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Street food and outdoor eateries

 

Street food and outdoor eateries around 19th Street off Mahabandoola Road in Chinatown is lined with some outdoor grills and street food. Locals go there to have a good time, some singer and guitar player are around for a relaxed atmosphere, to unwind and feel good. The places are full every day, beer is cheap (according to western standards) and a good time is created.

In general when you are in the country and like beer try the local “Myanmar or Mandalay Beer” they are excellent and beat any Thai, Chinese or Singapore stuff by the taste, also you wont get headache such as with beer Singh.

I think here they use less chemicals, in Thailand everything goes as long as it brings more money.

This is a very busy and noisy part of Chinatown

during the day and becomes rather quiet in the evening except for some music. Even if the restaurants look not so bad with their old fashioned barbecue, grilled seafood and vegetable stir fries having no ice to keep the food stuff cold, in particular seafood in this immense heat cant go good.

the chicken gril street food at night street food at night

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Besides the ancient temples and pagodas plus local festivals there is some food waiting at various places in the city. One type of food is what is seen here true in the Orient.

Food stalls serving everything from soups, skewer,  rice,

chicken, pork, noodles and other local delicacies, street food vendors are around in the part part of the city during the night, during the day they have other preferred places. Affordable and prepared in front of you it might be good or maybe not.

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spring rolls fast food
fast fried eggs to take away
cut fruits to take away
street food in the pot
after dinner a little game
open air restaurant
a quit of betel
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In the evening after the heat disappears people come out to the street to enjoy the cool breeze, some food and maybe some beers change hands, according to our parameter everything is amazingly cheap but dangerous to eat since the hygienic standards are very low, as you can see even with the fish there is no ice to keep them fresh.

 
 
 
 
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