The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 30 October 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

A grown-up way to eat hot dogs

My husband John recently opened a clubhouse as part of his business in rental property. So every weekend we’ve been busy hosting friends and families at the poolside as well as potential tenants who come to inspect the housing.

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No faux pho, just simple Vietnamese food prepared well

Tucked down a narrow lane and behind a multi-storey business centre, Vietnam Kitchen is a hidden gem. Since it opened about five months ago, I’d been hearing good things about its generous, delicious and inexpensive beef pho, and, as it turned out, there is much more to recommend.

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Crispy fried chicken

Phyo's simple yet delicious fried chicken is sure to be a slam-dunk with even the fussiest of eaters.

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Foodcourt Thai does the job

Pan Swel Taw Thai Express Café provides tasty and reasonably priced meals, with all the ambience a shopping mall foodcourt can muster.

 

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Crowdpleasing crêpes

A lighter and more versatile alternative to the pancake, crepes are a simple dish that are sure to impress, whether savoury or sweet.

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New bistro brings excellent fare and a touch of class to Mandalay’s dining scene

While a new bar or restaurant seems to open in Yangon every week, Mandalay’s dining scene is growing a bit slower. And sometimes the reasons are out of anyone’s control.

 

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Samba for sambal curry

An Indonesian-style chilli sauce inspires a spicy take on prawn curry while pumpkin blossoms make a pretty and edible garnish.

 

 

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The scoop: new gelato shop in town

A Singaporean chain has set up shop, serving up scoops of premium Italian gelato flavours.

 

 

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Calling in sick

Phyo with some basic recipes that draw on the dregs of her pantry, for those times where you just don't feel you can leave the house.

 

 

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Rakhine restaurant the best of coastal cuisine

Fiery, sour curries featuring coriander, lemon grass, chillies and lemon juice are the hallmark of Minn Lan Rakhine Traditional Hand-pressed Monti & Fresh Seafood Restaurant.

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