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Feast like a King: Super Sunday Brunch at Melia Yangon

Sunday Brunch at Melia Yangon sounds no stranger to Yangonites. The signature restaurant, The Market’s rich buffet – ranging from western-style BBQ and seafood to Asian dim sum and sushi – is...

Special dinner at the Strand is bound to take your taste buds to southern...

Those in the know say that the sun-soaked Occitanie region of southern France is a hidden jewel, with perfect wine-producing terroirs and famous gastronomic specialties from land and sea. For three nights...

The Able: Serving with hearts

Nowadays, Yangon’s café scene is growing fast and standing out from the crowd is not exactly a piece of cake. Nevertheless, the latest contender to the fierce competition is The Able Café,...

New Openings for August 2019

The August update on new openings of restaurants and cafes in Yangon. Check them out and share your feedback! TEA Bar
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Japanese delight at Ember

Ember is more of a restaurant than a bar. It offers a rich selection of don, Japanese rice bowl dishes, with various appetizers and salads. The drinks menu spans from fruit juices,...

Café Maymyo: from Seed to Cup with Love

‘I love coffee and I love my hometown’ says Ye Naing, the founder of Cafe Maymyo. His face lights up when discussing anything related to coffee or to Pyin Oo Lwin and...

Tom N Toms Coffee: Cozy vibe, subpar service

“Tom N Toms. Our first thought was "it must be a small cafe". Boy were we proven wrong. What It Is: Tom N Toms, originally...

Le Planteur joins the Sunday Brunch clash

Most of you’d think about Sunday brunch, more or less, at Yangon’s five-star hotels. But, in reverse, what about a grandeur restaurant by the Inya lake hidden inside from the hustle city. 

The Newsroom: Yangon’s little England pairs regional cuisines with European

The Newsroom Café and Deli, is the resident cafe, and delicatessen of The Yangon Excelsior.  It wasn’t apparent that a five-star hotel was hidden in the narrow Bo Soon...
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Cooking a Teppanyaki – Cho Japanese Dining & Bar

Teppanyaki is a Japanese cuisine derived from teppan, which is the metal plate and yaki, means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried. Check out how this chef at Cho Japanese Dining & Bar cooks...