Burmese cooking gets creative at Daw Yee Myanmar Corner in Silver Lake

Burmese cooking comes out of the kitchen just right at Daw Yee Myanmar Cafe in Silver Lake, where Delyn Chow is chef.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • August 5, 2016
Have the design magazines made it out to Daw Yee Myanmar Corner yet? Because it is hard to imagine a restaurant better-suited to a page or two in Dwell: a small Silver Lake dining room decked out with glowing pink-and-blue neon and a...
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