Burmese Restaurant Milpitas

Milpitas Burmese Restaurant

This is one of the best Thai restaurants in the Bay Area. Burmese top restaurants in Fresno. At D&B Milpitas this week. See the menu for Burma House and restaurants in Milpitas, CA. I ordered from this restaurant well over a year and the food is consistent and delicious.

Oakland's Galeto Brazil Grill opens; Moh Kitchen in Milpitas offering Burmese food

We have a small selection of Brasilian diners for a second - then three open in rapid sequence. It may be World Cup Fevers, but San José's new Fogo de Chao and Taurinus, which we just talked about a few months ago, will soon be complemented by Oakland's Galeto Brazil Grill, which will open in the old Le Cheval room.

This restaurant is scheduled to open earlier this months with a fixed price meal ($34.95 for supper, $18.95 for lunch) containing brasilian steaks cut at your tables, as well as bio chickens and noodles. When you somehow succeed in saving space for desserts, the a la card candies are like cake, creme de papers and a brasilian sandwich custard that really does sound very bad.

Barreto, a native of Brazil, comes from the Espetus Churrascaria in San Francisco, co-founded by Galeto proprietor Eli Nascimento. Kongudomzin have opened a Milpitas Restaurant, Moh Kitchen, where the main emphasis is on Burmese cooking. This new restaurant specialises in MSG-free and vegetable meals and offers various Burmese curry (pork with marinated ricotta is the best selling dish), pasta meals, salad made from virgin or marinated tealeaf or chick peas and toofu as well as starters.

We also offer the standard range of curry and pasta, from mussels to padstihai. Gourmets can avoid the chestnut gluten rices for desert and try Burmese sponge pie instead, a soothing, egg-free candy. It also calms the taste buds after a tasty meal. Monday-Saturday lunches and dinners at 1244 S. Abel Street, Milpitas.

This meeting, supported by Dishcrawl San Jose and the City Moms Blog Network, begins at 6:30 pm at the Da Kine Island Grill, 23 N. Market St. Tickets, $30, at www.dishcrawl.com/mommyfoodieSJ. Former editor-in-chief of the gourmet journal reads from "Delicious" and signs the volume this months in Pleasanton and Palo Alto.

She will be talking about teas and delicacies at 11:00-19 May at a free meeting at Towne Center Books, 555 Main St., Pleasanton; book by phone 925-846-8826 or email info@townecenterbooks.com. This programme will take place at Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto.

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