Burma's geographic and
cultural has contributed to a culinary tradition its own. The rivers
and long coastlines of our country produce vast quantities of fish
and seafood-a staple here. Our cuisine has been influenced by both
India and China and a typical Burmese dish consists of fish or meat
(pork, chicken or beef) curry served with rice; spicy vegetable
salad; vegetable soup. This is often accompanied with a fish paste
called nga pi, which is essential in Burmese kitchens.
The most popular dish in Burma is a breakfast
dish called mohinga. Mohinga is a soup that is prepared with
rice noodles, fish, coriander, spring onions and eggs.
Traditional Burmese cuisine consists of are
fish or meat curry cooked in oil and spicy with vegetable salad,
clear soup of vegetable or mixed vegetable sour soup, fish-paste
is widely essential for Burmese kitchen.
Because of Burma's temperate weather, fresh
fruit and vegetable markets adorn any town or city where
typically Burmese women sell their fresh produce at unheard of
prices and bargaining is accepted!
Exceptional international cuisine is available
at most hotels and varies from Japanese to Italian.