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Will political change endanger Myanmar’s rich cuisine?

Melanie Wong | Nov 18, 201508:59 PM     1

"...Businesses, setting their sights firmly on foreign visitors, have made it as easy as possible. Take the new wave of restaurants, which are so blunt about their lack of interest in local customers they have actually dropped the Burmese language from their menus. Is there anywhere else in the world that this would happen?"

Will political change endanger Myanmar’s rich cuisine?

Expensive, gimmicky restaurants are opening in Yangon, but the real deal is about fire and smoke, steaming pots and deep-fried snacks in a roadside...

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