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10 meals every Myanmar traveler should try

10 meals every Myanmar traveler should try

Myanmar - Eat & Drink

With Myanmar opening to the outside world, visitors are discovering a cuisine that’s been largely hidden from sight for the last 50 years. With an emphasis on rich, predominately savory/salty flavors, influences from South and Southeast Asia and a repertoire of ingredients not found in any other cuisine, there’s much to discover. As in most of Southeast Asia, Myanmar restaurants and stalls...

Myanmar Traditional Foods

Myanmar Traditional Foods

Myanmar - Eat & Drink

Because Myanmar has diverse geographical features, favourable seasonal conditions and is naturally endowed with fertile soil and water resources, it boasts an abundant supply of food in a great variety all year around. Myanmar people enjoy rice as their main food and it comprises about 75% of the diet. Rice is served with meat or fish, soup, salad and vegetables all...

Burmese tea shop meal

Burmese tea shop meal

Myanmar - Eat & Drink

Myanmar’s tea shops aren't just places to sip tiny cups of sweet, milky tea. They also function as a crash-course on various cuisines of Myanmar -- dishes served often reflect the ethnicity of the shop’s proprietor.

Burmese curry

Burmese curry

Myanmar - Eat & Drink

A visit to a traditional Burmese restaurant is more than just a meal, it’s a culinary experience. As the name suggests, curry is the central element, but after you’ve chosen one -- typically a meaty, somewhat oily curry based around pork, fish, shrimp, beef or mutton -- a seemingly never-ending succession of side dishes will follow.

Tea leaf salad

Tea leaf salad

Myanmar - Eat & Drink

​Perhaps the most famed Burmese food is lephet -- fermented tea leaves. The tart leaves are eaten on their own, typically as dessert, but they’re also served in the form of lephet thoke, a salad of pickled tea leaves.

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