Sabai Sabai’s Inya Road branch, now located infront of Sedona hotel, continues to maintain high standards. The food is presentable, mid-market and in a western-friendly restaurant. Popular among expats and locals, it serves Thai dishes such as tom yum, tom kha and seafood.. The sunset view is remarkable.
Popular, particularly among the young local crowd, Fuji is the Yangon branch of a Thai chain of Japanese restaurants. They get rave reviews for many of their dishes, particularly the salmon. Meanwhile, the sushi and sashimi are made fresh and are a delight. The staff are friendly, efficient and attentive.
There are two wonderful things about the Yangon Bakehouse. The first is that they are a social enterprise that train and educate disadvantaged women, the second is their fantastic food. There’s a terrific variety of baked goods; all made to quite wonderful standards.
ASAGIRI Sausage & Restaurant , located in the central city of Yangon Myanmar. Various kinds of sausages, steak, pasta and iron plate cuisine are available there. They do not use any artificial preservatives in the ham and sausages homemade. Beer, wine and served the sausage freshly in store.
Han Kook Kwan distinguishes itself from other Korea restaurants with a different outdoor concept- Korean barbecue in Tiki huts. Those sitting outside are treated to the sight of cooks doing their work. Various meats come with assorted kimchi sides and are served as soon as they are grilled.
Phoenix Court Chinese restaurant offers fine dining in Yangon with a traditional Chinese feel in a contemporary ambience. Unlimited Dim Sum is the special feature for daily lunch and the ever-popular All You Can Eat Buffet is a daily dinner feature. We have an expatriate Chinese Dim Sum Chef. Diners can select their choice from tanks displaying live seafood as well as order from the extensive menu.
This Shan restaurant specialises in dishes from the Inle Lake area. The Inthar people eat to suit the weather and geographical location, which means a lot of fish and turmeric that is said to help fight off malaria and fever. Recommended dishes include the traditional morning snack “hin htote” – steamed rice poweder with onion leaves, and flavoured with ju myit (an edible root) and fried garlic.