Thursday, 8 August 2013

Sun's Burmese Kitchen, Blacktown

 Burmese food tastes like a mix of Chinese, Indian and Thai
with the extensive use of fish products like fish sauce.

Our lunch was cheap, delicious and flavourful.

Anyone who likes
spicy, salty and tangy food will surely love this exotic cuisine.

   The countries that border Myanmar like China, India and Thailand,
have influenced Burmese cuisine.

Good Food, Good Value
"Hsa Ba" Please eat.

 Burmese Appetisers
This one delights me most- Balachaung or Crisp Shrimp Relish (on the right bottom).
It tasted like dried "bagoong" or Filipino shrimp paste. It is so addictive!

 Hot and Spicy Chicken Rural Curry
comes with rice and soup

 Chicken Curry
served with rice and soup

 Shredded Feather-back Fish Salad

 Sun's Chicken "Danbauk / Danpauk" or Burmese Biryani 
is a popular dish eaten by the locals in Myanmar.
It's the Burmese adaptation of Indian Biryani.
Typically, the chicken is cooked with the rice and mixed with cashew nuts,
raisins, yoghurt, peas, cloves, cinnamon, saffron and bayleaf.

 Fried Pork Roll

 Fried Noodle

After Dinner Mints

Aung San Suu Kyi, the democracy icon of Burma (now officially known as Myanmar). 

Sun's Burmese Kitchen
10 Tulloch Street, Blacktown

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