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New menu at Parami Pizza

Arguably Yangon’s best known pizzeria, Parami Pizza, has launched its new menu. Known for its signature Neapolitan pizzas, baked with simple ingredients (raw tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, fresh basil,...

Chef Ali Anwar joins Novotel Yangon Max for Indian Food Week

With more than 10 years of experience in the industry, you can bet on the taste and quality of chef Ali Anwar's cooking. Specialising in northern Indian fare, the...

Ethnic recipe: Mon mutton curry

From the herby fare of the north to the fresh and spicy seafood along the western coastline, Myanmar has an endless choice of tasty ethnic cuisine. To try your...

BreadTalk opens in Myanmar Plaza

BreadTalk Myanmar has opened its third outlet in Yangon, at the ground floor of Myanmar Plaza shopping mall. Breads, buns and cakes are made in the outlet’s open kitchen, which...

Chef Orng column: Straight from the soil

MYANMORE Chef of the Year 2018 award winner Chef Orng writes about the importance of organic fruit and vegetables. Last month we held a seafood night using only local produce—lobsters, crabs,...

European Food Festival returns to Yangon

The third European Food Festival returns to the Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon from 4pm to 10pm on Saturday, July 28. Presented by the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, Bailliage du Myanmar,...

Mixologist column: Community, not competition

In the last month, I’ve been approached by several people reminding me that I have competition in Yangon. The majority of these folks, possibly in jest or maybe in...

Rangoon Rhythm: Where is Charlie?

Usually whipping up cocktails and charming patrons in Atlas Rooftop Bar & Lounge. The 27-year-old Swiss artist Charles-David Hay started his bar managing and music career in Myanmar at...

Sanchaung’s favorite sticky rice

Daw Aye Kyaing, 60, has been selling sticky steamed rice at the busy junction of Sanchaung and A Shae Gone streets in Sanchaung township for 15 years. Her 27-year-old niece...

Pasta sampling at Pullman’s E’Cucina

Starting from US$9 nett, pasta lovers can enjoy a real treat at E’cucina Italian Restaurant in Pullman Yangon Centrepoint. Produce of the renowned pasta producer Rustichella d’Abruzzo, only available in Yangon...

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