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Inle Burmese Cuisine


822 Irving St, San Francisco
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Early 2023, Inle Burmese Cuisine moved from its original Noe Valley location to a bigger space in the Inner Sunset. Even if they were to set up shop inside the bison paddock, we’d navigate the herds and follow them—their Burmese specialties are that good. From mohinga, a fish and rice noodle soup, to fragrant chicken curry with chunks of potatoes, the comfort dishes don’t miss. The casual spot also has lunch specials on weekdays, a menu of Thai dishes like pad see ew and Thai fried rice, and plenty of space to sit—all added bonuses to coming here. 

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