Kyay Oae (Soup) $5.50

Kyay Oh is very popular in Yangon. It's hot and spicy and perfect for rainy days. Although it's Chinese in origin, this recipe uses Myanmar cooking style and ingredients.

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Kyay Oae (Dry) $5.50

Bring the broth back to the boil again. Add the fish ball, pork intestine, pork liver, minced pork. Top with mustard leave, quail eggs, tofu. Garnish with spring onions, garlic and sesame oil. Serve pickled chili and chili garlic sauce.

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Claypot Mee Shay $5.50

Meeshay is a Burmese cuisine dish of rice noodles with a meat sauce. The dish originated from the Chinese Mixian and became a specialty of the Shan people of Eastern Myanmar. Regional variants exist, but the two main types are the normal Mogok meeshay and the Mandalay version. Myay-oh Meeshay

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Mohinga

$5.00

Mohinga is a rice noodle and fish soup from Myanmar and is an essential part of Burmese cuisine. It is considered by many to be the national dish of Myanmar. It is readily available in most parts of the country.

 

 

Mohinga

Shan Noodle (Dry / Soup)

$5.00

Shan noodle is one of the famous Myanmar food. It is very delicious. Most of the Myanmar like it and I also like it. It is derived from Shan State which is east part of Myanmar. We can eat it as lunch or dinner or just snack.

 

Shan Noodle

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