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— by Nicholas Jordan: Sun’s Burmese Kitchen isn’t Hsan Myint Aung’s first restaurant. In 1996 he opened Eastern Sun on one of the main streets in Blacktown, in Sydney’s west. It was an Asian restaurant with a broad multicultural menu, as the name suggested. It didn’t work, but Aung knew what he’d done wrong. “I had mixed up all the foods: Indonesian food, Malay food. That was my mistake. I was not specialised,” he says. “I didn’t have much experience, it was difficult.” …

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July 23, 2019