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If you haven't already seen Action Bronson and his crew go around the world looking for delicious eats, be sure to check out his Bay Area adventures with a stop at Burma Superstar. It was so fun to host him and his friends!
San Francisco has one of the largest Burmese communities in the country, and no spot is better (or faster growing) than Burma Superstar on Bubble tea–happy Clement Street (there are also outposts in Alameda and Oakland, should you stray across the bay). Start with a tea-leaf salad (tossed at the table), and then get a mix of curries, stir fries, noodle dishes, and stews (Burmese food borrows from Indian, Chinese, and Thai). The pumpkin pork stew is so delicious and soothing, it'll make you wish it was freezing out. But it won't be. It'll be 55 degrees. It's always 55 degrees here. You don't even need Google Maps for this one: Just watch for the huddle of people queuing for Burma's legendary garlic noodles and samusa soup.High Treason (a new wine bar) and the Bitter End (a pub) are both really close by, and you could wait there too. You'll be hungry, but patience builds character. – Vice Travel Staff
Worth it? Yes. Burma Superstar is still one of the leading Burmese restaurants in the city and continue to consistently serve up well-prepared dishes. Their tea leaf salad also stands up to the hype.
–Dianne de Guzman, SF Gate