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Harmoneat - CLOSED

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Closed down 30 June - very sad - it was great while it lasted!

Harmoneat's cooking school closed on 30 June. Their next project claims that "it's going to take... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2015
Great staff, great food, great experience

Together with a group of Danish students I had the pleasure of participating in a cooking lesson at... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2015
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5 Sep 2015
“Closed down 30 June - very sad - it was great while it lasted!”
22 Jun 2015
“Great staff, great food, great experience”
Learn to shop, cook and eat like a local! Harmoneat offers unique cooking classes in the heart of Yangon. Choose from our weekly classes or arrange your own private class. Experience the bustling heart of Yangon's markets, learn about Myanmar's...more
402 Kantawkalay Housing Building A | Mingala Taunyyunt Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
+95 9 255 799 397
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Reviewed 5 September 2015

Harmoneat's cooking school closed on 30 June. Their next project claims that "it's going to take sustainable voluntourism to a whole new level giving people from all over the world the chance to work side by side to create culinary and community magic! It's going...More

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Reviewed 22 June 2015

Together with a group of Danish students I had the pleasure of participating in a cooking lesson at Harmoneat. It started out with a guided walk to the local market where there was rich opportunity to talk about the different foods, the prices but also...More

2  Thank Peter H
Reviewed 29 April 2015

really worth while adding on the market visit. Great people with a great cause. We cooked and tasted seven dishes. I really loved the fermented tea salad. It was fantastic to set down and have lunch with the staff and share our different experiences. I...More

1  Thank AndyGutschlag
Reviewed 12 April 2015

Very enjoyable experience starting with a visit to the local market to buy the produce, through to the enjoyment of sitting down at the end to eat the excellent lunch. The staff were very friendly, helpful and professional. Would definitely recommend this for visitors to...More

3  Thank Terry D
Reviewed 13 February 2015

Though I'm far from a professional chef, the morning spent with Harmoneat was a fun and educational introduction into the food of Myanmar. I especially enjoyed the visit to the local market to purchase the ingredients for the dishes we prepared, which included a fish...More

4  Thank mefinsf
Reviewed 21 January 2015

My friend and I thoroughly enjoyed our morning learning how to book Burmese food from Lulu and Thiri. Sandar was there too. The Harmoneat team was very organized, friendly and engaging. They shared personal stories and was also very interested in us. As someone staying...More

1  Thank FatboyRed
Reviewed 7 January 2015

We had a ball, first visiting the local market (no other foreigners in sight) to select fresh ingredients, and then preparing and cooking several delicious dishes under the expert tutelage of Lu Lu and Thiri. Then, of course, we got to eat everything. Highly recommended...More

Thank Matthew S
Reviewed 3 January 2015

My husband and I love doing cooking classes when travelling in SE Asia and we rated this course as one of our best experiences. The staff were very engaging, friendly & informative, and also had a lovely sense of fun. The market tour was really...More

1  Thank Linda S
Reviewed 8 December 2014

We attended the cooking class and market tour of Harmoneat in Yangon two weeks ago during our last day in Myanmar. We picked this cooking class because of their vision and mission to connect communities through food (and make the world a better place in...More

1  Thank YvonnePoehee
Reviewed 28 November 2014

This cooking school is one of Yangon's best kept secrets. The market tour is such a good "real city" experience, and a great opportunity to get to grips with the fantastic range of fresh produce available in Myanmar. The cooking school is traditionally equipped and...More

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