On the night market of Mawlamyaing

Am Ufer des Thanlwin Flusses reiht sich eine Garküche an die andere. Frischer Fisch, Garnelen, Fleischspieße und Gemüse liegen im Sortiment. An den bunten Plastikstühlen sitzen hauptsächlich Einheimische. Die Luft duftet lecker nach Gegrilltem.

The self-made oven is fired with charcoal. In a special cast iron pan, the small dumplings with filling, which cost only a few cents, are prepared in fat.

This family is specialized in fried noodles or fried rice in different variations. For me this stand was my favourite.

Extraordinary barbecue: Yes, the Burmese also eat this, grilled with different sauces, for me as a vegetarian only useful as a photo object.

Behind the kitchens, plastic tables and chairs are placed on the banks of the river every evening.

At this kitchen you can make your own choice and then the skewers are transported to the grill.

Large assortment of fresh fish, fresh shrimps, lobsters, chicken, beef and pork. Some of the skewers I could not identify.

Mawlamyaing Nachtmarkt Wok

A noodle dish is prepared with a lot of fire magic and loud shouting.

Oak way The city that never sleeps


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