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Food Precincts: The Social Ground of 21st Century

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The food and beverage sector in Myanmar is growing rapidly and shows no sign of slowing down. There are new restaurants, bars, cafe, and even food courts opening in Yangon every single week, giving food bloggers, vloggers, and Instagrammers plenty to share with their followers. So why is it that F&B is a one brick and mortar business that continues to get investment when all other traditional businesses are being replaced by online substitutes? While food and beverage precinct helps fuel the modern world of digital era with endless content for millennial to connect with the world, F&B space does something far more powerful. The fact is, F&B space is a common ground that brings people together to meet, greet, and eat together which is something that cannot be experienced via technology—yet. Food and beverage spaces give an opportunity to create human connections and strengthen bonds that goes beyond direct messages and live feeds -something that fast-paced, tech savvy population needs and wants more of.

Best Food For This Monsoon Season at Food City!

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Here are the best picks for this Monsoon season you should not miss! Whether you are looking for something light to eat or a big meal to share with friends and families, Food City makes sure that there is something for everyone. Follow @foodcitymm for new dishes and limited time offers!

Mala Fragrant Pot at The Spicy House

Myanmar Superfood 

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Myanmar Superfoods

Myanmar Superfood

In the past few years, there has been a hype about Superfood globally which idolises certain food with antioxidants and cancer prevention properties. It is a marketing term used by the fitness and whole food industries to attract consumers to buy food such as berries, nuts, wheatgrass, chia seeds, quinoa, etc. Due to extreme emphasis on health benefits of superfood, some consume specific superfoods in large quantity leading to an “impaired, one-sided diet”.

Mohinga

Each country has at least one unique signature food to offer, whether it’s sushi from Japan, burger from the U.S, pho from Vietnam or pizza from Italy. Myanmar, too, has its very own Mohinga which can easily be found at every corner of the streets to restaurants and hotels across the country which can go from being very affordable at less than a dollar to high end at $5-$10 a dish.

Future of Yangon’s F&B

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Yangon, like any cities is becoming a melting pot of culture. As a trade center of the country, the city is rapidly becoming a place where people of diverse culture reside. Due to decades of isolation, Myanmar has been lagging behind most of its Asian counterparts until the liberalization of the economy in 2011. However, the country is slowly gaining a momentum to become one of the global cities of the world.