Anglothai Pop Up, Allegra, The Stratford Hotel, London

John Chantarasak of Anglothai and I were both living in Bangkok at the same time sometime over 2013/2014 (I forget which, I’m getting old) and although we moved in the same circles & I saw him out & about, we never actually met until he came to Yangon to do a pop up in one…

Anglothai @ Wander, Stoke Newington, London.

John Chantarasak is without a doubt one of my favourite chefs, and yes, a friend too. I’m not biassed I promise – he really is extremely talented – heres what the brilliant Marina O’Loughlin had to say about him… I was absolutely delighted to learn that he was going to be doing a pop up…

Anglothai x Breddos Tacos Pop Up @ Burma Bistro, Yangon.

Yangon residents were treated to an exciting pop up from talented London chefs John Chantarasak (formerly of Somsaa, he has now branched out alone with his creative Anglothai brand) and Nud Dudhia (who is the brains behind Maiz in Oslo, as well as Breddos Tacos in London) After spending a couple of days exploring the…

Tuk Tuk Restaurant, Bogalayzay Street, Yangon.

*** Closed in early 2018 ** A permanent “pop up” restaurant, initially named TinTin, after the adventurous Belgian cartoon character, Tintin started life as a Mexican taqueria specialising in Tacos, Burritos and excellent Margaritas, before moving onto their next “adventure”, serving food inspired by the the Isaan region of Thailand and the neighbouring Burmese border…