Enjoying Yangon nightlife walk along china Town, Nowadays Many seasonal freshest fruits are selling in many street vendors. “Fired Quail Egg”, the famous Burmese Street and Traditional food. In Myanmar, we call it “Mont Lin Mayar” means husband and wife of snacks to tiny fried oval egg snack.
Most of the Burmese eat “Mohinga” at breakfast and late noon, traditional rice noodles with fish soup. Banna shoot, Pea Crackers, fish, shallot, celery, slice boiled egg and dressing with clii flakes. “Tohu Nuway” can found in Myanmar Shan Noodle shops, a bowl of steaming fresh noodles slathered with a soybean cream and dressing with many spices. 19th street to stopover full of pub and beer shop with many BBQ displaying chicken, seafood, beef, pork, fish and Vegetables.
Most of the traditional burmese snacks are a rich source of rice, sugar, coconut, and milk. There are many stalls just outside of the Bogyoke market, people eat these snacks after their lunchtime. Mont Baing Taut made with rice and mixed with coconuts, Mont Sein Paung (steamed rice cake with dried grape and sweet pumpkin), Shwe Yin Aye (sweet soup dessert consisting of a slice of bread, seaweed jelly, steam rice, and coconut milk) are much like in Myanmar.
They are delicious, hygienic and cheap. You will see many local people crowding the stalls in the midday at Bogyoke Aung San Market.