The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 31 January 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Lunch and dinner all wrapped up

Phyo's take on fried mutton meatballs is a delicious, simple finger food – and anything but bland with her pomegranate dressing.

 

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A taste of Bollywood at Bawarchi

Just a few days before the New Year, the Bangkok-based Bawarchi Indian restaurant chain announced a “splendor opening” of its first outlet in Myanmar’s “most commercially major city Yangon”.

 

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East meets West fusion

Our resident culinary expert Phyo delves into fusion cuisine, looking to dishes that will satisfy both her Asian cravings and her fussy husband's Western leanings.

 

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New opening fails to raise the steaks

The newest addition to Yangon’s growing list of international restaurant chains, Tony Roma’s, is known for its “legendary” ribs and mammoth portions.

 

 

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New year, new you

Beginning the New Year with the best of intentions and a staunch resolution to 'be healthier', Phyo tries her hand at salads.

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Healthy recipes for the New Year

I am starting my 2015 column with healthy food recipes for the New Year.

 

 

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Taunggyi restaurant offers fresh and tasty Shan food

Among Shan State residents, Thibaw Ma Nan Htay restaurant comes recommended as one of the best places to eat traditional Shan food in Taunggyi.

 

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A speakeasy vibe in downtown Yangon

The Blind Tiger – the first venue to bring speakeasy-chic to Yangon – is a surprisingly edgy yet unpretentious addition to the Yangon restaurant scene.

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A tropical New Year treat

Crêpes are the perfect weekend treat: they’re easy to make, and involve a minimum amount of hassle in the kitchen. Here, Phyo shares her crêpe recipe – with a tropical twist.

 

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A summer soup for a Myanmar winter

Our resident culinary expert Phyo decides the mercury's dropped sufficiently to dabble with soups.

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