Myanmar Festive Lunch

Bailliage of Myanmar
Yangon, December 7, 2019

Goodbye in real style to 2019
" Yet another fantastic memory to cherish "

The Bailliage said goodbye to 2019 in real style. The festivities of the holiday season were thoroughly enjoyed together before parting for family reunions.

On a lovely Sunday afternoon, members and their guests were welcomed at the scenic Orng Kitchen for a sumptuous Christmas lunch. The event was graced by the presence of Grand Officier Peter Green from the Bailliage of Bangkok in Thailand.

On the wooden deck, surrounded by lotus-filled ponds, we started with chilled glasses of champagne and specially-created canapés by Chef Orng Joitamois, a homegrown Myanmar boy.

Orng Kitchen’s philosophy of "love, passion and dedication" truly reflects Chef Orng’s personality. He spent many years in Edinburgh training with Scotland’s best chefs to perfect his cooking skills. However, Chef Orng was determined to return to Yangon to open his own restaurant.

Since achieving his dream, Chef Orng’s contribution to the city’s dining scene has made him one of the pillars of fine dining in Myanmar.


Goat’s cheese mousse, texture of beetroot, walnut crouton
BBQ pork slider on red polenta
Chicken and foie gras ballotine, smoked egg, balsamic
Asian salmon tartare
Champagne Drappier Brut NV


Carrot and coriander soup
Château de la Font du Loup - Côtes du Rhône

Rambutan wood smoked butterfish
wild basil, capers, lemon buttercream
Bava Gavi di Gavi - Piedmont

Roasted turkey wrapped in bacon
pork and apricot stuffing, sautéed root vegetables, jus
Château Corbin - Bordeaux

White chocolate mousse
chocolate soil, texture of wild strawberries, mint
Bava Moscato d'Asti - Piedmont

The menu was a celebration of local produce paired with wonderful wines. Yet another fantastic memory to cherish thus making a wonderful end to a good year for the Bailliage of Myanmar.

Shahbaz Qureshi
Chargé de Presse

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