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Submitted by henrylv
Pho Khwar Lay
Hnin si kone street, lower block

Mohinga is a typical Burmese food. It contains some fermented noodle, fishes, onions, boiled eggs, and some crackers can be added according to personal likes. It would be surprising for other countries because such food is rare even in Asian countries, and can be seen only in Myanmar. The hot and sour soup won’t upset you and yes, you can add some chilli if you want, that makes it more special. All those various tastes you get from one sip of mohinga soup. A food that is a must-try in Burma if you come here. Different shops have different cooking styles, but this one starts selling at 5:30 am and finishes selling at 8:00 am. Such fans for the mohinga of Pho Khwar Lay on Hnin Si Kone Street indicate that mohinga is the pride of Myanmar’s food.


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