A Singaporean chain has set up shop, serving up scoops of premium Italian gelato flavours.
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Phyo with some basic recipes that draw on the dregs of her pantry, for those times where you just don't feel you can leave the house.
Fiery, sour curries featuring coriander, lemon grass, chillies and lemon juice are the hallmark of Minn Lan Rakhine Traditional Hand-pressed Monti & Fresh Seafood Restaurant.
Suki yaki, hot pot – call it what you will. Phyo experiments with a twist on an old favourite to satisfy a fussy eater.
Chiang Mai's Giorgio Restaurant is a stalwart of the city's dining scene, offering up dishes that are a cut above most places that purport to serve Italian food.
Phyo finds the bunapi-shimeji Japanese mushroom is a mild funghi that does well to be served in a clear, simple broth.
Mandalay is known for having some of the best food in Myanmar. And it does – if you stick to the local cuisine.
Phyo makes a foray into Thai fusion, finding that store-bought green curry paste is a cost-effective and versatile timesaver that doesn't shortchange on taste.
Almost all Japanese dishes use the same basic ingredients, whose combination creates unique flavours.
Barista Lavazza's coffee pedigree is not in doubt – however, the rest of the menu leave a lot to be desired.
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