Go on a street food tour in Yangon

Street Food Tour in Yangon, Myanmar

Welcome to Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar and a hub of delicious street food! The city is known for its diverse culinary scene, with influences from Indian, Chinese, and Thai cuisines.

1. 19th Street in Chinatown (16.7781° N, 96.1561° E)

Start your street food tour in the lively Chinatown neighborhood. 19th Street is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, with numerous food stalls serving up grilled meats, seafood, and vegetables. Try the barbecued pork and chicken skewers, or sample the fried quail eggs.

2. Sule Pagoda Road (16.7748° N, 96.1564° E)

Head to Sule Pagoda Road for more street food options. You'll find stalls selling traditional Burmese dishes like Mohinga (a fish noodle soup) and Shan noodles (rice noodles with meat and vegetables). Don't miss the chance to try some of the delicious sweets, like coconut pancakes or sticky rice balls.

3. Bogyoke Aung San Market (16.7741° N, 96.1571° E)

For a different street food experience, head to Bogyoke Aung San Market. This bustling market is a great spot to try some of the local snacks and treats. Look for stalls selling samosas, fried bread, and sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves. You can also find fresh fruit and juices to quench your thirst.

4. 38th Street (16.7735° N, 96.1565° E)

End your street food tour on 38th Street, another popular spot for street food in Yangon. Here you can try some of the city's best noodle dishes, like the spicy Shan-style noodles or the rich and flavorful coconut noodles. You'll also find stalls selling traditional Burmese curries and stir-fries.

Enjoy your street food tour in Yangon and don't be afraid to try something new!