Review: In Inglewood, Mutiara is the spot for Burmese noodles, curries and salads

For Burmese noodles, salads and curries, Mutiara Food & Market in Inglewood is the spot.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 11, 2019
On a Friday afternoon, it can feel like all of Inglewood is having lunch at Mutiara Food and Market, a long-standing Burmese cafe jammed between an insurance office and a clothing boutique on a sleepy stretch of La Brea Avenue. Inside the dining...
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