Myo Lin Thway, born in Hinthada, noticed a distinct lack of Burmese food in New York City, NY. He took it upon himself to rectify that error with Burmese Bites. Consider this trailer an introductory course in Burmese cuisine. Big Apple foodies will definitely want to hit it up ASAP to sample all the international fare the city has to offer.
So, what’s on the menu? You’ll find a little of everything in terms of traditional Burmese food. Try some chicken curry Burma style, with a delicious fish-infused sauce seasoned with an aromatic blend of herbs. Or, if you’re vegetarian, grab some potato curry packed with full-flavored spices like ginger and sprinkled with chili powder for a fiery kick. Ever try Burmese tofu? Unlike your run-of-the-mill tofu, this chickpeas-based dish is seasoned with turmeric for extra flavor. Are you drooling yet? Then swing by and try these tasty dishes for yourself. Even better? Book Burmese Bites for your next event.
Keema Palata — A thin, flaky tortilla wrapped around savory, juicy chunks of chicken seasoned with fragrant spices.