The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 31 July 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

A no-fail family dinner

Prawns served with lots of pin sein leaves [Asian basil] and a liberal dose of several key spices makes for the perfect midweek meal.

 

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Pad Thai worth queueing for

Zon Pann Pwint goes in search of what she's been told are the best pad Thai noodles in all Bangkok.

 

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Easy on the eyes and big on taste

Easy Café is fast becoming a staple in the downtown dining scene, offering a simple menu and surroundings that offer respite from the midday sun.

 

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Turning up the heat with tofu

This sweet, sour and spicy salad with a Thai-style dressing is just the thing to whet your appetite as the mercury rises.

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Zucchini and bacon: a winning combination

Quick-cooking zucchini offers a fresh and delicious twist on one-dish summer meals – moreso when served up with bacon.

 

 

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To the last detail, a dinner fixed for romance

The new couples-night tasting menu at the Governor's Residence is designed to stimulate the mind and stir the senses.

 

 

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Sweet surrender: French patisserie hits the spot

La Tartine is a Yangon bakery offering about 25 kinds of French cakes and breads made with ingredients imported from France.

 

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Stealth health: nutritional and delicious

Our resident culinary expert Phyo shares some nutritious and economical banana breakfast recipes.

 

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Prawnography

This week's Mexican-inspired barbecued seafood dish is a straightforward crowdpleaser and the ideal offering at a dinner party.

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Where the food tastes best after midnight

The diner-style 365 Café near downtown serves up simple, fast food 24 hours a day – a real rarity in Yangon.

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