Flavorful, diverse Pan-Asian cuisine from the Burma Superstar family.
One glance at B Star’s menu and one will immediately notice something interesting—there’s an incredible array of choices. The food here spans the continent of Asia, ranging from Burmese favorites to Malaysian laksa and Japanese donburi. This design was purposeful. The owner, Joyce Lee, wanted to create a neighborhood restaurant filled with the Pan-Asian comfort foods she loved. How to define B Star? Simply put, this is Asian American comfort food, California style.
As a spin-off restaurant to the mega popular Burma Superstar, B Star is the cozier and less packed sister restaurant. In operation since 2007, B Star is the definition of a neighborhood restaurant. The customer base here are diehard regulars who love B Star’s fun and varied menu. While Burma Superstar is undoubtedly amazing for Burmese cuisine, B Star actually has some of the same items, including the infamous tea leaf salad made with the same ingredients and recipe. But what makes B Star a unique dining experience is the ability to order that Burmese salad alongside pork tocino with garlic rice, a savory Filipino breakfast classic or khao soi, a Northern Thai coconut chicken curry with chewy egg noodles. When combined with B Star’s fun array of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks, a meal at this restaurant is truly a one of a kind dining experience, even in an area as diverse as the Bay Area.