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Posted by Anonymous on 11/08/2010
The price is little high.
Posted by Mark on 06/24/2010
Sucked, this restaurant was recommended by someone on the street and figured I'd give it a try. Incredible rip-off, surprisingly it was crowded and I can't figure out why. Possibly it is just superhyped but the waitress was like a used car salesman, agressively recommended anything that was the most expensive and the portion on the rainbow salad was sad. The waiter asks if you've ever had it and then proceeds to explain how there are four kinds of noodles in it for 11.00 dollars. It tasted like a bad Thai salad to me. The somosa soup was like crumbled cornbread in a soup that tasted just like the dressing on the salad. I am still trying to figure out why it was crowded. I really disliked this place. Also, the food seemed to be served out of order, salad, soup, then a long wait for the curry. Left hungry.
Posted by cb3 on 11/10/2009
There is absolutely no comparison. I am a vegetarian and everything I've tried has been amazing. Be SURE to try the deliciously cold vegetarian superstar noodles.
Posted by shahar on 01/23/2009
When I first moved to the Inner Richmond, I went to dinner here with my sister. I ordered vegetarian samusa soup to share and the vegetarian version of the rainbow salad. The salad was wonderful and I highly recommend it. On the other hand, the soup had meat in it and bones. I am a vegetarian and found this upsetting. I never revisited the restaurant again, because I felt like their idea of vegetarian was not actually vegetarian (which happens a lot more than a person would think). It unfortunately made me really suspect of the rest of their vegetarian food. It is too bad, because the soup sounded like I would have liked it.
Posted by picky eater on 04/28/2007
I love Burmese food, and Superstar definitely has great food. But it is so crowded and for some reason diners there love to wear heavy perfumes. I go to another Burmese restaurant where the food is just as good, but it isn't as "trendy" or whatever, and you can actually sit and eat with the people you go with rather than being crowded in with a bunch of strangers who might be wearing too much heavy perfumes. Unfortunately, because it is so small, Superstar gets a pass from me.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/28/2007
After reading such great reviews and always seeing a line outside, I was so excited to try Burma Superstar. However I was disappointed, because it wasn't as good as I had expected it would be. The samusas were great, but the basil chicken was only so-so and the coconut curry noodles were a little strange (I didn't finish it). I don't think I'll go back.. I'd rather have Indian samosas and Thai-style noodles and basil chicken.
Posted by FrequentDiner on 11/29/2006
I really enjoyed my first time here. The food is fresh and the quality is great. A lot of interesting and different tastes to explore. Recommended for everyone to try.