Coffee is available in every nook and corner of Myanmar. It is a place where street cards are always serving coffee. Enjoying the street food made available by the roadside Burmese cafes or dining in the small restaurants along with all-time famous powdered coffee will make a day worth memorable. Such charming dining does not cost too much and is affordable by all. However modern and best quality brews making café are quite different in their working and are also great places for visiting.
This place is in the middle of the city where there are hundreds of vehicles passing through the busy streets at the very moment. An easy café is a vibrant place where they serve fresh food. They roast their coffee beans on their own and mix it well to serve the best-blended coffee. Their warm pastries are also amazing and the jazz music played is a treat to the ears.
They serve Aussie-style coffee; hence it has flat whites and long blacks. The hand brewed delicious tasting black coffee is brought from Ethiopa and Kenya. They also offer varied Southeast Asian food, for example, Devil’s curry and Thai Basil chicken. The café opens right at 8 AM and closes at 8 PM. The café is located in Yangon at 30 A Street of Bo Yar Nyunt.
This café is addressed at 77 to 79 Pansodan Street in Yangon. The shop is open from 8 in the morning to 10 in the evening from Sunday to Thursday and 8 AM to 12 AM on Fridays and Saturdays as the customer inflow is more on weekends. This is technically a tea house that serves quality coffee and other grubs of a café. It got its inspiration from tea culture that had been famous in Myanmar for hundreds of years. The menu contains several beverages of traditional Burmese tea. They serve it according to the choice of the customer for example with sweetened milk. Their menu is quite long and contains modern day dishes like tea leaf salad, samosa, noodle salads, and steamed bun. This has the look of the colonial times tea halls of Yangon but is very much slicker than those.
This can be called as one of the best-designed cafés in Myanmar. It has a wide variation in its menu. Some of their popular dishes are laksa, Kaya toast and half-boiled eggs mixed with soya sauce. This menu is one of the favorites of visitors from Singapore as this food reminds them of their home food. However, coffee is not served in Kopi which is a traditional serving style of the state; rather it is done in the Italian style. It is situated in 33 Street named Nawaday in Yangon.
There are two floors in the café with single and communal tables. Craft offers free Wi-Fi to their customers, and the speed is high; hence people are seen sitting with their laptops. One can even find normal café food like eggs and burgers in this café.
This place is located at Bogyoke Road at Yangon at the FMI Centre. It opens at sharp 8 AM and closes at around 9 PM. It serves amazing quality coffee, pastries, Dutch beer and other snacks like stroopwafels, baguettes, paninis, etc. The layout and design of the café are contemporary and at the same time stylish. This is present just beside the market of Bogyoke. This place offers relief from the chaotic and noisy neighborhood. The prices for some items are a bit high, but the taste and quality of the food make up for the high price.
The coffee here is decent and is located near the street 18A-1 Bo Yar Nyunt. This café opens quite early at half past 7 and closes later than many other cafés at around 10 PM. One can relax here for a few hours at a reasonable cost as the coffee and snacks are not at all overrated. There are European and Thai dishes available along with several local dishes. The bill includes the taxes charged by the government, and hence no extra charge is taken from the customer. This is one of the best pocket-friendly cafés in Myanmar.
One who is planning to visit Myanmar for business or just for tourism purpose must try out some of the above-listed cafes. Myanmar is known for its finest quality coffee and consuming it will make one feel refreshed and energetic. There are different types of café like root top ones, a bit less expensive cafes, posh cafes, late-night cafes and many more. Some of them are famous for coffee while others for serving famous foods from various places across the world.