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MYANMAR CAFE RESTAURANT in the heart of LONDON


The newest dining trend, Myanmar has arrived to London. 

 

Alongside with Myanmar cuisines, The Shan State brings a wide range of desserts to the London China Town. Now that you have tried all foods from everywhere, its time to welcome in amazing traditional Myanmar cuisine. But what type of dish, exactly? Many varieties are at their best in different seasons of the year in Myanmar. 

Monk Hin Khar

Newly arriving in the London, Monk Hin Khar/s are known for its unique taste. It has rich lemongrass seafood flavours with Myanmar traditional herbs undertone, idea for all day dining or as a star of soup. With its lime-green taste - can add citrus refreshment to the dish and teamed with chilli makes an excellent for this Myanmar National Cuisine. It says all about the country and is enjoyable all year long in The Shan State, London.

Laphet Thoak

This is Myanmar iconic dish! Anyone can lay claim to tea all they like but eating tea leaf is definitely the Myanmar thing. There are few varieties of Laphet Thoak in various regions of Myanmar. Different regions have thier own ingredients depend on the natural availability. However standard main ingredients do not change and preparing the dish requires passion and do not attempt to mess up with its original standard, otherwise you won't taste the true Golden Myanmar and it is now available at The Shan State, London.  

Oh No Kauk Swe

One of the famous Myanmar dishes is Oh No Kauk Swe (Myanmar Coconut Noodle) which Myanmar serve to their guests and consume daily. But that's not all and lets not confuse the dish with any other coconut noodle. Should you feel like having to explore mysterious land of Myanmar, they say to start with Oh No Kauk Swe. The dish consists wheat noodle in a curried chicken and coconut milk broth and it is now available at The Shan State, London. 

Mo Ta Min

Mo Ta Min (Wild Mushroom Rice) is very popular in the Northern Shan State of Myanmar. It is available in wild and is natural & organic. Mushroom Seekers travel wild to pick these seasonal mushroom from mountain and wild. The dish is garnished with dried chillie and garlic. Suitable for vegetarian and it is available at The Shan State, London.

Tamarine sauce goes well with these Kyaw Zone - Myanmar crunchy tempura.

Our Shan Kauk Swe is inspired from the Northern Shan State of Myanmar.

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