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- Pagan RestaurantMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBackpackers+ 2Jul 22, 2014
This is one of my go to places and a 'hidden gem' of the Richmond district. The Tom Kha is the most hearty, comforting thing for a cold, foggy night that always hits the spot. There's something about how they make their coconut rice that is delicious and creamy, which goes wonderfully with the stew. And of course the tea leaf salad and samusas...yum! The atmosphere of Pagan is warm, mellow, friendly, and inviting. Although I have to say over the years it has become more popular and hence more crowded. But still a refreshingly low key, chilled out, almost as tasty counterpart to over hyped, always a wait, hyper trendy, you know who in the Inner Richmond.Recommended for:
- Pagan RestaurantJul 05, 2012
Smaller restaurant in comparisons to their competitors: Burma Superstar and Mandalay. Their service was friendly & hospitable. My friends enjoyed their first time at this restaurant. So it was a nice dining experience. Had samosas, chicken curry dish, other dishes I can't recall, and coconut rice.
- Pagan RestaurantFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Blending familiar tastes from India and Southeast Asia while adding just the right amount of exotic, Pagan Burmese Restaurant continually blows my mind. The tea leaf salad, samusa soup, and egg curry are incredibly delicious and a mainstay on my table. They do Thai food here too, and it's good, but I never make it to that part of the menu.