Beyond Khao Suey: 8 Burmese Dishes That You Should Be Slurrping 2021

  • Jasmine Kaur
  • November 10, 2021

My recent tryst with the Burmese cuisine motivated me to look for more. My friend and I experimented with our taste buds when we decided to visit a Burmese restaurant in Delhi. We ordered spring vegetable boas and the signature Khao suey. While the baos (steamed buns) were extremely soft with flavourful veggies, I loved the Khao Suey. The vegetarian Khao Suey was a treat to the tastebuds, served with numerous condiments like peanuts, chilli flakes, fried onions, garlic etc. Enough about the delicious flavours, I think you might be tempted by now to try some. 

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Kyar Zan Chat/Burmese Chicken Noodle Soup

4.8
24 Ratings
Kyar Zan Chat/Burmese Chicken Noodle Soup :

A delicious soupy affair, this soup is interesting because rice noodles are cooked together with the veggies and broth. 

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Fried Rice With Shallots

4.2
13 Ratings
Fried Rice With Shallots :

This Burmese fried rice is flavourful and full of shallots. 

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Shwe Yin Aye

4.6
12 Ratings
Shwe Yin Aye :

Looking for a cool dessert after a spicy meal? This refreshing, sweet sticky rice and coconut milk dessert is for you. 

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Yellow Sticky Rice

4.8
26 Ratings
Yellow Sticky Rice :

This type of rice is popular across South Asia, with different countries having numerous variations of the same. 

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Papaya Thoke

4.8
29 Ratings
Papaya Thoke :

This is a special Burmese salad made from papaya that is spicy. 

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Myanmar Attho

4.3
25 Ratings
Myanmar Attho :

Made from fried noodles, this national Burmese dish is loved on the breakfast table. 

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