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The Burmese cookery book opens a door into a well-equipped kitchenette.
The Burma Superstars restaurant in San Francisco was empty for years after it was opened in 1992 by a Chinese-Burmese married couple on Clement Street (the "other Chinatown"). The situation was different when they bought it in 2000 to restaurant newcomers Desmond Tan and Joycelyn Lee. Cultivating China's cuisine, cultivating Burmese cuisine and bringing their ethnical niches to one of the world's major cuisines.
Dining was so popular that a cookery book was just published: "Burma Superstar: The Addictive Crossroads of Southeast Asia" by Tan and Kate Leahy, with 90 great colorful side bars and 90 great food stories about Burma and its cuisines. It contains recipies for two typical meals, raindrop lettuce (with more than 20 ingredients) and tealeafs.
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Not only is this wholesome chicken-carbonara meal totally tasty, it is also lower in fats and lower in calories than conventional pasta-carbonara.
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The Hunan & Mandarin restaurant is open for lunches and dinners, comfortable furnishings and good cuisine. Apparently it is a Burmese restaurant, very much liked and long waits, but in non-productive times much more sensible waits. Another great Burmese restaurant, open for lunches and dinners and when you are in Burma superstar, walking for over an hr to Mandalay, which is only 10 minutes away.
You should be expecting a waiting period, but much more sensible and just as good. It'?s delicious, but expensive. Italien cuisine in beautiful surroundings. This is a favourite restaurant with open-air dining. Just a few moments on foot from your device will take you to perhaps the best look at SF Bay, and a great place to take a photo with your significant other.
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