The Burma Superstar location in SoMa actually feels like a nightclub with its tall ceilings, huge bar, and a second level that looks like a VIP lounge. But instead of people crowding around the bar and dancing to so-so house music, they’re eating the same great food you can get at the other Burma locations, like the tea leaf salad and rich curries with beef. If you’ve got clients in from out of town who want to stick close to Union Square, bring them here to give them a quick dose of real San Francisco before you get back to pitching them on expanding your partnership.
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Herbal is a fantastic new Burmese spot in the Tenderloin - and they’re serving some of the best takeout we’ve had lately.
BStar Cafe in the Richmond serves the same Burmese food as its sibling, Burma Superstar, but a shorter wait.
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