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B Star is our go-to for Burmese and food for lunch, brunch, or dinner. It’s less of a sh*tshow than Burma Superstar down the street and has basically the same menu plus more Chinese and Japanese dishes. The space is also much more pleasant to eat in, especially the back section with high ceilings and open feel that makes you want to hang out for a while. The tea leaf salad is good, of course, as is the lamb curry and basil chicken. For brunch, we like the french toast or tuna don.

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