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Ivan Stoler Feb 20, 2002 08:38 AM

I'm gonna be in LA soon and am hoping for ideas for Burmese or Laotian in the Greater LA area? Does the Romantic Steakhouse in San Grabriel still exist and doe sit really have Burmese food on the menu? What about Golden Triangle in Whittier? I remember these posts from a while back.

Thanks from NYC

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    Gloomcookie Feb 20, 2002 10:18 AM

    Those are the only two I know about. Golden Triangle is better than Romantic Steakhouse, but both are good. The best Burmese in California, I think, is in San Bruno outside the SF airport -- Inya Lake. Unbeatable!

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      Gloomcookie Feb 20, 2002 10:18 AM

      Those are the only two I know about. Golden Triangle is better than Romantic Steakhouse, but both are good. The best Burmese in California, I think, is in San Bruno outside the SF airport -- Inya Lake. Unbeatable!

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        Chandavkl Feb 20, 2002 10:24 AM

        Another Burmese restaurant just opened up on Garvey, a few blocks east of Romantic on the same side of the street. Sorry I don't recall the exact cross street. The sign indicates it has Burmese food.

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          Lauren Feb 20, 2002 10:56 AM

          I'm hoping someone can fill me in as to what kind of food this is..... thanks!

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            h2obemo Feb 26, 2002 04:23 PM

            Golden Triangle (7011 Greenleaf Ave., Whittier), is still open and still the best Burmese food in L.A.
            Phone: 562.45.6778

            Kuala Lumpur (69 W.Green St., Pasadena) is Malaysian, not Burmese, but has some similar flavors in its dishes, which are all great. They also have roti, similar to the 1000 layer pancake of Burmese food. But no excellent ginger salad or green tea leaf salads here....yet definitely worth a try. Phone:626.577.5175

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