I eat: Burma SuperStar [1],[2]

The first time I dined at Burma SuperStar, I waited 2 hours for a table. The meal ended up being worth the wait, but I was determined to not let that happen again. Unfortunately, I wasn’t more prepared my second time and it was another 2 hours spent waiting around. Sorry guys! 😦

Tip: Burma SuperStar allows you to call in and place your name on the list – when a table is ready for you, they’ll give you a call to let you know. Make sure you’re around the area.

I decided to combine the pictures I took from my two trips to showcase a variety of dishes.

My FAVORITE items were:

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Braised Pork Belly

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Tea Leaf Salad

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Garlic Chili Shrimp

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Garlic Noodles with Duck

The pork belly was melt in your mouth UHMAZING and I loved the different textures in the salad. Being such a big garlic lover, the garlic shrimp and noodles were perfect choices.

The other dishes I’ve tried were delicious as well!

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Moh Hinga (catfish chowder)

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Nan Gyi Dok

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Spicy Chicken with Mint

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Burmese Style Curry with Beef

You must order rice with your meal! It’s totally necessary.

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Half Tan Poi and Coconut Rice

And if you still have room (which I highly doubt), I recommend this for dessert:

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Banana Spring Roll with Coconut Ice Cream

I have a love/hate relationship with Burma SuperStar. I really love the food, but the wait is ridiculous. I’ll make sure to follow my own tip next time.

Verdict (1 & 2): 4/5
Burma SuperStar
309 Clement St
San Francisco, CA 94118

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