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Being creatures of habit sometimes may mean that we do not notice the other places that may (or not) be worth our time. We checked them out and we write about it. It could be something for you. You never know.

Port Autonomy: Craving(s) Satisfied

Port Autonomy, the fusion-food baby of 57Below and Pun+ Projects now claims to be a part of Yangon’s culinary sequence after all its reincarnation. Located just next to the red cross building...

James Cheese: A cheesy experience bad for your wallet

You’ve been saving for a while, and you want to spend BIG. Worry not, a new spot in town, Jame Cheese on Sayar San Road is the first branch in Yangon, coming...

The Radio Bar: Great cocktails and good music

Yangon has seen many differently themed bars over the years. Some quietly disappears without a mark while others thrive. Radio Bar as appeared as the most talked-about drink spots in Yankin township...

STEAK on the Street: Reasonably priced and yummy food

Maybe you have heard of Steak On The Street but not their story. Initiated at the pavement on the street of Golden Valley, STOS was funded upon 20 lakhs-business at the beginning...

Ned Kelly: Mandalay’s first Irish Pub

Fish and chips. Peanut butter and jelly. Wine and cheese. Some combinations were just meant to be: individual ingredients that are solid on their own but are so much better when combined.

NooDi: Yangon’s favorite sticky noodle place

Noodle with starch gravy is not as popular as Kyay Oh or Mohinga in Myanmar since it is rarely seen in some of Yangon restaurants. Which is more or less the same...

The Three Men She Loves expects a good kind of Myanmar women

The Three Men, She Loves, directed by Maung Myo Min has an A-list cast and a woman protagonist, a rarity in Myanmar films. Although the English subtitles has wrong spellings and vague...

Rangoon Boutique Cafe review: A Korean influence in Sanchaung street

Sanchaung street is well known for its famous beer stations, bars, Chinese restaurants, street vendors and fashion houses. Thus it became a crowded street at night where Yangonites go out for a...

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...

Chinatown 125 Cafe review: A peek at the Beijing coffee scene

There’s something courageous about opening a small restaurant in Yangon in current times, when even some of the biggest names in the culinary scene are struggling to fill chairs. But while fine-dining...