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Burmese Kitchen Resurrects Itself in the Inner Richmond

Tea-leaf salads and more in the former To Hyang space.

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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. The Bold Italic reports that Burmese Kitchen has officially popped up at in the old To Hyang space in the Inner Richmond, and will remain there for the next year. And after three nights of soft openings, they are now open for business.

The predominantly vegetarian restaurant will continue to serve old favorites like the aforementioned tea leaf salad, curries, noodles and decent selection of vegan options ranging from $6.95- $9.50. And according to their liquor license, they'll also be serving beer and wine. For now they'll be open from 5-10pm, with plans to add weekend lunch in the near future.

Burmese Kitchen

3815 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94118

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