Yangon Zay Sustainable Market @ The Tea Factory, Yangon.

Now that rainy season is supposedly over (I say supposedly, it has literally poured with rain for the best past of the last 24 hours) Yangonites can rejoice in the return of the sustainable pop up Yangon Zay, 2 weekends a month (confirmed upcoming dates include November 3rd/4th, November 17th/18th & December 1st/2nd) in the…

The Satay Shack Pop Up Supper Club, Yangon.

The brainchild of Anastacia Howe, her lovely mother, and their friend Sio, The Satay Shack has been popping up all over Yangon recently, from appearances at the popular Yangon Zay weekend market, to last nights intimate dinner at Three Good Spoons, and I was excited to finally be able to try some authentic Indonesian food…

The Strand Hotel, Yangon

Built in 1901, Yangon’s Strand Hotel was acquired soon after by the Sarkies brothers (of Raffles Singapore & the E&O in Penang fame) and remains to this day, one of Myanmars most beautiful heritage hotels. (*photo from their facebook page) I was recently invited to stay there for work, in one of their Superior Suites,…

Nam Su Pop Up Dinner @ Rangoon Teahouse, Yangon

Nam Su, named after the Shan word for vinegar – one of Shan cookings most important ingredients – is the newest concept from the talented young team behind Rangoon Teahouse, Mr Wok & Buthee, which is opening soon in the Pinlon hawker centre, in the west of Yangon. They celebrated the upcoming launch with another…