The Myanmar Times
Friday, 22 May 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

A tropical New Year treat

Crêpes are the perfect weekend treat: they’re easy to make, and involve a minimum amount of hassle in the kitchen. Here, Phyo shares her crêpe recipe – with a tropical twist.

 

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A summer soup for a Myanmar winter

Our resident culinary expert Phyo decides the mercury's dropped sufficiently to dabble with soups.

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A hip new hangout down on the docks

Port Autonomy restaurant is the newest addition to Pun Projects’ growing collection of high-toned hangouts at the Yangon docks.

 

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Flavours of the Philippines

I will continue my foray into Filipino cooking this week with one of my favourite new recipes.

 

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A new dining venue with a view

As the name suggests, the View Restaurant and Bar is a restaurant and bar with a view. Perched on a hilltop in the sleepy town of Anisakhan, just outside of Pyin Oo Lwin, the venue provides a spectacular vista of Dat Taw Gyaint Waterfall on the far side of a deep, forested valley.

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What's On

Your guide to what's on in Yangon for the week of December 15 - 21.

 

 

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Pinoy on a plate

This week marks Phyo's first attempt at Filipino fusion, taking on a pork dish and a papaya salad.

 

 

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La phet yay goes high class

The Rangoon Tea House on Pansodan Street is a delicious fusion of Yangon’s rich street food tradition and the city’s more recent trend towards boutique dining.

 

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Afternoon delight

Phyo discovers the timeless appeal of the humble scone, and puts a own local twist on the cucumber sandwich.

 

 

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Mix up lunchbox snacks with easy glass noodles

photo: Phyophoto: Phyo

Glass noodles are the main ingredient in this week’s recipes: Thai-style salad and Korean-style stir-fry. Both are simple 30-minute dishes.

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