A young Myanmar entrepreneur is blazing a trail for Burmese food in Hong Kong. Southeast Asian food has been enjoying their time under the limelight...
In early 2020, Nay Aung Win and Anh Le Nguyen were putting the final touches on their business plans. Nay Aung Win, a veteran restaurateur with several successful outlets in Mandalay, was looking to launch a burger-focused concept while Anh, a newcomer to the scene, had dreamed of serving home-style Vietnamese cuisine to hungry diners.
“No Boundaries….No Limits”, is the inspiration behind the new dining concept of Joitamoi by Chef Orng. As a previous MYANMORE Awards winner of Restaurant of the Year (2019) and Chef of the Year (2018) there is a lot of excitement to see what Chef Orng is up to as his new restaurant just opened up.
Myanmar has cuisines more diverse than its ethnic groups. Its favourite snack Mohinga has at least a dozen variations based on the fish and thickness of the broth. Some towns have their own native food that is nothing like any other ethnic cuisines. If you want to delve into Myanmar’s colourful food cultures, these places are a good start. Phone booking is encouraged to avoid disappointment because of limited seats under social distance guidelines.
The Bash Yangon is not your typical restaurant. It has only three menu items in total, yet all of them as positioned to get attention through its presentation and selection of food loved by both locals and internationals.
A young Myanmar entrepreneur is blazing a trail for Burmese food in Hong Kong. Southeast Asian food has been enjoying...
[The Adaptors] Pablo Aloy Gomez of Meliá Yangon share how they have been adapting and the importance of always staying positive
Meliá Yangon was one of the first hotels' in Yangon to open up for the public. This was the result of a lot of planning and preparations. Mr Pablo Aloy Gomez, a GM of Meliá Hotels International for over 20 years across three continents, share what they did and his views.
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