Every dish was a delight!
Started off with one of the star dishes - Monthi (vermicelli in fish soup) which was delightfully light and flavourful.
Soft shell crab in lemongrass chilli sauce is a must for those who do not want the hassle of shelling crab.
Squid, seaweed and jellyfish came marinated in a super spicy sour sauce. I'm told that the level of spiciness can be moderated to your taste.
The chud-chud (snail) soup is to-die -for!
River fish in sour soup (similar to tom yam, but without the heat) is another must - sweet and tender, melt in your mouth!
All washed down with Myanmar beer! Yums!
Meal was finished off with the following desserts -
Montlatsaung - for those familiar with Singaporean/Malaysian dessert - this is similar to our cendol, except it's not green. :)
A delightful sweet soup - served cold with white rice flour 'worms' in palm sugar soup.
Mount Paung - for those familiar with Singaporean/Malaysian dessert - this is similar to our kueh tutu. Except that it's bigger!
Steamed rice cake with coarsely grated coconut that's cooked in palm sugar. YUMS!
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