Myanmar Food - Make Your Myanmar Tour Tasty

Myanmar is a new exotic tourism destination. Here are top 13 Myanmar food you should try when your travel in this compelling country. Spend Myanmar package tour in a standard hotel and enjoy these delicious meals.

1. Burmese Tea leaf salad

This is the most popular food you should take during Burma tours. To make the dish, the sour, slightly bitter leaves are mixed by hand with shredded cabbage, sliced tomatoes, nuts, and peas. The dish can be a snack, an appetizer or, coupled with a plate of rice.
 
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2. Shan-style rice

Known as fish rice, this Shan dish is among the most typical Myanmar food. It combines rice that's been cooked with turmeric and topped with flakes of freshwater fish and garlic oil. This cuisine becomes a delicious snack when served with leek roots, raw garlic, and deep-fried pork rinds. When staying at Sanctum Inle Resort Myanmar you can try this rice.
 
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 3. Burmese Curry

The curry is a delicious meal to try with pork, fish, shrimp, beef or mutton. These include rice, a tart salad, a small dish of fried vegetables, a small bowl of soup and a large tray of fresh vegetables and herbs.
 
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4. Tea shop for tea time and light meals

Tea shops are great places to enjoy cups of milky tea and also various cuisines of a wonderful Myanmar travel tour. They serve baked sweets as well as meaty steamed buns and dim sum. The often served dishes are deep-fried savory snacks, deep-fried bread served with a potato curry or baked bread.
 
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 5. Sweet snacks

Unlike sweets elsewhere in Southeast Asia, sweet snacks aren’t generally packed with sugar. They are getting their sweet flavors from ingredients such as grated coconut, coconut milk, rice flour, cooked sticky rice, tapioca, and fruit.
 
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 6. Deep-fried stuffs

Myanmar has many popular fried foods for you to taste during package tour. You can find many kinds of snacks on the street or in tea shops. The favorite food is deep-fried samosas, spring rolls, savory fritters, sweets, bread, noodles topped with deep-fried crispy garnishes.
 
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7. Shan-style ‘tofu’ noodles

The dish doesn’t include tofu, but a thick porridge made from chickpea flour. The sticky yellow stuff is served over thin rice noodles, marinated chicken or pork. It's topped with chili oil and pickled veggies and broth. If you’re interested in savory flavors, you should try this when staying at Sanctum Inle Resort Myanmar.
 
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8. Nangyi thoke


Tourists will love to try dry noodle dishes and the most popular one is nangyi thoke. The dish takes the form of thick, round rice noodles with chicken, thin slices of fish cake, parboiled bean sprouts and slices of hard-boiled egg.
 
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9. Mohinga


No conversation about Myanmar food is complete without a mention of mohinga. This tempting dish is made from round rice noodles served in a hearty, herbal-based broth, often supplemented with the crunchy path of the banana tree. It is a favorite breakfast dish, but also a common snack at any time of day or night during Myanmar holidays.
 
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10. Shan-style noodles


The dish is a combination of thin, flat rice noodles in a clear, peppery broth with marinated chicken or pork. It's served with a side of pickled vegetables. Compared with other noodle dishes, it’s relatively simple but also delicious cuisine. In Sanctum Inle Resort Myanmar you can try this food.
 
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11. Barbecue Street in Rangoon (Yangon)


Herbivores and carnivores alike will find an endless choice. Opt for food that looks fresh and selects your desired atmosphere to enjoy Myanmar package tour. The grilled okra, broccoli, mushrooms, and tofu all rocked, particularly when washed down with a cold draft beer.

Location and cost: Rangoon's Chinatown between Mahabandoola and Anawrahta Streets. Cheap, as in two people eat for less than $3.
 
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12. Samosas


Anywhere on the street, particularly in Rangoon. Sample them on the street corner, on the train platform, in the circle train. Try 'em, try 'em often. Some even feature hints of cinnamon and star anise. Try also the samosa soups (samusa thouk), where samosas are scissored into a light broth and topped with fresh herbs, onions, and greens.
 
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13. Flan and coffee near Sule Pagoda (Rangoon)


Wake up, walk down the street, and smell the coffee. Literally. You should follow a strong coffee smell down the street to Let Ywe Sin, a hole-in-the-wall place that offers a lively local crowd, delicious coffee and flan. Audrey, not normally a fan of flan, is now a convert. Even better, a dish of flan and two coffees runs $0.80.
 
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Location: 128 Sule Paya Road (a few doors down from Aroma Cafe and Castle Internet Café) in Rangoon (Yangon).