Burmese Restaurant PortlandPortland Burmese Restaurant
Burma's first restaurant is now open on Killingsworth Street.
Burmese cooking is the next big thing among Asia kitchens in San Francisco. However, in Portland the kitchen was mostly without a home, although it is an odd pen on the feathers of Naomi Pomeroy's expatriate restaurant feathers, serving a nice tealeaf lettuce complemented by unconventional greens papayas and Tasty N Sons, which have produced Burmese redshog.
His chef, Tommy Schopp, is not an expatriate from Myanmar, but a lover of the kitchen: he first had the passionate, fermenting mixture of Thai and Asian culinary culture that distinguishes Myanmar at dinner in San Francisco. Schopp's Take on Tee leaf Salat ($8), Burma's statewide meal, contains a hilly richness of kale, and he maintains the Burmese custom of allowing feeders to meddle with their own tomatoes, walnuts and seed.
Fermenting tealeaves are not shredded as a whole but as an herbaceous plant, which makes the infusion more accentuated than the centrepiece. Nevertheless, the dominating scents of lemon, seafood, sesame and leafy sauces blend wonderfully with the cracking of kale and a touch of lemon. This lettuce becomes monotonous and should be better as a side dish.
Other than that, there is a seasoned $8 carrots lettuce, roasted chick peas and a couple of curry, each mixed with an absolutely rich variety of white and white pepper. And both are crowned with the satisfactory crispy of roasted spring onions.
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