One of the most delicious menus in the history of Yangon is being resurrected, yet again, by 50th Street Bar this weekend.
From July 14 to 16, you’ll be able to order Port Autonomy favorites such as the charred kimchi quesadilla, the King George of Cuba sandwich, and the animal style mustard burger at the Port Autonomy Pop-Up at 50th Street Bar.
In addition to Port Autonomy’s famous Korean-Mexican-Burmese dishes, there will also be three French items on the menu, in honor of France’s National Day on July 14.
Also, on Saturday night from 8:30pm to 12:30am, the people of Yangon are invited to celebrate Port Autonomy’s temporary return at a party where Fisewook will spin some chill tropical house tracks, which will lead into hip hop as booties start shaking.
50th Street Bar events manager Yan Nyein Aung gave Coconuts this explanation for why a meal at the Port Autonomy Pop-Up this weekend is not to be missed:
“Port Autonomy is likely the most beloved restaurant in Yangon, not only for its food and drink, but for its energetic and frivolous atmosphere. And if the last pop-up was anything to go by, 50th Street has been able to recapture some of that magic. And for a community that is raring for a Port Autonomy revival, this pop-up is just what is needed to tide people over until the restaurant returns in full form.”