Friday, August 18, 2017

Note: The Myanmar Times reviews restaurants anonymously and pays for meals.

A hot pot of wellness

“Central Hot Pot” in Sanchaung is just what the doctor ordered 

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Savouring authentic Indian breakfast at The Marina

The first thing that pops into my mind every morning is “what’s for breakfast?”.

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Myanmar weighs in on booming online food shops

Myanmar's online food shops have become very popular among the country’s millions of Internet users, giving restaurants and street food shops a run for their money.

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Myanmar’s first Doggy Café

Having my own pet has been a dream of mine, ever since the day I started loving dogs but I never got the chance to have a furry, four-legged companion because my parents don’t love dogs. Actually, they don’t want any pets in their house. If I – by some miracle – could have a dog, my parents would not take care of it when I’m not home.

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Prome City Restaurant

Yay –or Prome City – once existed as a city with a king-and-throne monarchy. One of Myanmar’s many old capitals, Pyay (pronounced ‘Pyee’ and known during colonial times as ‘Prome’) is a quiet, stupa-studded Irrawaddy riverside town, around 290 kilometres north of Yangon – roughly six hours from Yangon.

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Italian fare, Sanchaung style

Myanmar in April may not seem like the ideal time for a big, hearty Italian lunch.

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A Bagan bargain

It's almost impossible to say just how many temples there are in Bagan.

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Top food on bottom floor

Malls, Malls, Malls.

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A trip to Hokkaido

Where are the best sashimi and sushi in Yangon? It’s a question that our readers (and this reporter) have asked many times.

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Yangon’s best curry?

At least once a week I find myself wanting a taste of home.

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