The recently opened 96 Bistro is an enjoyable, little eatery serving Malaysian cuisine orbited by some international dishes.

Vintage Malaysian noodle dish char kway teow (3,900 kyats) includes chicken or prawns and an extremely hot kick, although the chicken satay is well worth trying--particularly today, since the purchase price is briefly down from 4,500 kyats into 2,250 kyats.

The cafe also serves Japanese Steak (sabas), a few Japanese dishes and desserts. Thai teas, coffee, and beers are reasonably priced.

As an introductory advertising, Bistro 96 (the next'96' branch in Yangon after 96 Cafe) is offering 20% off food, buy two get one free on Hoegaarden beer and buy three get one free on draught beer before the end of October.