This friendly, unassuming restaurant has been serving up Burmese food for years and has converted so many locals to its charms that it can be hard to get a table. Their famous tea salad (pickled tea leaves mixed with lentils, nuts, sesame seeds, and chilli) is both unlikely and unbelievably delicious with a crunchy texture. Dishes are designed to be shared and are all entrée size, so you can try a few different tastes. Food is fresh and light, with the salads and seafood
a particular highlight. Their crème brûlée isn't from Burma, but is a favorite here—flamed with cointreau.