The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 17 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Street food in your kitchen

This week Phyo turns up the heat with a recipe for this street-style Indian chicken kebab, with a distinctly Myanmar twist.

 

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Comfort food in downtown haven

Newly-opened downtown Japanese restaurant Ryuta offers a simple menu best described as comfort food.

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Variety's the Spice of life

The Park Royal’s newly renovated Spice Brasserie is aiming high with its new buffet offering, and proving popular among diners.  

 

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Shakshouka puts a fresh spin on a breakfast staple

Kitchen whiz Phyo puts a local spin on shakshouka – a delicious egg breakfast popular in Northern Africa and Israel.

 

 

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Easy as a banana split

Our resident culinary expert Phyo puts a new spin on an old favourite: the humble banana.

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A Thai delight in Mandalay

Mandalay's Thai Mal Aung is well worth the effort, especially for its light lunch offerings, writes Nyein Ei Ei Htwe.

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Grilled to bits: BBQ recipes for all dietes

Our resident culinary expert Phyo with a variety of simple BBQ crowdpleasers, for carnivores and vegetarians alike.

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A Japanese oasis delights visitors to Ngwe Saung

Part of the delight of a getaway at Ngwe Saung is the opportunity to eat seafood – lots of it – at the quaint beachfront restaurants attached to many resorts.

 

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Two ways with quail

Quails are a delicious bird whichever way they are prepared: pan-fried, roasted in the oven, grilled or, as in Myanmar, deep-fried and eaten as snacks and nibbles.

 

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A taste of luxury at Kobe-Ya Japanese Restaurant

When it comes to Japanese steak and BBQ, Kobe-Ya Japanese Restaurant is in a league of its own.

 

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