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Nud Dudhia on Burmese street food, Yangon and Myanmar's eclectic food culture

Burmese cuisine has echoes of Thai, Indian and Chinese, but it’s no tribute act – this is food with an intoxicating flavour profile all of its own, writes Breddos’ Nud Dudhia

Lahpet, London Fields: restaurant review

Having first introduced Burmese street food to the capital at Maltby Street Market last year, Lahpet takes on Hackney, bringing its brand of Myanma cuisine to East London

Make MiMi Aye’s fried fish curry

Also known as ngar kyaw chet, this spicy Burmese dish from MiMi Aye is quick, simple to make and the perfect vessel for any meaty fish that takes your fancy

Make Lahpet’s coconut noodles with chicken

Also known as ohn-no kauk swé, this Burmese noodle dish from Shoreditch restaurant Lahpet is a great way to acquaint yourself with the under-appreciated cuisine

The London pop-up guide: April-May 2019

We bring you all you need to know on where to be, what to see, what to eat and what to drink in our beloved capital. You'll never need to read anything else again

Our pick of London's best supper clubs

From food and film to dinner in an east London furniture shop – here are some of London's coolest supper clubs. Hungry? Draw up a chair and tuck in

London's best places to dine solo

Dining alone means you can order whatever the hell you like and eat it all, complete with a side-order of people-watching. Here's our favourite spaces for doing just that in the capital