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Nga Pichat: Something’s fishy—in a good way!

Days after its opening, we went to Nga Pichat—where they cook with nga pi (fish paste) galore. The English has Black Pudding, the French has Escargot, the Scottish has...

Welcome to Rangoon Tea House

A great mix of classical Burmese food, paired with beers, wines and spirits made in Myanmar. Photos by the Pictureman.

Four Tomatoes review: ‘Gastronomic delights in a bustling bistro’

An evening at Four Tomatoes is a warm evening of good food, friendly service in a cosy environment. It feels like a welcoming family-run neighborhood restaurant. One that you would be happy to visit when you...

Bodhi Nava review: ‘Fresh, healthy yet punchy fusion fare’

Yangon needs more restaurants like Bodhi Nava. From the team behind Green Gallery, this light and airy café meets restaurant meets guesthouse serves up fresh, healthy, yet punchy fusion fare at a reasonable price....

New dishes at Rangoon Tea House

Yangon favorite Rangoon Tea House has shook up its menu a dozen times since opening in 2014. In the latest reshuffle, the establishment on the lower block of Pansodan Road has sought inspiration from many...

Excitement as Myanmore awards, top 100 guide approaches

The announcement comes days before the MYANMORE Dining and Nightlife Awards 2018. The 5th annual MYANMORE Dining and Nightlife Awards will be held at the prestigious Meliá Hotel in Yangon on Saturday February 3. This...

Monsoon Myanmar Traditional Food Festival @ Padonmar Restaurant

2017-8-27- Monsoon Myanmar Traditional Food Festival event was held at Padonmar on 26th and 27th of August 2017. Photos by - Leo Jackson.  

Bring The Fusion – Wild Ginger Combines Flavours From All Of Southeast Asia

WHAT IT IS If you had told me a week ago that I would be enamored by a fusion restaurant, I would have rolled my eyes. Yet, I was delighted to eat at Wild Ginger,...

Danuphyu Daw Saw Yee @ U Chit Maung

By Win Lei Lei Tun WHAT IT IS Ask any local where you can get the best Burmese food in town and they will  tell you Danuphyu Daw Saw Yee is the place to go. Though...