Fresh Seafood…Yangon–

IMG_0015IMG_0003 IMG_0007 IMG_0005You know the seafood has to be fresh and tasty if the restaurant is called “Fresh Seafood.”  This is a popular place in Yangon, Myanmar, and we are honored to find it and dine here–lots of Burmese, no gringos, I like.  The tank if full of crabs and lobsters. . .so we order one of each, and we are incredibly satisfied.  The crab comes with a pile of tangy, garlicy fried rice, and the lobster is simply split, grilled, and delivered to us with a smile.  We gobble everything. . .wash it all down with a couple of Myanmar beers. . .and we are good-to-go.

I send you delectable vibes from Fresh Seafood in Yangon. . .feel them. . .they will fill you up real good.

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2 thoughts on “Fresh Seafood…Yangon–

  1. I’m from Yangon but currently living in Bangkok. I’ve heard about that place but haven’t been there yet although i go back to Yangon quite often. May be one of these days.

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    • Hope you are enjoying Bangkok–what a great town. You will love the Fresh Seafood restaurant in Yangon. . .it seems very popular–the place was packed with Burmese people and just a couple of foreigners like us. . .definitely eat here during your next visit to Yangon. Though our most favorite restaurant in Yangon is a place called Shan Yoe Yar. . .extremely good Shan cuisine–look it up, you will totally enjoy. Min-ga-la-bar and sawadee-krup!

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