.
A coffee house in the central part of Yangon, located beside the book store. So you can grab some books and relax your time while you are reading. Also a good place to talk with friends.