BStar tends to be where people head when they’re told about the two-hour wait at Burma Superstar, and for good reason. The tea leaf salad is just as good, the platha and dip are better, and the back room is a great place to hang out, drink Singhas, and try as much of the menu as you can. They also do a solid brunch – especially the tofu scramble and salmon ochazuke.
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Burma Superstar in the Richmond is one of the best Burmese spots in the city, and you should eat there whenever you can.
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