Burlingame Is Home To The Best Burmese Near SFO

What:

Mingalaba A very authentically prepared and reasonable priced Burmese food. Also, super-close (only a twelve-minute drive) from SFO.

Where:

Downtown Burlingame 1213 Burlingame Ave. Burlingame, CA 94010 [wpgmza id="286"]

When:

Elegant and stylish enough for a date night, but also casual enough for a cheap lunch in Burlingame. Also, if you've got a layover in SFO and want to get your Burmese fix, this is the place to go.

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