If you have to live in Yangon due to your job, you could find your regional food form your hometown in Yangon. The Strength fact of Yangon is mostly regional food restaurants are situated around the city. The following lists are the regional restaurants around Yangon.
Mandalay Tea Room
This restaurant, which serves foods and snacks in the Mandalay style is always mentioned in top 100 lists of restaurants you have to visit in Yangon. The staff is polite and the place is always neat and tidy. Food options are delicious with fair prices and there’s no reason to worry about language barriers for foreigners. Open daily from 7am to 4pm.
No. 224/4, Yan Nyein 4 street, Yankin Township, Yangon. 09 423794320
Lashio Night Market
This is a food court with many shops which all are serving northern Shan, Lashio style treats. Shan traditional foods, pork sticks, barbecue meats and vegetables and noodles can be had. There is a cocktail bar and stalls can be found around the place set up like a food market for browsing. The place can be a little bit noisy as it is a hall filled with tables, but it is a community experience. Open daily from 7am to 11pm.
No. 66, Wai Zayantar Road, South Okkalapa Township, Yangon. 09 752673487
Win Win Monywa
This is a restaurant with recipes from Monywa, Sagiang Region. They have special noodle salads which differ from other shops, offering a range of noodle sizes and interesting combinations. Their restaurant now have several branches. Customers always fill the place trying to get some traditional noodle salad. Open daily from 6am to 6pm.
No. 95, West Shwegondaing Road, Bahan Township, Yangon. 09 970290611
Wine Wine Lal
Wine Wine Lal is a popular place for its curries which come from the very southern part of Myanmar. Rare seafood dishes can be found, along with other amazing snacks and curries that are truly delicious. The staff is really polite. The prices are fair, making it must-visit in Yangon for a taste of southern Myanmar. Open daily from 9am to 10pm.
No. 153/A, corner of Yeik Thar street and Waizayantar Road, Thingankyun Township, Yangon. 09 251600001
89 Mandalay Mee-Shay
Mee-Shay is a variety of noodle soup, filled with crispy pork meat, some vegetables and various flavouring ingredients all the way from Mandalay, though different towns will serve it a different style. The vibe, the food and the service are something a bit different but everyone agrees that the food is a smash hit. 89 Mandalay Mee-Shay is open only on Thursdays from 7am onward.
No. 1(8), Damaryone Street, Yankin Township, Yangon. 09 797637497
Feel night market
Feel is a number of stalls put together in one place to create a food market environment. Myanmar traditional foods, curries, snacks and fresh fruits are sold through the market as well as deserts. You can seek out many interesting foodstuffs including fried vegetables tempura and special treats among the Myanmar classics. Tables are small and it can get a bit noisy, but it is worth it to enjoy tasty food at a fair price. Open daily from 12am to 12pm.
No. 124, Pyi Htaung Su Yeikthar Road, Dagon Township, Yangon. 09 73208132
Bagan box is known for its healthy and delicious take on traditional Myanmar food. If you can’t make it to Bagan, Bagan Box might be the next best thing for you. They offer rice salads, milk, fresh vegetables salads, smoothies and curries at fair price with great taste. Open daily from 10am to 10pm.
No. 42, Makyeekyee Street, Sanchaung Township, Yangon. 09 785138955
Don’t forget these places while you are going somewhere in rush hours. And also don’t forget to order from Doemal Application if you would like to be craving something.