So after a soft introduction into the tea house tradition at Rangoon Tea House, we were off to experience it the local way, at Yangon’s Lucky Seven. Completely, utterly different 🙂 This time for breakfast. For my brain and my stomach noodles etc. are something I have for dinner, not for my first meal of the day. At least not before 9 in the morning. Still full from all I had devoured the day before, and too early for hot food, I am afraid I wasn’t the most adventurous person this morning. As usual my local friend took charge of food and drinks selection – bless her! Don’t know if we were a little late since a lot of the items on the menu they didn’t have. Regardless, along came tea with milk, which tasted like hot chocolate, some buns with chicken, fried rice, soup, and something – I don’t remember what is was. Just that when I said to her husband: Is that chicken feet?, he replied: Yep, that’s chicken feet, as he fished them out of the bowl 😀 Needless to say this is a traditional tea house in all ways of the word. Now I have done both!