Note: The Myanmar Times reviews restaurants anonymously and pays for meals.

Savouring authentic Indian breakfast at The Marina

The first thing that pops into my mind every morning is “what’s for breakfast?”.

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Myanmar weighs in on booming online food shops

Myanmar's online food shops have become very popular among the country’s millions of Internet users, giving restaurants and street food shops a run for their money.

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Myanmar’s first Doggy Café

Having my own pet has been a dream of mine, ever since the day I started loving dogs but I never got the chance to have a furry, four-legged companion because my parents don’t love dogs. Actually, they don’t want any pets in their house. If I – by some miracle – could have a dog, my parents would not take care of it when I’m not home.

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Prome City Restaurant

Yay –or Prome City – once existed as a city with a king-and-throne monarchy. One of Myanmar’s many old capitals, Pyay (pronounced ‘Pyee’ and known during colonial times as ‘Prome’) is a quiet, stupa-studded Irrawaddy riverside town, around 290 kilometres north of Yangon – roughly six hours from Yangon.

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Italian fare, Sanchaung style

Myanmar in April may not seem like the ideal time for a big, hearty Italian lunch.

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A Bagan bargain

It's almost impossible to say just how many temples there are in Bagan.

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Top food on bottom floor

Malls, Malls, Malls.

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A trip to Hokkaido

Where are the best sashimi and sushi in Yangon? It’s a question that our readers (and this reporter) have asked many times.

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Yangon’s best curry?

At least once a week I find myself wanting a taste of home.

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A bit of la dolce vita

It’s almost impossibile to find good, home-style Italian food in Yangon.


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