Mañana: ‘Tailored to deliver a speedy business lunch’

Mexican restaurants sprung up across the city a few years ago but have since been in dire decline with both Gringo Chilangos and Tin...

Bodhi Nava review: ‘Fresh, healthy yet punchy fusion fare’

Yangon needs more restaurants like Bodhi Nava. From the team behind Green Gallery, this light and airy café meets restaurant meets guesthouse serves up...

Le Bis-Tro-Ke review: ‘Like going for dinner at a friend’s house’

Although Le Bis-Tro-Ke is well known by Yangon foodies it perhaps has slipped under the radar of many people. For a long time it...

Toast & Melt review: Good ingredients but left me wanting

Toast & Melt opened a few weeks ago on Bo Yar Nyunt Street and serves a variety of reasonably-priced toasted sandwiches. The casual little...

Root review: ‘Wa food that will excite even the most seasoned...

Each time I go to dine at Root I tend to stagger out, often hours later, feeling a little bewildered, wondering how much of...

Escaping upwards at Pan Pacific

Rising above its surroundings, Pan Pacific Yangon offers an impressive level of luxury in the city, as Duncan Hines found on a recent stay....

Yhet’s Sushi and Soba review: ‘Quietly serving some of Yangon’s best...

Hidden in an unassuming corner of the famous Lokanat Building is Yhet’s Sushi and Soba. This refined little eatery is quietly serving up some...

Mu Ai Kachin Food: ‘Every dish is a wonderful combination of...

Mu Ai Kachin food restaurant is hidden away on a small side street just off Hledan Road opposite the Hledan Center. The restaurant is...

Babett review: Does this bar on the edge of downtown live...

Babett was the hottest new bar in town when it opened last year. A few months later, I was tasked with finding out whether...

Cyclo review: ‘Do-it-yourself beef spring rolls’

Words and photos by Edward Sailland. Ultimately, a good or bad restaurant review boils down to whether or not I can recommend people make the...
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