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Posted by Carla on 2015-03-30
Tea Leaf Salad, Garlic noodles, Samusas, pumpkin pork stew, shrimp boat, and veg spring rolls are among my Burmese favorites. Fried tofu too. Never disappointed, and never feel bloated afterwards because of preservatives and whatnot. The food is always
Posted by Johnny E. on 2009-10-22
Pagan is pronounced as "Baa-Gan" not "Pa-gan"; it is a big city in that part of the world. This is a wonderful restaurant. The food was exceptional and the service was good. They have a fun combination of fresh Thai and Burmese food. Go Burmese...Thai i
Posted by anonymous on 2009-09-08
Go anyplace else - the only advantage is there is usually a parking spot close by.
Posted by cheeselover415 on 2009-01-14
Fantastic salads, reasonably priced wine, and unusual entrees. It can be a bit chilly inside. It is just as good as another high-profile Burmese restaurant in town, and you don't have to wait an hour to get a table.
Posted by Local on 2008-12-15
The food is low quality, service is same. Prices are far too high for what they serve. They stretch meals with lettuce and poor cuts of meat and chicken. Concept is nice but spend your money elsewhere for a satisfying meal. Coconut rice, a simple, basic