Crowned as the unofficial national dish of Burma, mohinga is a fish and rice noodle soup that can, depending on the region, be enriched with an array of different ingredients by adding them to the soup or using them as a dressing or garnish. When it comes to the origin, various accounts exist, some of them dating as far back to the first century.
By the 19th century, mohinga was regarded as a working-class meal due to its low cost, but over time, it has become so popular that today it can even be purchased as a ready-made soup. Although this fish soup is typically consumed for breakfast, it evolved into an all-day dish that is traditionally sold by street hawkers and roadside sellers.
Sun’s Burmese Kitchen has been serving Mohinga since our establishment and each day people are being introduced to this flavoursome dish. Over time it has become a crowd favourite and a staple when experiencing Burmese cuisine for the first time.
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