Lamb is excellent, sour leaf is a must. Skip the tea leaf salad.
The tea leaf salad is awesome and unusual. Four of us waited 10min for a table at 7pm
Reserve ahead of time and plan for an hour of walking around or buying apps elsewhere. Things to get for 2 people w/leftovers: Samusa Soup, Tea Leaf Salad, Burmese Style Curry Lamb and Nan Pia Dok.
Tea leaf salad and the chicken noodles are good
Leave your name and cell at the counter and walk up the street to have a drink at one of the many bars on Clement. The time flies by and you won't be one of those chumps shivering on the street.
Motherclucker, this place is good. Wait was short enough, and everything was amazing. Some of the best stuff I've had in my life, right off the appetizer list. Get a coconut!
Nyan gyi dok
Everything everyone says is true. Get the tea leaf salad.
Best Burmese food I've had to date. The room temp vegetarian noodles are a must must must.
Get the poodie!
OMG!! Love this place for its appetizers - all very good! Tea Salad is a must and my Fav is the Samusa Soup!! 😋
The tea leaf salad is the best
Tea leaf salad and rainbow salad are both absolutely delicious!
Tea leaf salad is good
10/10 would do again. Make sure to try the tea leaf salad. The shrimp curry and chicken casserole are also amazing! Well balanced flavours and great service.
The tea leaf salad and samusa soup are legit! Get there before they open
The wait time was twice as long as it took for us to eat. Food was good but didn't match high expectations. Sambusa soup and platha was better at b star cafe (their overflow restaurant)
Tea leaf salad to die for. Nom nom nom. There's supposedly a new location in the mission but I can't find it on 4sq (Valencia & Duboce)
Great food! Didn't have to wait too long so don't get discourage by a line :)
Very good food,great variety!Go for early dinner,it gets crowded fast!
Nan pia dok, tea leaf salad and chili lamb is the perfect meal for 2
All burma's curies are delicioso!
The mohinga tastes pretty darn authentic !
Skip this line, go a block away to b star. It's the same owners, mostly the same food, and less crowded
Get the Vegetarian Samusa Soup, Burmese Style Curry with Shrimp and Nan Gyi Dok.
Tea leaf salad, samosa soup, Burmese style noodles, + Burmese style lamb curry. The coconut rice is also unreal!
Tea leaf salad
Tea leaf salad, coconut rice
The Tea Leaf Salad is one of the most amazing foods I have ever had in my entire life. It was and is a huuuuuge blast! Yumm 😋 come here and get it 🐣
Still probably the best Samusa soup of the 6 Burmese places I've tried. Chicken Kebat is craveable and filled with flavor.
Some of the most amazing asian food you'll encounter in San Francisco will be here.
Why is there always a line out the door at this hole in the wall place? Because this is one of the best meals in San Francisco. Super fresh ingredients and food made with love!
Platha dip, fried bread and yummy coconut curry dipping sauce
Naan' pumpkin shrimp...
Love the tea leaf salad, mint chicken, coconut rice and coconut fritters.
Tea leaf salad is the only standout dish here. Go to Mandalay instead.
If the line is too long to endure, check out b star for your tea leaf salad fix (and other similar menu items)
Just delicious! Too bad I live in Mexico City and I can go to the Bay area just a few times per year!
Tea Leaf Salad, salt and pepper chicken, Burmese Curry, Samusa Soup, wok tossed broccoli.
Great food but super long lines.
As a white man I am often profiled and not served spicy food even when I request it. I can confirm that the chili lamb is indeed spicy. They don't hold back. Great place 👿
The tea salad is the standout winner here. Mint chicken is also great
The Lamb Curry is great, and the the Fermented Tea Leaf Salad is a winner. Wait times can be crazy, but an early dinner on a weeknight isn't out of the question. That is, unless you like waiting.
The wait is usually long, but I love that they'll call you when your table is ready so you don't have to just stand there.