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Who we are | Burmese food in London
we' re nurses of Burma /Chinese descent, borne and raised in London. After all, we like to cook and familiarize our guests with the cuisine. Our first journey to Burma was in 2012. There was a short pause during which Emily worked in Burma for 6 month (about which you can find out more in this blog) and had a newborn.
In September 2016 we participated in Asma Khans (by Darjeeling Express) dinner club show for My London Supper Clubs to commemorate the variety of London and its cuisine. We have since then been organising dinner clubs at the marvellous Tina We salute You S20.
Since September 2015 we have been donating the money from our dinner, about 2000, to various organizations. In fact, we performed with our mother at the BBC Burmese in 2017. This is Amy, the little nurse on the lefthand side and Emmily, the big one on the right, after a long afternoon at Inle Lake.
East only: London's Asiatic Alimentation Vasion
Not only are the waiting lines in Bao London or the run to the nine rooms at Araki, the miniatures Japanese on New Burlington Street, the city' s hot est new restaurants come from Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan - or are influenced by a new run of cuisine.
The new Richard Caring's Caprice Holdings store, is now open, with its neo pink emblem on the outskirts of Berkeley Square. It is a place that only offers meals based on typical Viennese cuisine that can be folded. In 2014, Rachel Filer and Frederique Nguyen, former Quaglino executive and former Quaglino head cook, came up with the notion.
When you feel like packaging your foods, try the Wrinkle Meal, which allows guests to wrap stuffings such as ashimi and avocados, as well as caramelized gingerbread chickens and spearmint in wrapper. Every meal has a basis of carrots and dai cucumbers, seasoned vegetables and pasta.
The MasterChef 2011 MasterChef champion has opened his first store, a frame lzakaya (pub) in Brixton, after several sold-out pop-ups. This exquisite, savoury meal offers grilled eels with mixed spicy salad, a Dead Ringer Chanpon (Fujian pasta in roasted crustaceans and sea food) and Crunch Rangoon Age-Gyoza - grilled prawns with fresh cheeses and curry crabs, accompanied by a Yuzu-kosho dipp.