There are a number of reasons to visit this trendy, colonial-inspired establishment nestled in a leafy quarter in downtown Yangon. One is, if you're in a talky mood, to network with expats and exchange insights about Myanmar's oft-debated reform process (Is there any chance of going back to the dark days? What's in Mother Suu's mind?). Another is to watch football or rugby matches on a giant screen. Or, you can just hang out with your crew, play billiards, have a Stella.
But the one big reason to make a trip to 50th Street, a good 20 blocks east of Sule Pagoda, is the mouth-watering, cheesy thin crust pizzas. The wait is more than 30 minutes, but the pies, served on thick wooden plates that resemble mini platforms -- are divine.
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