Tag Archives: food

Top 15 Dishes in Burma

Great blog post and excellent photos:

http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/2009/02/the-better-side-burmese-cuisine/

We are certain the writer isn’t referring to our place when saying they had lackluster Burmese food in San Francisco. But, if you are in the area, come in and try it out for yourself :)

Our Current Menu at Little Yangon in Daly City

Come by for wi-fi

We have many different Burmese dishes to choose from. Fresh cooked vegetarian dishes, authentic slow cooked soups and curries. Come by and try the authentic Burmese food at Little Yangon Restaurant in Daly City.

Our Current Menu at Little Yangon.

Free Drink with Tea Leaf Salad

If you say “Ms. Tun Yum Yum ” we will give you a free drink with our World Class Tea Leaf Salad.

Stop in and try the authentic Burmese food at Little Yangon Restaurant on the Daly City/SF border on Mission Street, near BART.

Our Current Menu at Little Yangon.

We are on Fire…

People always ask about our “Secret Sauce”, and we say it comes from love of our people, culture, and the Bay Area. If you come in and say “Ms. Tun Yum Yum”, you will get a free dessert with your order of a tea leaf salad.

Our Current Menu at Little Yangon Restaurant in Daly City.

Thank you Twitter Followers

We are approaching 1,000 twitter followers! Thank you for your support.

Food … A weapon of War?!?! The Karen peoples of Burma

Informative blog post about the Karen peoples of Burma:

For the most part I believe in clichés. I mean they are clichés for a reason right? Cleanliness is a state of mind, Live and Learn, What goes around comes around . . . etc. These are inherent truths to me. But one cliché that has been standing out as a glaring falsity lately is “All is fair in love and war”…[Full Article Here]

Got WIFI?

Attention all students: If you want some Burmese food sprinkled with WI- FI. Please drop by Little Yangon, located at the Top of the Hill Daly City.

See our current menu HERE.

**Another great Daly City business: Clear Vision Eyecare on Mission Street.