The Myanmar Times
Friday, 24 October 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

All’s Phayre on Pansodan Street: A charming new restaurant and bar comes downtown

As the front page of the menus at Phayre’s Gastronomy explain, the new restaurant takes its name from Arthur Purves Phayre, a the first Commissioner of British Burma who at one time had the street we now know as Pansodan Road named after him.

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Flash in the pan Quick veggie meals for lent

This week, Chinese cuisine inspires hearty vegetarian dishes.

 

 

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Outposts of the (ever-expanding) empire: Parami Pizza open for business

Parami pizza, the latest offering from the Union-Gekko hospitality juggernaut, provides a family-friendly venue poised to cater to the apparently booming expat population out toward 8 Mile.

 

 

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Herbal essences: Hearty Italian roasts

Our resident culinary expert Phyo with a hearty Italian dish that can be whipped up with locally-sourced ingredients.

 

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Jing Hpaw brings the tastes of the far north to Yangon

Short of travelling up to Myanmar’s northmost region, one of the best places in the country to satisfy a craving for traditional Kachin food is Jing Hpaw restaurant in Yangon's Sanchaung township.

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Delectable drinks and bites tempt extra orders

Yangon's swankiest colonial do-over delivers with its elegant nibbles and heady cocktails.

 

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Vege for lent? Go Shan

Phyo with some recipes that will see you through Buddhist lent, without compromising on flavour.

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Prawn masala packs a punch

With prawns fresh and reasonably priced at the moment, it's the ideal time of year to enjoy them.

 

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Slow food revolution at 9 Moo 9

While Chiang Mai is known as something of a foodie hub, the 9 Moo 9 Café and Gallery is a destination in its own right.

 

 

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Pumpkin it up

Dress up grilled prawns with smoked paprika and warm pumpkin sauce

 

 

 

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