Myanmar has large rivers, an extensive coastline and a number of port cities, soA�seafood and fishA�are very popular. At coastal towns and resorts such asA�Mawlamyine,A�NgapaliA�andA�Ngwe Saung, a wide variety of delicious fish and shellfish a�� caught the same day by local fishermen a�� are served at restaurants to suit all budgets. Similarly in the villages ofA�Inle Lake, local specialities such asA�Htamin jin buy stromectrol online in canada A�a�� made of rice, boiled fish, tomato and potato a�� have fresh ingredients that are sourced entirely locally.
Specialities and regional dishes
In inland and northern Myanmar,A�chicken, mutton and fishA�are the staple foods, although other meats are sometimes served.A�Shan noodlesA�a�� rice noodles often served in chicken curries and soups a�� is one of the most famous inland dishes, and can be found almost anywhere, but is best known as the food of the Shan capital,A�Taunggyi.
Perhaps the most popular dish in Myanmar isA�MohingaA�(rice noodles in fish soup), which is most often served at breakfast, but is available all day. Other specialties includeA�Kachin fish, steamed in herbs, in northern towns such asA�Myitkyina.
Teahouses are a big part of life in Myanmar: they are not only a place for drinking and eating, but also a place where friends, families and business associates meet to set the world to rights. Myanmar tea is typically served hot, milky and sweet, with additional a�� and sometimes unending a�� Chinese green tea.
Teahouses usually serve simple dishes through the day, and are a great place toA�sit down for a snack, meet the locals and take in street life, particularly at breakfast time. The food served depends on the individual teahouse: Myanmar ones usually serve noodles, Muslims ones are known for fresh samosas, and Chinese teahouses provide a range of meaty rice dishes.