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Wai Wai’s Noodle downtown: A place of Northern Shan vibes

Wai Wai needs no introduction to people live in Sanchaung and its surrounding areas. Opened together with a hostel six years ago, Wai Wai had its own customers and fellow vegetarians gathered...

Yokozuna: Underrated yet comfortable and big plates

“Irasshaimase!” Something that we hear as we enter Yokozuna Yangon Japanese noodles (Ramen) shop or any other Japanese restaurant in town. According to sumo culture, yokozuna is the highest rank you can...

Soi 46: A place where you can relax in downtown hustle

What is it A hidden gem in Botataung that’s excellent value for money. Soi 46 stands out with a Thailand style foot massage in a relaxing, clean environment. The interior design is...

Northlander Restaurant & Bar review: Average yet pricey food

Hunting a good meal after work is always a hustle in downtown Yangon, where there are plenty of options but not much new and - most importantly - good. During a recent...

Updated 2019: Airport-downtown shuttle bus service

Anybody yearning for a bus option close to Yangon Airport will welcome the news that a YBS (Yangon Bus Service) station has opened right outside the airport. The bus is colored red and white...

Indian Tadka Downtown review: ‘Perfect place for a night of Indian fare’

I don’t like to see independent restaurants replaced by big chains. But, in the case of Indian Tadka supplanting India Kitchen on Mahabandua Road, at least the takeover has yielded a better dining experience...

New kebab house opens in downtown Yangon

Olive Kabab House is the type of place where you will realize how much you have missed gorging yourself on kebab, and how those days are over now. The family-run joint dishes out several varieties...

KLOUD: Workspace of the future

KLOUD Junction City Tower is an ultra chic serviced co-office centre in the heart of downtown Yangon that leverages the latest technology and caters to companies looking for flexible space solutions while also providing...

Marco’s Cellar review: ‘Go for the wine, stay for the food’

I had been bemoaning the lack of a decent wine bar in downtown Yangon over the last year, so was thrilled to see Marco’s Cellar open in a heritage building on Merchant Road a...

Mixologist column: What a difference a year makes

For me, May 1 marks my first year in Yangon: one year working with the team at 57Below, one year overseeing the bar programs at Union, Gekko, and Parami, one year growing and learning...