A San Francisco dining must. Burmese food that is a mix of Indian, Chinese and other spicy greatness. It was one of the first "foodie" restaurants I heard of in SF and remains one of the best. The wait is typically super long, but if you go on a weeknight and call to put your name on the waiting list before you arrive, it's not too bad. Either way, the wait is worth it - this restaurant is a superstar!
Spicy & Crispy Chicken - My must item. Juicy chicken with what tastes like Kung Pau Krack sauce.
Walnut Shrimp - Big Bubba Gump shrimp with a light, creamy sauce and candied walnuts.
Burmese Samusas - When is a fried appetizer not delicious?
Steak Kebat - Our waiter recommended this for one of our "Burmese side of the menu" items. The difference seemed to be more of an Indian flavor - mint and spicy herbs.
Rainbow Salad - It's a solid salad (all 22 ingredients of it), but I prefer the Tea Leaf Salad.