Want to get out and fill your stomach after months of eating at home, but looking to avoid crowded eateries? The Giant Burger at Melia Hotel’s Garbo is a great option.
The Myanmar government says it will ship food to a Chin State town after a World Food Programme aid convoy was attacked by the Arakan Army while trying to reach the area.
To cater to the many people who are choosing to self-isolate amid the coronavirus outbreak, a number of Yangon eateries are providing food delivery services.
The Italian Embassy throws its second Italian Food Festival on Feb. 23 with fine food and wine as well as activities including chances to make your own pizza and mozzarella.
Tha Gyi Thamee, a restaurant opened last year in Yangon, serves simple, home-style cuisine from Upper Myanmar’s ah nyar region and offers unique, sustainable to-go boxes.
The Sedona Hotel Yangon, in cooperation with the US Embassy, is hosting two weeks of buffets showcasing high-quality food and wine from the US.
The celebration of Singapore in Myanmar is coming back to Yangon, featuring music, art and culinary collaborations at the Chin Tsong Palace on Feb. 1-2.
Myanmar and foreign residents of Yangon are discovering the authentic flavors on offer at Jana Mon, an excellent Mon cuisine restaurant hidden away near Shwedagon Pagoda.
James Cheese Back Ribs, the South Korean chain known for its pork ribs and mozzarella combination, has opened its first outlet in Yangon.
Without jobs, displaced northern Rakhine villagers are forced to survive on limited food in shabby huts with no prospect of a return to their homes.
A three-day festival to highlight Myanmar’s diverse culture has opened at the historic Secretariat in central Yangon, including traditional dance shows and crafts.
Yangon sees the return of the Port Autonomy with its refreshing selection of fruity cocktails, succulent dishes and unusual, nautically themed decor.
Some 40 percent of North Koreans may require food assistance as harvest expected to drop to lowest level in 5 years, FAO says.
Around 400 stakeholders from Myanmar’s food industry are expected to attend a forum in late September to address food safety challenges.
In the rainy season, Irrawaddy Region farmers venture into the mountains and battle mosquitoes and snakes to supplement their income by harvesting the popular food.