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Fried Snake - Rangoon

Fried Snake

Don't know: Fried Snake

This restaurant has snake for sale. I didn't get to try any as it was the last snake of the afternoon until evening. They asked me to come back but I didn't have the time as I went to the Shwedagon Paya for sunset and didn't go back to my guesthouse until around 9 PM. I probably wouldn't be able to find the place again either.
I'm not sure of the costs or what kind of snake they were cooking.

Rating: 0

Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jun 4, 2003
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Sugar Cane Vendor - Rangoon

Sugar Cane Vendor

In the Street: Sugar Cane Juice

Sugar Cane Juice is a nice way to cool down after hours of walking. These guys are easy to find as most of them have some sort of bells attached to the spinning wheel. So if you're near one you'll hear the bells. One thing to consider before drinking a glass is where did they wash the glass at? Is the glass washed? Have they been soaking the sugar cane in river water? etc...I drank it and didn't have any problems but....

Favorite Dish: It's very cheap!!

Comparison: least expensive

Rating: 0

Theme: Street Vendor

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 9, 2003
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Street snacks - Rangoon

Street snacks

on every street....almost!!: Street snacks

Anytime you are hungry in Yangon just look and you can fill the void quite easily! There are so many small street restaurants making all kinds of foods and snacks! Most have some nice comfy chairs to sit on too!!

Comparison: least expensive

Price: less than US$10

Rating: 0

Theme: Street Vendor

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 9, 2003
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Fresh Corn - Rangoon

Fresh Corn

Lot's of street vendors: Fresh corn

The corn was delicous!! My son and I ate it quite a few times! And it made a great snack to munch on as we wandered the streets! The only problem was the corn in the teeth! I always have to dig the corn out of my teet after eating it off the cob. Then when you are done just find a cow and give him the cob and he's happy too!! I don't remember the cost for the corn but it's very,very cheap!

Comparison: least expensive

Price: less than US$10

Rating: 0

Theme: Street Vendor

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 9, 2003
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local kitchen - Rangoon

local kitchen

most: Hmmm You don't want to look

You might not want to look at the kitchen where your food is being prepared! If you do you may not want to ever eat! I'm knocking on wood but my son and I only ate at small teashops , local restaurants, bus stops and street stalls and only got the squirts a couple of times.

Favorite Dish: This picture is from our Guest House.

Rating: 0

Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 2, 2003
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Advertising Poster - Rangoon

Advertising Poster

most of them: Advertising posters

At most of the small restaurants and tea shops that I ate in had advertising posters for alcoholi beverages hanging in them or movie star posters.

Rating: 0

Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 2, 2003
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