{sf} love for burma love

April 22, 2017

I haven’t had Burmese food that many times, but I love it. There seem to be quite a few places in San Francisco to get this type of Asian food now and I’m excited that people now have access to more types of Asian cuisine. Just earlier this week, I had a chance to visit Burma Love in the Mission on Valencia. Just a block north of the crazy of where most of the restaurants on Valencia area, Burma Love is a bit set apart, but it’s quite the draw for people looking for something a little different. Of course I had to start with meal with Tea Leaf Salad, which is such an interesting mix of textures and flavors unlike any other salad you’ve ever had before. Then I tried the Moh Hinga (Catfish Chowder Noodle Soup), which is a fish chowder with rice noodles, ground catfish, onions, cilantro, lemon, and topped with chili. All so yummy!

Tea Leaf Salad

Ingredients to go into the Fish Chowder

Fish Chowder


2 Responses to “{sf} love for burma love”

  1. annalice said

    omgosh i tried burmese food for the first time when i was in sf last month!! i think it was called burma superstar? the food was SOO good and in love with the tea leaf salad!!

  2. attrace said

    Interesting don’t think I’ve ever tried Burmese food! Now I want to though!

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