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Yangon Ruby brings Burmese upscale to Palo Alto
Aye and Tin are two former employees of Burma Superstar who opened a new white-clad Burmese Rangoon Ruby in Palo Alto this week. The 67-seat dinning room will have a lounge in verdant jadem arble and a beige-orange colouring.
Burmese cuisine has Hindu, Thai and Mandarin flavours, and the concept here is to bring classic dishes like samosa, salted and chili balamari and chickens and shrimp biryanis so Silicon Valley to you. Approximately 30 items are on the list and splitting is recommended.
Yangon Ruby #2 now open | Peninsula Foodist | Elena Kadvany
I' m an eternally starving reporter, I' m a native and grown up in Menlo Park and currently work at Palo Alto Weekly as an author of educational and juvenile books. I' m an eternally starving reporter, I' m a native and grown up in Menlo Park and currently work at Palo Alto Weekly as an author of educational and juvenile books.
Although my first romance is to be a reporter, the dinner is the second. I am always on the lookout for information resources and online sites with an eyes for the latest regional and international newspapers, from the opening and closing of restaurants to new nutrition alerts. I used to go to town every weekend when I was a kid in Menlo Park to find a better lunch than at home.
However, over the past year or so, the peninsula's eating habits have changed completely, with many new places to eat and a steady flow of San Francisco eating places heading southwards to open the peninsula's outer posts. Don't sail hungrily and alone through this nutrition booming! The only Burmese Downtown Palo Alto restuarant so successful that it has opened a second venue, just a few steps from the first.
At 326 University Ave, the former home of the Figo food shop, guests can now savour typical Burmese dishes such as lettuce and pasta nana yi doks. Rangoon Ruby General Managers Rodel Marquez said they were looking for a bigger place when they tripped over the open area.
Said they're not concerned about running two diners this near each other (Rangoon Ruby is at 445 Emerson Street). And the new place is called Burma Ruby. Myanmar Ruby is open at the same time as Rangoon Ruby, which opened in June 2012 in the former Cafe Baklava.
Proprietor John Lee, a Burmese native and grown up in Burma, is also a vet of the Bay Area Burma Superstar food group.