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Where and What to Eat in Myanmar

The variety and richness of Myanma cuisine rivals that of Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam, though it is nowhere near so well-known or universally regarded. This is partly thanks to the country's long stint in isolation, and partly because, frankly, dishes often appear oily and off-putting in the country's local restaurants. Scratching beneath the surface is mandatory, and highly rewarding.
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Myanmar (Burma)
A highlight of the culinary experience in Myanmar are the country's colourful array of salads. Salads, known as thoke, are eaten all day long in the country -- which is no surprise given their diversity. One of the best known salads in Myanmar is...
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No. 124 Pyidaungzu Yeiktha Street, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
In a modern, air-conditioned space that is welcoming to foreigners, Feel serves an astounding variety of traditional Burmese food, from curries and some of Yangon’s best mohinga (the national fish noodle soup) to snake beans served with...
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130b, 34th Street, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
Along with tea leaf salad, Shan noodles is one of the most ubiquitous (and delicious) dishes to be found in Myanmar. There are different versions, but common threads usually involve chicken, garlic, turmeric, tomatoes and fish sauce with Chinese...
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80 University Avenue, Bahan Township, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma), Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
Dining venues that really scale the highest of international standards are few and far between in Yangon. One such options, however, is the long-standing Le Planteur. Set in a mansion with a lovely garden, the restaurant specialises in intricate...