Burma Superstar Sister RestaurantMyanmar Superstar Sister Restaurant
Philippine type sausage, roasted mushrooms with roasted mushrooms, sun-drenched egg and gherkin lettuce, accompanied by sweet corn wine vinegar, ideal for dip sausage!
Philippine type sausage, roasted mushrooms with roasted mushrooms, sun-drenched egg and gherkin lettuce, accompanied by sweet corn wine, ideal for dip sausage! South Tyrolean stewed veal fillet of mutton with lettuce and lettuce. Mushrooms in three tasty flavours, roasted brussel with furicaca, seafood gravy, cracked rices, Parmigiano, delicious!
v* ) Savoury, crunchy cabbage in a crunchy, crispy-sweet chilli sauces. It' s so tasty! Roasted brussel with furicaca, seafood gravy, cracked paddy, parmigiano, tasty! Three tasty types of puree. Fillet of pig sausage, roasted mushrooms, roasted mushrooms, sun-drenched egg and gherkin lettuce accompanied by sugared sauerkraut.
v ) Quiinoa with toofu, sautéed fungi, butter nut pumpkin, aubergines, peppers and green cabbage, cu-rysauce, sautéed brussel with furicaca, seafood sauces, rices and parmigiano, delicacy! v* ) tasty, crunchy cabbage in a crunchy, aromatic chili-sweet-sauce! v* ) slightly sautéed tartar and Bananenchips with chili-limealt. perfectly with beers.
with whole yellows pea, brusselage, paprika and onion. v* ) aromatic, crunchy cabbage in a crunchy, aromatic chilli-peppery sauce. Three tasty rice porridge sorts.
Sister restaurant to Burma Super Star - Review of B Star, San Francisco, CA
The Burma Super Star also owns this place. More home-style, different menus. Dinner is very good, but I like Burma Super Star. However, it is simpler to get a desk at B Star. After stumbling across B Star, I was a little bit wasted and very starving.
The employees were kind and supportive and I had a great meal in this little neighborhood restaurant. It was an interesting meal with a number of veggie choices. This was also a great way to learn about Burma cuisine and the gingerbread soda was the ideal pick-up. Me, my man, my nephew and I had dinner here tonight because the waiting time at the Burma Superstar was too long and the Burma Superstar was recommmend.
I waited almost an hours for Burma Superstar and decided to get off the line and go to B Stars, the other restaurant that belongs to the Burma Super Stars and is only two blocks from there. I' m so glad I found this amazing restaurant. With some menus from the Superstar Menue, B Stars offer a large part of the extraordinarily well-prepared pan-Asian cuisine.
All my group of four grown-ups were amazed by the high class materials and the extraordinary flavours of all the dishes we ordered. but I was told how good B-Star is when we had a big dinner here with a big celebration (8 people). It' s very delicious and I liked the tealeaf lettuce (in my mind better than the grocery café and the champa garden), the glutinous finger and the B-shoots.