IMG_1291-EDIT low resYee Cho (pronounced ‘yay cho’) is a Burmese dining experience for those looking to discover something different. Hosted by half-Burmese chef Freya Coote, the pop up takes its name from a close family friend who taught her how to cook Burmesedishes and cared for her Nana. Yee Cho also means sweet or fresh water inBurmese, a metaphor for the undiscovered food of Myanmar.  IMG_1124-EDIT low res

Much of what is served at Yee Cho is based on traditional recipes from Freya’s family kitchen in Yangon alongside other dishes that take inspiration from typical Burmese ingredients to create something completely new. Food is served in sharing bowls to reflect the tradition of eating communally and is also a chance to get to know other diners.43950022-EDIT low res

As Burma (or Myanmar) becomes more popular with travellers, interest in its rich culture and unique food is rapidly increasing. The food of Myanmar brings together sweet, sour and salty flavours along with crunchy textures, offering its own strong identity.

Hosted at the much-loved boozer The Gun in Homerton, expect a special dining experience; something entirely new for London foodies.

Yee Cho takes place on Tuesday 23rd August, please see below for the August menu. Another Burmese dinner will also take place on Tuesday 25th October.


Green Tea, Ginger and Gin Cocktail

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Prawn Glass Noodle Salad


Crispy Chickpea Glass Noodle Salad (v)

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Laepet Thoke (Pickled Green Tea Leaf Salad), Fresh Tomatoes, Fried Bean Mix and Dried Prawns


Lahpet Thoke (Pickled Green Tea Leaf Salad), Fresh Tomatoes, Fried Bean Mix (v)

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Coconut Chicken Curry


Split Pea Fritters (v)

Coriander Omelette Curry

Roasted Aubergine Salad

Fried Sweetcorn

Toasted Coconut and Sweet Onion Rice

Balachaung (Dried Prawn Condiment)

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White Chocolate and Lime Posset, Mango Purée, Peanut Brittle Crumb

Iced Watermelon and Mint Shot

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