Burmese Kitchen POPS UP bright and cheery for 1 year in the Inner Richmond
In this new year, with new neighbors, we’re bringing classic Burmese Kitchen flavors. We’re excited to let all of you know we’ll be doing a 1-year POP UP in the heart of the Inner Richmond.
3815 Geary Blvd.
btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave.
San Francisco, CA
11:30a - 3:00p
on Sat. & Sun.
Move over Tea Leaf Salad, the Burmese Kitchen has a new original dish that is soon to be a classic. What Chef Dennis has named Pal Kyak Thok or Crispy Fried Pea Salad is an unique blend of classic Burmese Flavors.
Burmese Kitchen’s Ong Noh Kau Swel (Coconut Chicken Soup) is true Burmese soul food.
When Burmese Kitchen closed its doors last fall due to "landlord problems," the Lin family was optimistic that they would bounce back as soon as possible, maybe even in a new neighborhood. Now, it looks like Burmese Kitchen truly will live to serve another tea leaf salad.
Burmese Kitchen was one of last year’s sad local casualties — or so we thought! Though the Lin family closed up their five-year-old eatery on Larkin Street in the Tenderloin at the end of November, they have now found a new space out west for a one-year pop-up.