Teashops are important and integral part of life in Burma. There are many styles of teashops but the most popular is the road side teashop, where the teashop is opened on a pavement on the side of the road. Small low tables are laid down on the pavement, and the customers sit on small stools. Usually, black tea is served with a few snacks, and free flow of green tea.
A new trend among Burmese city dwellers is to have breakfast at a tea shop. Therefore, many teashops serve not only tea but a selection of breakfast snacks such as mohinga, coconut noodle, fried rice, samosa. and spring roll all enjoyed on this incredibly small furniture.
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24 nov 2009