To cater to the many people who are choosing to self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak, a number of Yangon eateries are providing food delivery services.
Parami Pizza Downtown is serving up a storm on Strand Road with authentic Italian dishes and an intoxicating range of drinks.
The Italian Embassy throws its second Italian Food Festival on Feb. 23 with fine food and wine as well as activities including chances to make your own pizza and mozzarella.
Tha Gyi Thamee, a restaurant opened last year in Yangon, serves simple, home-style cuisine from Upper Myanmar’s ah nyar region and offers unique, sustainable to-go boxes.
The Sedona Hotel Yangon, in cooperation with the US Embassy, is hosting two weeks of buffets showcasing high-quality food and wine from the US.
Myanmar and foreign residents of Yangon are discovering the authentic flavors on offer at Jana Mon, an excellent Mon cuisine restaurant hidden away near Shwedagon Pagoda.
James Cheese Back Ribs, the South Korean chain known for its pork ribs and mozzarella combination, has opened its first outlet in Yangon.
Gekko Yangon’s Ko Lal Muan Puia has been selected to represent Asia Pacific in a global cocktail competition after devising a creamy, banana-based drink.
The Vista Do Rio restaurant in Yangon is hosting its traditional Kayan festival for a third year, bringing the community’s unique alcohol to the city.
Sampan’s Supper Club brings together dishes by several of Yangon’s best ethnic restaurants and serves them up in one delicious—and educational—multi-course meal.
Chef Lluis Cantons Pesarrodona has designed an updated menu for the popular Olea Mediterranean Restaurant in Myanmar’s largest city.
Yangon sees the return of the Port Autonomy with its refreshing selection of fruity cocktails, succulent dishes and unusual, nautically themed decor.
From a crispy-fried lobster and mushroom ravioli appetizer to a fresh take on pho, this Vietnamese restaurant in the Melia Hotel satisfies from start to finish.
New curry spot Ngapichat offers authentic, home-cooked Myanmar dishes without all the oil, served in a clean, air-conditioned space to local and foreigner alike.
If you’re in Myanmar’s commercial capital this mid-autumn but craving a festive Chinese treat, you’re in luck. The Sedona Hotel offers nine flavors of Chinese mooncake.