Burma Superstar

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Details
309 Clement St (btwn 4th & 5th Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 387-2147
Burmese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Sharing borders with India, China, Laos and Thailand, Burmese cuisine is inevitably influenced by the spices, seasonings, ingredients, and cooking styles of its neighbors.
  • My last meal on earth will hopefully include a tea leaf salad, samosa soup, superstar vegetarian noodles and lots of sangria and coconut rice.
  • 17. Tea-leaf salad at Burma Superstar(from 7x7's 100 Things to Try Before You Die | http://tr.im/7x7list)
  • Tea Leaf Salad. That's all.
  • Slurp some samusa soup...it's #17 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010.
  • the menu items with an asterisk are Burmese. the rest is Chinese food!!
  • Go to Green Apple Books while you wait for a table
  • Do NOT wait for this restaurant, if they say it will be 15 minutes, it will really be an hour, not worth it.
  • There is just something fun about having the server mix up the 22 ingredients of your rainbow salad in front of you that makes a meal an adventure. - Inspector
  • Avoid the lines, come here on a weekday!
  • This authentic Burmese eatery is life-changing, according to Fiona. Be sure to order the traditional tea leaf salad, made from fermented tea leaves, and sesame chicken or beef.
  • The vegetarian Samosa soup is the Best. Must have !!!
  • Get the tea leaf salad. It is gorgeous and delish!
  • Order poodi deep fried bread with lamb curry ... Just awesome experience
  • tea leaf salad + chili lamb + coconut rice
  • this place rocks. rainbow salad, samusa soup, sesame beef, pea shoots and coconut rice is a winning meal.
  • Rainbow salad is a must to try
  • Try the Tea Leaf Salad
  • Call n put ur name on the list before you leave, otherwise u'll wait over an hour to get seated!
  • Order the Samosa soup, tea leaf salad and rainbow salad. Don't argue with me..do it.