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Feel International brings Myanmar cuisine to Thailand

Myanmar restaurant chain Feel International is set to open in Thailand.

Opening in the popular Bangkok tourist area of Pratunam on Thursday (January 24), the group intends to introduce Myanmar cuisine to Thai consumers and foreigners.

“At present, many restaurants are attempting to cater to the needs of tourists from China, however there are eight flights to Bangkok from Yangon every day, and there are tens of thousands of Myanmar citizens working and studying there, so there is a potential market for Myanmar cuisine”, said Feel International operations director Ko Johnny.

“This is the very first Myanmar restaurant opened in a foreign capital city. Bangkok is one of the biggest restaurant markets in the world. It offers a wide variety of cuisine, even something as exotic in Asia as Ethiopian. Bangkok is the first step for Myanmar traditional food to penetrate the international markets”, he said.

The restaurant intends to serve lunch boxes with Myanmar favourites for Myanmar people working in companies and offices around the area.

Discussions are being held to open further restaurants in Chiang Mai and Mesauk.

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