My Favorite Food in Yangon, Myanmar 2016



Burmese food at its finest. This is a typical Burmese rice lunch set at Aun Thu Kha Restaurant. During the frantic lunch rush you should just sit down and order from a menu. it is more quiet, then coming directly up to the food prep station and ordering might be a better option because you can view your food. The traditionally cooked proteins were all excellent. None were too salty, which tends to happen in rice based dishes. Burmese flavors are very mild and nothing too extreme, which is what I generally prefer. My favorite dishes were the prawns and the brain… yes… brain.s
Make it a point to try a Burmese rice lunch when you’re in Myanmar.

Burmese Breakfast:

————————————
About Me: I’m Kyle Le and I live, travel, and eat in Vietnam and many Asian countries. I’m passionate about making videos and sharing modern Asia to the world. I’ve traveled everywhere in Vietnam, from Hanoi to Saigon – Far North, Central Highlands, Islands, and Deep Mekong Delta – I’ve visited there. In addition to 10+ countries in Asia from Indonesia to Thailand to Singapore, you’ll find all of my food, tourist attractions, and daily life experiences discovering my roots in the motherland on this amazing journey right on this channel. So be sure to subscribe- there’s new videos all the time and connect with me below so you don’t miss any adventures.

Subscribe Now:

Sign Up for Exclusive Content and to Keep in touch.

—————————————-­———————–
More Info:
Like: Facebook:
Follow: Instagram and Snapchat @KyleLeDotNet

Help me make more videos:
Patreon
Buy a T shirt:
Paypal Donation:

Original Music by Antti Luode.
Filmed with a Samsung NX500

I produce, film, and edit all videos myself, so I welcome any help Visit:
to see how you can ensure more videos to come.

source

36 thoughts on “My Favorite Food in Yangon, Myanmar 2016”

  1. Looks very much like Saigon but fresh, clean air, water and foods. No Mercury, leads, herbicides, pesticides, other chemicals and heavy metals in the foods or drinks there. And that would be the way Vietnamese foods should be like years before.

  2. Kyle, your decidedly non-chef approach is refreshing. You definitely do not need to reach for more adjectives. Also great is no mouth noises. thanks.

    btw, how much did that spread cost?

  3. Gahh Kyle you are making me jealous. I can imagine how one day you're just like a typical viet-american teenager and the next day youre travelling the world doing what you love. Thanks for these vids, they take my procrastination to another level!!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.