The Myanmar Times
Friday, 25 July 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Smokin' snakes

Our resident culinary expert Phyo with another tried and tested stovetop smoker recipe, this time featuring nga yant (snakehead fish).

 

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Join the queue: authentic Myanmar eatery

Located on the ground floor of a narrow building near Maha Bandoola Road, Shwe Myanmar restaurant is among the most popular in the downtown area. 

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Splitting the bill: Tea-smoked duck

Making tea-smoked duck is simpler than one may first think. With a little effort, restaurant-worthy Asian fusion is within reach.

 

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Positive results from The Lab

With a glassed front revealing a chic interior of brick walls, bar stools and lamplight, The Lab is a cosy joint set against the weathered backdrop of Schwegondaing Road.

 

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A taste of tapas

Conjure the flavours of the Mediterranean with Phyo's simple recipes for sausages and bean tapas-style dishes.

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Fish ’n’ kitsch comes to town

The recently opened Manhattan Fish Market is a franchise affair where the dishes lack panache and booze is notably absent from the menu, writes Whitney Light.

 

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Slow boil: downtown cafe wins points for DIY approach to coffee

Black Sky Café & Bakery's coffee is an experience in itself, concocted in a nest of glass flasks that would be at home in a laboratory.

 

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From Italy, with love

Simple, quick and filling, Phyo's pasta recipe is a treat for a rainy day -- which are not in short supply in Myanmar. 

 

 

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Dinner in a flash: grilled chicken and summery salad

Photo: PhyoPhoto: PhyoLight, zesty and time-efficient, Phyo's recipes for herb and lime grilled chicken  and Italian rice salad are the perfect mid-week solution.

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A local diner keeps it simple

Tamwe diner Mr Chef doesn't pull any punches, serving up solid regional dishes and a vast selection of refreshing drinks.

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