The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 02 October 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Shan cuisine shines at downtown nook

This downtown Shan joint has been operating for some 19 years, and consistently serves up tasty traditional fare at a very reasonable price.

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Fearless fusion

Phyo experiments with Asian fusion cuisine, pairing mutton with red curry to create a hearty dish with a cracking taste.

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Thai-inspired dining in the heart of downtown

Suzuki Café, in the thick of downtown Yangon's bustling Sule Pagoda area, offers Thai fare that's big on taste and easy on the wallet.

 

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A twist of lemongrass

Aromatic, zesty and refreshing, lemongrass can give an ordinary dish that extra something.

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Salad days

With fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and generous servings Sprouts salad bar is fast finding favour with Yangon's expat crowd.

 

 

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For a festive holiday, add more sauce

While we celebrate the New Year, some of you will likely be staying at home to enjoy time with your family. Here are a few fun and delicious recipes that will please everyone including the kids.

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Italian and Asian restaurant to launch at Kokine swimming club

Plates of crispy shrimp tempura, sliced seasonal fruits and glasses of wine lured visitors’ eyes to the tables by the swimming pool.

 

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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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