This is one of those hidden gems that is a must visit. Luckily we could skip the long queue but I feel the place is worth the wait. Authentic and amazing food. You rarely get to dine this fine.
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Had a group of friends meet for lunch here. It was an opportunity to try a little bit of around 7 to 8 different dishes, and I was underwhelmed. I kept looking for the wow factor, as I nibbled on everything served. Service was good-...More
What a busy and interesting little restaurant! They don't take reservations, and they were hopping busy, but we only had to wait 20 minutes for a table. They have a bench on the sidewalk that has has heaters above it and they offer tea while...More
Three of us=$100 with tip. Only one drink- a mango lassi 8oz at $4..75 and it was good. Rainbow salad not that super. Samosa soup good. Chicken mushroom entree not good- textures too chewy, so avoid. Other entrees were fried tofu and tofu with green...More
Burma Superstar on Clement street in San Francisco is undoubtedly one of the best places to dine in San Francisco. The quality has remained consistent over time as have the crowds lining up outside. Wait time at 7 PM on a Wednesday was around 30...More
When you enter this place it doesn't look like much. The first thing you notice is a room packed with people sitting in front of steaming plates of food - that smell and look absolutely mouth-watering. We ordered a soup to share as a starter...More
My son and I were lucky to get a seat without a wait. The food did not disappoint. The fermented tea was absolutely incredible. My son said it was "life changing"!