HD Culinary tour of Rangoon


| May 15, 2020

Join the locals in a breakfast of noodles, samosas or pancakes at one of the city's major food markets on 18th Street, then take a short drive to Seikkan Tha Street, another morning market area with many stalls selling palata (thick pancakes), flowers and exotic fruits. After a chance to sample palata, visit the popular Tea Shop Lucky Seven for a cup of Burmese tea and, if you wish, rice flour pancakes with poppy seeds from the stall next door. Continue to the Shwe Myot Taw Indian restaurant, famed for its local specialities, before ending at the Ye Kyaw market, with extensive displays of the variety of food available in the city. Having now worked up an appetite for Burmese cuisine, proceed to the Feel Myanmar Restaurant where you can try one of the fabulous local curries and accompanying vegetable sauces and soups.

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