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That restaurant that took me back to Myanmar.
Burma is a southeast Asian nation with a long and interesting tradition. Burma was renamed Myanmar in 1989, when the Burmese army regime came to rule. By 2015, after 26 years of autocratic domination, Burma had its first reliable and dynamic nationwide elections and elected Aung San Suu Kyi, the resistant head of the NSDP.
I travelled through Bagan, Myanmar in the 2014 Yangon warmer. Although Rangoon has its own charms, Bagan has a place in my being. I was able to try the Myanmar kitchen during the journey. They have a flavourful flavour due to a mixture of aromas and seasonings such as lemon, caraway and cards.
It was a taste I liked because it was different from anything I had ever had before. Recently, exactly three years after my journey to Myanmar, I had the opportunity to relive Myanmar cooking through an organization at the ISA Temple in Burma's Rangoon on the Ninth St, Philadelphia.
It was not much I expected because I thought that the meal might not be as genuine as what I had eaten in Myanmar. We had some very tasty meals in the restaurante. The taste of coconuts, gingers and caraway seeds was well known. They were so real Myanmar courts that I had the feeling that I had been withdrawn.
It has a truly South East Asiatic flavour that has been reproduced in this meal. The name was "Rose Jelly", a tasty meal with a layer of goodness: top with custard icecream and a sugary mixture of jellies in rosé sirup below. All in all, it was an unforgettable evening and I highly recommended Rangoon Myanmar to anyone interested in Myanmar and South East Asia cuisines.