Yangon's booming food arena offers something for each form of palate and price range. Conventional tastes from around Myanmar combined with global fusion and cuisine waft throughout the streets. Below are a few of the tastiest restaurants that you want to try when seeing Myanmar's foodie funding .


Rangoon Tea House takes Burmese food to new heights. It is tasty, reasonably priced, and the layout is tasteful chic. This recently remodeled and enlarged restaurant includes the stylish, bright downstairs plus a speakeasy-style upstairs with cushy seats and cocktail bar.
Rangoon Tea House is a enormous favorite because of its true Burmese food with a contemporary twist. Sink into a gorgeous bowl of mohinga, Myanmar's national dish, or even the chicken biryani, and get prepared to be amazed with the amount of classic tea concoctions which can be found on the menu too.


The Sharky's notion is farm . Virtually all the food served in Sharky's two restaurants at Yangon and hottest one in Bagan comes in their own farms with little to no waste at the procedure. This popular institution is based upon over two decades of enthusiasm about locally sourced produce.
Sharky's on Pansodan Street in Yangon concentrates on ideal steaks, in addition to grilled and rotisserie meats. The initial branch situated on Dhammazedi Road contains large deli on the ground floor featuring countless made-in-Myanmar products, such as many hard to come from artisan goods like cheese, hummus and sausages. Definitely go for among Sharky's stunningly refreshing salads, a beef or even the charcuterie platter.


Arguably the very best Shan noodles out Shan State, 999 Shan Noodle Shop is a favorite Yangon joint for fast, tasty and affordable noodles. There are currently three 999 Shan Noodle Shops from town giving tourists and residents more access to exceptionally sought-after Shan cuisine. The main store is on 34th Street.
999 Shan Noodle Shop is also famous for much more its fried tofu, tofu salad, dumplings, rice dishes, in addition to a variety of other noodle dishes. Whether to the run or tucking into some tiny dishes together with friends, this area is a basic for easy traditional Burmese meals.


Amid the pricey resorts, chaotic traffic, and rowdy coffee shops, finding a relaxing and well-established restaurant at Yangon can be quite hard sometimes. Luckily, there is Green Gallery -- a rather modest space frequently stuffed to the brim with Thai meals fans.
Serving up cheap, tantalizing curries and cakes, Green Gallery hits the spot every time. Among Green Gallery's specialties is hosting occasions. If a personal all-you-can-eat-and-drink celebration is wanted, speak to this comfy corner of Yangon for a celebration to remember.


Looking to pair a night with an art gallery and space to poetry slams, lecture series and documentary screenings with real snacks of Myanmar? Pansuriya has discovered its own place on Yangon's plate for a curator of artistic events which draw audiences who return to enjoy unique parties alongside mouth-watering Burmese curries, conventional cakes such as tea leaf and tomato, and assorted desserts and juices.


Rau Răm is a quaintly trendy restaurant which dishes up Asian-fusion deliciousness -- a mixture of Thai, Vietnamese and Southeast Asian influences. Menu choices include lemongrass buttermilk fried chicken and pork belly sliders. It is tough to come across such advanced fare in Yangon.
The air here is comfortable with dim light and striking walls. Additionally, the support is always on stage. Do not miss a chance to spice up things a little (or a lot) -- attempt the Phở Real hot cocktail.


A well-known place with a sports-pub vibe, 50th Street Bar and Grill brings individuals together. Not a lot of places in Yangon appeal to the foreigner audience quite like this pub, with big displays, regular comedy nights and group amusing.
Pick from 50th Street's upgraded menu featuring yummy freshness including broiled mushroom and kale quesadillas, hand-cut Australian sirloin beef tartare, saliva-inducing hamburgers and additional classic, global favorites. It is always a fantastic time in 50th Street.


Feel is a massive chain around Myanmar providing comfortable Burmese street food at a more comfy restaurant setting. The menu at every Sense place involves a huge range of Myanmar's fave national dishes, in addition to tastes from different nations like Thailand, Korea and China.
Stop by Sense in Dagon Township, Yangon (Restaurant 8), to delight in a large smattering of Myanmar meals along with all the fixings at 1 area. Lunchtime will be quite crowded.


Root has planted some yummy cultural origins in Yangon. Opened just over a year ago by two sisters out of Myanmar's Wa State particular region in Northern Shan State, this restaurant and pub is the sole place devoted to new Wa food and beverages in Yangon. Root also hosts house music on select nights. Stop by to view, hear and taste what the hype is about.


Located in the center of the up-and-coming Sanchaung area, Win Starbeer and restaurant channel provides the exact same bustling neighborhood atmosphere as 19th Street near Chinatown in downtown Yangon does -- just Win Star includes a roof.
The broiled potatoes, quail eggs, fish, corn and several different varieties of vegetables and meat are essential. Basically, just eat and grill everything. And wash it all down with a glass of crispy Myanmar beer, obviously.