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Myanmar Shwe - Closed - 43 photos & 88 votes - Burmese - 810 B St, San Rafael, CA, United States - Restaurant Ratings - Telephone number
This evening we added fried chickens (firm) and the tasty kebabat chickens. There is always a lot of meal and we always like the owner - she always provides explanations and I appreciate that she always takes back our order and when we come to get it - I never came home and I noticed that I was not there.
Magnificent Myanmar and Thailand cuisine with many possibilities for vegetarians. It has definitely developed well since my first visit, and that's great (and not surprising) to see. A further perceptible and affirmative difference was the waiting period after ordering; we received our tickets within a few moments. So, this year I tried the Myanmar Fried and Nan Gyi Dok (chicken kurry thick noodles), which I would both order again.
I' m going to the next round of the curried luncheon promotion! She asked for her pint in the glacier. We' ve both got poultry platters. Poultry casserole not as thick as the one we are used to, and a meal with roasted chickens. A lot of roasted cloves of paprika and jalapeño.
Dinner is somewhere between Indian and Thai. First we began with her Samusa vegetable stew with Burmesi type vegetable broth with velvet sausages, falafeln, lenses, kale and onion. It is followed by Lap Pat Thut import from Burma, blended walnuts, roasted garden cloves, groundnuts, romaine salad, tomatoes, sunflower kernels, tomatoes, sesame beans, shrimps (or vegetarian).
Cut the cloves like almond, deep-fry and sprinkle liberally over the meal. It' good to have a few better dishes in Marin, and Shwe Myanmar is no different. Myanmar cuisine in San Rafael! already blended not as lavish as other Burmesian places vinegar delicious, reminding me of China poultry lettuce - veal tie meat very delicate, flavorless, brownie points for the eatable taste of curries light, multicolor, some metric tons after-taste.
waiting for dinner while the waitress was clearing the desks. Dinner came out super-fast and warm. I' ve got intolerant foods, so I wasn't really thrilled to find them in the noodles. Otherwise the cuisine, the environment and the services were great and I look forward to going back soon.
You' ll have to try the slice of loaf under the starter card, which is accompanied by a tasty poultry red wine and a 22-piece mixed lettuce. Don't neglect to reserve space for the crisp, glutinous liquid-mangos. Thanks for the genuine food and the wholesome opportunities for veggie and butcher! and a Burmese roast chickenson.
Dinner was in 15 minutes. Everything was mellow and hot and the accompanying poultry cured. Roasted paddy was indifferent. I' ve had better roasted paddy before. For those who like high-value, crisp, Burmese dishes that can be enjoyed in a stylish or trendy room, with a variety of choices for mostly vegetable, non-soy or hot meals, you might look elsewhere.
We were thrilled to have two new choices for Marin Myanmar cuisine. We' ve chosen to try Shew Myanmar first. As my mate has some dietary limitations, we asked beforehand about gluten-free and soy-free cuisine. We were reassured by the person who answered the telephone that we would have many things to do.
This work of art is Myanmar, but the feeling is utilityistic and cheap. Simply is surely ok if the services and meals are good. Loving Myanmar cooking, I wish they would do one thing with this astonishing meal, is to buy locally produced organically grown meats, like Stemple Creek or one of the other astonishing farmers, that would take their heaven of shops to the stage of sol foods, but even without the organically grown meats, it's still astonishing!
I' m very acquainted with Burma's cooking and was very thrilled to try this place. It was very impressive of the meal. They treat my significant others and I with as much reverence as we came in.