Delightful deli with locally grown artisan food
Gourmand’s one-stop shop
Downstairs from Rangoon Tea House, Sharky’s is the go-to-place for soft mozzarella cheese, fresh yoghurt, dry-aged beef, homemade bread and the best pizzas in town. It may not be traditional Myanmar cuisine, but it’s very good fare and supports the work of local farmers and livestock growers.
Proud local produce
The best bit is, there are no imports here. All is locally grown and sourced by Ye Htut Win, the man credited for ‘bringing slow food to Myanmar’. Living in the Swiss mountains he developed a passion for cheese and when returning to his native Myanmar after 20 years he started a humble cheese shop in his mother’s house which has slowly grown into one of the go-to destinations in Myanmar’s food scene.
Sharky’s is all about sharing. So bring lots of friends and indulge in thin crusted anchovies pizza, pumpkin and goat’s cheese salads and the sumptuous dips. And don’t miss the gelato. Sharky's is the only certified gelato maker in Myanmar!