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

Fish ’n’ kitsch comes to town

The recently opened Manhattan Fish Market is a franchise affair where the dishes lack panache and booze is notably absent from the menu, writes Whitney Light.

 

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Slow boil: downtown cafe wins points for DIY approach to coffee

Black Sky Café & Bakery's coffee is an experience in itself, concocted in a nest of glass flasks that would be at home in a laboratory.

 

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From Italy, with love

Simple, quick and filling, Phyo's pasta recipe is a treat for a rainy day -- which are not in short supply in Myanmar. 

 

 

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Dinner in a flash: grilled chicken and summery salad

Photo: PhyoPhoto: PhyoLight, zesty and time-efficient, Phyo's recipes for herb and lime grilled chicken  and Italian rice salad are the perfect mid-week solution.

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A local diner keeps it simple

Tamwe diner Mr Chef doesn't pull any punches, serving up solid regional dishes and a vast selection of refreshing drinks.

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Dinner’s a snap with bibimbap

The Korean specialty bibimbap consists of rice and a sweet, spicy chilli sauce. This recipe has a twist of roasted sesame oil which lends a pleasant aroma.

 

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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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