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.
The Irrawaddy talks to the Mekong Institute’s Dwight Jason Ronan, Myanmar country coordinator, about food safety at home and in neighboring countries.
Bart is a cool, laid back downtown bar with a wide ranging food and drink menu sure to satisfy the lunchtime worker and the nighttime bar fly alike.
It is the third location since first opening in 2013 for the popular eatery, known for its classic Shan cuisine made of fresh ingredients and served fine-dining style.
Magazine launches, wine tastings and Yangon’s first-ever Spanish film festival make this a particularly good week to go out and enjoy the city. Just bring an umbrella.
Chef Ko Padang Laroi has added two combination meals to the menu at this award-winning ethnic eatery in Kamayut Township.
Event aims to promote attractions and facilities that will encourage travelers visiting Myanmar to spend more time in the commercial capital.
Enjoy aromatic Indian curries and especially tender marinated meats at Novotel’s the Square Restaurant until June 30.
The diverse and rich flavors of the Philippines are available as an all-you-can-eat buffet for one week only at Sule Shangri-La Yangon.
Some occasions call for something special. If you’re looking for a dining experience that’s a cut above, The Irrawaddy recommends the following distinctive restaurants in Yango
Starting from humble beginnings, Ko Puia has served drinks in Abu Dhabi and Singapore and toured an American whisky producer. Now he runs the bar at Gekko Yangon.
This weekend in Yangon, there’s plenty of art to be seen as well as an artisan workshop, a robotics competition and a Fab club night for the LGBT crows and friends.