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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.

The Heaven Bistro: a sublime experience that delivers

From the start, The Heaven Bistro sets up a high standard for itself. Calling a place heavenmeans customers expect an angelic experience full of bliss. Luckily this bistro, while notserving actual manna,...

A visual feast at Gallery 65’s latest show

Today, the beautiful Gallery 65 opened its doors to invite art lovers and collectors, everyone to feast their eyes – or maybe cop a few pieces – on a collection of paintings...

ဗလာအလြတ္ (Ba Lah Ah Lut) – Fundamentals of Myanmar AbEx

An AbEx artist through and through, Soe Naing uses both oil and acrylic, to present ဗလာအလြတ္ or “Nothing but Blank.” This exhibition is, as Soe Naing tells me, something he always wanted...

EXIT: The survival of an underdog

Korean wave—the worldwide spread of South Korea's culture, entertainment, music, TV dramas and movies, is inevitable on this day. A cornucopia of K Pop Music and K Dramas has become a daily...

08:06:06 – The Rising of Six

No pretentious allegories, no secretive bigger picture; this is 08:06:06 by 6 different artists, for the 3rd time, on the 8th month of the year. The six artists involved are Ang Banang,...

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...

[Review] MICRO: Mainstream Punk Rock to Pretentious Art Flop

In my opinion, art is made so that humans can openly express themselves or portray feelings of anguish, despair, joy, sadness, or even plain crazy through a story, poem, or a painting....

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...

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...

Nga Pichat: Something’s fishy—in a good way!

Days after its opening, we went to Nga Pichat—where they cook with nga pi (fish paste) galore. The English has Black Pudding, the French has Escargot, the Scottish has...