5 Delicious Dishes Should Not Be Missed When Visiting Myanmar

Myanmar cuisine has rich ingredients and tastes, visitors will have the opportunity to taste unique dishes that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

In recent years, the country locating in the northwestern Indian Peninsula - Myanmar has been called the "rising star" of Asian tourism. Not only people, culture, landscapes but even the cuisine of this Southeast Asia country also make a lot of people interested and want to learn about. Myanmar cuisine has rich ingredients and tastes, visitors will have the opportunity to taste unique dishes that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

1. Tea Leaf Salad



Tea Leaf Salad is a snack or appetizer. This is probably also the most popular dish in Myanmar. The leaves are fermented, slightly sour and slightly bitter, mixed with small chopped cabbage, tomatoes, crispy peas and other nuts and peas, added with some garlic oil and a few slices of spicy chili. However, this dish is also considered a stimulant, so visitors are often reminded not to enjoy too much if you do not want to lose sleep.

2. Shan Rice



Shan rice is a unique dish of Myanmar. The ingredients of this dish include rice cooked with turmeric, squeezed into a circular dish, then put on a slice of fresh water fish, sprinkled with garlic oil. The top of the rice is usually sprinkled with a mixture of leek bristle, cloves, and crispy pork.

3. Myanmar Curry



Curry is a dish that is present at any eatery in Myanmar, which is not only a dish but also a great culinary experience. Curry is usually made from pork, beef or lamb, served with rice and side dishes a small bowl of soup and a large tray of fresh vegetables, like sour salad, fried vegetables, and other herbs. Curry is a stylish and flavorful dish of Myanmar. At the end of the meal, you will enjoy a traditional Myanmar dessert - a traditional lacquer tray, tea mixed with sugar made from palm trees, sip with seeds.

4. Sweets and snacks



Unlike western sweets, sweets in Myanmar are collectively referred to as "moun". Snacks are usually served with tea in the morning or in the afternoon. And unlike candy in other countries in Southeast Asia, moun is usually not packaged with sugar but coconut milk and fruit juices instead. Popular street food in Yangon is usually fried foods such as spring rolls, salty donuts, fried bread and other kinds of noodle, served with tamarind and sweet-sour sauces.

5.  Tofu Noodle



Tofu Noodles is one of the best dishes in Myanmar, which is not really made of tofu but a type of porridge made with green pea powder, covered with a layer of noodles, eaten with chicken and Pork seasoned with green vegetables and peppers. It is a weird combination but really very attractive.


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