Poor B Star. It’s like the shorter, chubbier version of its older sister, Burma Superstar. Oh sure, everyone knows Burma Superstar. After all, it’s a superstar. Case in point: Burma Superstar has its own website, and B Star, well, B Star has yelp. But this poor overlooked sibling is worth taking a gander at because it not only offers the same *star* dishes of its elder sibling, but also, some seriously other good fare without the hectic (sometimes freezing) wait outside.
Vegetarian spring rolls; you won’t even be disappointed they’re not fried!
Yellow bean housemade tofu. This stuff was incredible. Creamy, with a crisp exterior and sweet sauce on top. I could have eaten another plateful.
The rainbow salad. Beautiful array of colors, textures, and tastes.