999 Shan Noodle Shop

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 7 reviews )

130 B 34th St, Yangon, Myanmar

Serves meat, vegan options available. Typical Shan noodle shop. The noodle dishes can be made vegan and staff speaks English. Also offer fresh juices. An opportunity for veg*ns to try these typical dishes. Open Mon-Sun 6:00am-7:00pm.

Categories: Myanmar, Non-veg

7 Reviews

First Review by Plantpower

delicious Burmese food - Edit

You can get a main for 1900 kyats. I tried the noodle “salad” (with sticky noodles and veggies) because I wasn’t so sure about the broth of the other dishes and it was seriously good. The staff is super friendly and they know exactly what’s vegan or not. You get free tea.
I’ll come again!

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Delicious and inexpensive! - Edit

This was the first place we visited for food after arriving in Yangon - we located it easily (there are two on the same street? I believe they’re the same business. We went to the smaller of the two) Our hostel had been kind enough to write us some text explaining our diets and they understood (though did make a few jokes about it being chicken...) I had the noodles and my partner had the Shan tofu soup! Both delicious. We spent 6000K - basically $6.00AU - on an entree, two mains and two cokes! We got free tea and soup too! Definitely worth a visit.

Pros: friendly staff, lots of options for vegetarians (and vegans I’d im

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Poor Food - Edit

we came here because of tripadvisor but the food wasnt good at all. the fried tofu was only Oil - i couldnt find the Tofu. the soup wasnt special. there are only Tourists no Local People and there is a fee you have to Pay for which is not noted on the Card. you get fast food there and Please leave soon because they Need your table for the Next ones.

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nah - Edit

staff (a juvenile boy) didn't understand when I asked for a vegan version, he said the dish was vegan but asked me if I wanted pork or chicken afterwards... the dressing tasted a lot like honey and after reading the other reviews on here the noodles probably weren't vegan too. meals look pretty small but are filling if you're not that hungry. meals are pretty cheap but notice that they charge you 165 kyad as a service fee and that you basically loose 95 kyad every time because they don't have notes smaller than 100.
will not go here again.

Pros: kinda tasty (except for the free soup)

Cons: staff didn't understand what vegan means - food no, cross contamination , service fee

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dgravity 13 May 2017 - Agree with the cross contamination, and the waiter did serve me a complimentary chicken soup despite me saying that I was vegan.

The service fee is actually a government fee so it's not something they can do much about. Also, I think most foreigners can do without the 0.07$ (95K) they don't give back :)

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All right - Edit

Simple shop. Tasty food, nice to be able to try veggie versions. English speaking staff. Not extraordinary, but definately a good enough option.

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Should be 5 stars! - Edit

Absolutely delicious soups and salads! Great place to try a different kind of cuisine safe in the knowledge that it is vegan friendly. Whilst I was there all the staff spoke great English and understood vegan straight away. Unfortunately they didn't have vegetarian wontons but the Shan noodle soup and salad I had more than made up for it! Had great flavour and very filling, priced at 1200 kyat. Cute little restaurant with well appreciated aircon!

Pros: vegan adaptable dishes (delicious), well spoken English , aircon!!

Cons: no wontons

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Easy to order vegan, yummy too - Edit

The lady at the register understood right away that I was after vegan food and told me all the options I had (different noodle types for the soups). The soup was good. Unfortunately I didn't try any of the vegan extras.

Pros: easy

Cons: mainly serves meat

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