When I first e-met Ian, I could sense great enthusiasm in his words. He is passionate about coffee and dreams about blazing a trail in the country’s highly contested cafe industry. But it was when he told me about his plan to sell his products with vending machines instead of a physical shop that got my attention.
There are delicious foods everywhere when you come to Yangon. Each Burmese dish has a distinctive taste, so it is very adventurous to try out every cuisine and desserts available. Myanmar has 8 major national ethnic races, and each cooking style differs from the others as well. Sometimes it can be quite challenging to find and try various foods at once, but these are the top three restaurants that have every course of food you will need to get a full Burmese experience. Even if you are not a foodie, it is worth a try!
Unless you’re living with a pastry chef, you’re going to need some sugar reinforcements. These sweet online businesses bring you cakes, puddings and ice cream to ease your sugar cravings. Here are some tips in Yangon!
Seeds is not only seen as one of the absolute best restaurants in Yangon, but it is also run by Lucia and Felix who are the ones driving this excellence in everything they touch. A visit to Seeds is a journey that affects all your senses, from the decoration and view to the service and the food. So how to achieve this when you cannot open the restaurant for guests?
“It’s a strength of Myanmar that when the nation faces a tragedy the community rallies together,” said Ye Htut Win, Founder of Sharky’s and Master Chef Myanmar Judge. Together the government and medical staff are tirelessly working to help COVID-19 patients recover. Yet who keeps frontline workers healthy? Right now, it’s Omnivore by Sharky’s and Kaung Lun Lote backed by the financial might of KBZ Bank.