I never ate at this restaurant, and now it’s closed.
Vaya con Dios.
UPDATE: Oh and it’s going to be a Burma Superstar, nbd.
turning into burma superstar! http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2012/01/12/burma-superstar-files-a-liquor-license-application-on-valencia/
I am more into little superstar…http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=little+superstar+youtube&mid=654F28D89CFDEEF8FB18654F28D89CFDEEF8FB18&view=detail&FORM=VIRE1
Scum, you old fart, if you learned some HTML you would be a menace.
Sweet, I’ve been to the one in Oakland a few times and the food is really good.
Now this is some of that hard hitting journalism that Mission Mission has been know nation wide for.
Kudos for a very amazing “Point Break” headline.
That seems to happen a lot. I did eat there and it was actually REALLY good. I took it for granted thinking, it will ALWAYS be there and now it’s gone. So long, Bodhi. I welcome Burma Superstar because Clement street is not close enough sometimes. If it’s good, keep it in the hood.
Thank God! We need more upscale dining options in the hood. Do they do a Marina Girl salad? Hope so!
I always liked Bodhi- the corn&crab chowder was good, the crispy rolls were great, and the curries were reliably flavorful. But you could see the writing on the wall there- they had tons of space and nothing but empty tables. Looking forward to BS showing up, although I’ve always been more of a Yamo man myself. Probably still will be since it’s way cheaper.
I cannot wait for Burma superstar.. the food is so delicious hopefully it won’t be as long of a line than on Clement street and Oakland
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