Food trends have been flowing into Myanmar presenting us with an ever-increasing variety from across the world. But must we stick to traditional for the sake of our health?
The former royal capital is home to some unique and delectable dishes that just don’t taste the same anywhere else.
The Irrawaddy outlines 10 entertaining and informative events happening this week including live jazz music, an education fair, a film screening and much more.
Quick and Easy offers a tasty, inexpensive menu in a location lined with books.
Royal Pavilion, at the Novotel Yangon Max Hotel, has replaced its mostly Cantonese menu with Hong Kong barbecue, dim sum and seafood.
One shop owner is bringing back the taste of childhood, serving traditional Burmese ‘Da Lae’ snacks.
From pancakes to samosas and salads, roadside food offers a delicious way to become acquainted with Myanmar’s main city.
Steak on the Street offers Yangon’s foodies a low-cost option.
Have plans to catch up with friends and want some place quiet with a good vibe, great coffee and tasty cakes? The Chatrium Hotel’s Afternoon High Tea Buffet is a good choice.
Beef ribs and sweet and sour pork: Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to be served a working lunch that combines the flavors of East and West during their historic meeting.
This social enterprise in Mon State serves up delicious local dishes.
A new Gloria Jean’s outlet has opened just in time for Yangon’s ‘sweater weather.’
Vista Do Rio offers the perfect weekend treat for those looking to try some ethnic flavors
Mango teas, cakes, tarts, yogurt and, of course, cool shakes await patrons
Never tried the spicy, herb-infused offerings from northern Shan state? Now’s your chance