Travel Sector Updates

A New Place to Chill in Town


A new, unique and trendy bar named ‘Babett’ opened last September 7th in the Yaw Min Gyi area. Babett is an inspired new ‘wining and dining lifestyle’ destination at the heart of Yangon’s bustling food and retail district.   Residents and foodies can relax in a sanctuary away from the stress zone, reconnect and share laughs with friends, refill with good food and explore a menu of exciting drinks at reasonable prices. Babett Eatery & Bar is a combination of popular yet delightful and cozy atmosphere. A precisely crafted fusion of indoors, outdoor, vintage and modern, they carefully collected original artwork by local artists as the final ingredient of style.

By making the most out of the open-plan interior and the outdoor pergola terrace, it brings a new feel to the customers.   “We are delighted to welcome patrons to Babett Eatery & Bar and are excited to present both our culinary approach and unique ambiance to those who crave for something different in Yangon and hope guests will enjoy the sophisticated atmosphere as much as we do,” said Sylvain Royer, R&B Lab General Manager and Chef de Cuisine.The price of a single glass of wine starts from 4,500Ks and bottles from 25,000Ks.

Lunch is an easy fix with a set menu priced at only 10,000MMK that includes a starter, main course chosen from daily fish, meat or pasta and ending with a café gourmand.Like its sister restaurants – award winning concepts Ginett Singapore and Scarlett Hong Kong & Bangkok - Babett is poised to be the perfect place for guests to update their blog over a coffee, share a craft beer, or join one of the communal tables to share a metre-long cold-cuts and cheese board while swapping tales of adventure. Babett opens daily from 7am till late and is located at No. 5 Alan Pya Pagoda St.

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Lwin Mar Htun is a Journalist who worked as Lifestyle Reporter for three years at The Myanmar Times. She has also worked as a freelancer and been a Fashion Editor. Now she has decided to learn about new places, people and cultures as a travel writer."


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