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Burmese Restaurant

Yamo

62 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

Sharon
Sharon
September 11, 2019
small spot with great Burmese food. $
Mika
Mika
November 12, 2018
10 seats available, super cheap incredible Burmese food. Get the tea salad and house noodles
Connie
Connie
August 15, 2018
Delicious authentic Burmese food served on a luncheon counter top. No it's not fancy & the 2 ladies behind the counter are less than friendly. But you can't beat the taste or the prices--best dishes Tea Leaf Salad, Chicken Curry & a big bow of Chicken Noodle Soup--each only $6.25. In San Francisco,…
Billy
Billy
May 19, 2018
12 seat, cash only, counter only "restaurant" serving Burmese food (similar to Chinese). Best to go after lunch/dinner people depart. Very popular, inexpensive eatery that locals love.
Tim
Tim
April 19, 2018
Cash-only, hole-in-the wall cheap, but authentic Burmese food. Best for takeout and to enjoy in the park, but also inside if you are able to get a seat! Closed on Sundays.

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Location
3406 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Mission District
Phone+1 415-553-8911
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Monday 12:00 AM
Reservations
No
Credit Cards
No
Outdoor Seating
No
Menus
Lunch, Dinner
Dining Options
Take-out, No Delivery
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