I’ll admit it: I’ve never eaten Burmese food. I’m mundane whenever I go out to eat because I stick to Japanese, Italian, or even American hamburgers. But when I stumbled upon Burma Café, I could only describe it as a classy and petite restaurant with delicious dishes. My stomach can’t take too much spiciness, but it wasn’t a problem for any of my multiple visits. I’ve had the main pillars of Burmese food: Samusa soup, tea-leaf salad, garlic noodles, and catfish soup. The location is in Daly City and is described as a hidden treasure that practically screams 5-star ambiance. The closest and most authentic restaurant is in San Francisco so Burma Café is the perfect for the outskirts of San Francisco. With an art gallery for scenery and a great spot for large parties, Burma Café is shaping up rather nicely if you’re looking for a delightful Burmese meal.