The food in Mae Sot has been varied and wonderful.
Typical street food vendor
A dish with Morning Glory. It is fabulous, but also illegal to grow in the U.S. because it is considered a “noxious weed”
Burmese Tea Leaf Salad. It has crunchy peanuts and lentils in it.
Thai vegetable soup dish
One day I went to a very small street side market and got almost everything they had to try for about two bucks. Here were two things.
fish and chips. Small fried balls of fish and french fries.
Donut on a stick
It was swirled inside
And of course…
The outdoor kitchen of my guest house. I wish I had one.
Food of Noh Poe Refugee Camp
Filled pocket. Unsure what was in it.
A tortilla type thing, only more flexible and warm bean/onion filling.
The food in camp that you could buy at restaurants was good. Soups with meat, dumplings, vegetables and noodles, rice, fried pockets of things.
Noodles with Vegetables
Fried pancake with sweet condensed milk in-between
Cooking. I could pay and take it with me.
Students at lunch at a restaurant. 5 people, about $4.
A type of pancake with coconut