Irrawaddy Taste of Burma Introduces the Spectacular Flavors of Burma to OC

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 26, 2016
If you’re a wannabe food anthropologist as I am, tasting the dishes at the new Irrawaddy Taste of Burma in Stanton will be as fascinating as it is delicious. For here’s a cuisine that, because of Myanmar’s location on the map, has elements of...
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