After successfully introducing a new dining concept in October, Sampan Travel organised a second one at the same place, Pansodan Scene Gallery. The idea behind the supper clubs is simple: learn the food cultures of Myanmar and have a good time. This time we got tea leaves from Pindaya, coffee from Mogok and food made with ingredients from Kachin State – the best the Golden Land can offer at one table.
I provided short descriptions to each photo of the dishes I had. They will tell the rest of the story (click on the image to enlarge). You can read my article about the first supper club here.
For the drinks, Mogok Hills Café serves the coffee brewed with fresh beans from Mogok to pair with the dessert. Rosé and red wine flow throughout the evening, the courtesy of Aythaya. Burbrit’s craft beers are also there.
The supper club will be back in May. So follow their page for the updates.