Category Archives: Food

Veganism in European Culture

Hello everyone! Today we are going to dive into the fascinating world of veganism and see how it is experienced in Europe compared to Asia, and more specifically, in Burma. [...]

Ma Khin’s Second Decolonial Food event

Ma Khin Café had a full house for its second Decolonial Food event. The Decolonial community responded to the call and turned up for another enjoyable evening in good company. [...]

December comes full of surprises

Dear Friends, December comes full of surprises. Here at Ma Khin Café we are all about meeting up and sharing. I’ve spent many years travelling around the world trying new food [...]

Ma Khin Café in Cuina Oberta: this year with a live gluten-free Thai cooking demo

Cuina Oberta is back again this autumn and, as always, Ma Khin Café is taking part. From next Monday, 9 November through till Wednesday 29 November, you can make the [...]

Steve Anderson gives cooking demo at Gastrónoma 2023

Gastrónoma 2023: This coming 13 November at the Diputación de Valencia booth Don’t miss Steve Anderson’s exciting cooking demo at Gastrónoma 2023 this coming 13 November at the booth of [...]

Ma Khin Café, receives Tripadvisor’s Travellers´ Choice Award 2023

This award celebrates restaurants receiving a high number of excellent opinions and comments in the Tripadvisor community over a 12-month period. For the platform, giving this award recognizes excelence in [...]

A history of Burma: food, family and conflict

Did you know that the name Ma Khin Café is a tribute to Steve Anderson’s great-grandmother, Ma Khin? Do you know the wonderful love story between his great-grandparents? Ma Khin [...]

Eating in Valencia at Mercado de Colón: Why is Asian food finding favour with tourists and locals alike?

If you happen to be in Valencia and would like to try something different, then this article is for you. Get ready to discover a unique dining experience at the [...]

7 Asian restaurants to visit in London

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life” Samuel Johnson, essayist, 1777 London has been a pivotal place for me throughout my life. I was born there [...]

Ma Khin Café: Decolonial and diverse

Decolonial.- Ma Khin Café opens it’s doors to everyone to everyone. It couldn’t be any other way. Ma Khin was born at the end of the nineteenth century, daughter of [...]