Its all about that crisp, about that crisp, about that crispy crisp with Burmese crispy pancake from a tasty Burmese restaurant in Burlingame, a San Francisco suburb. What a great way to start your Burmese foodie adventure for a novice or an experienced eater. Paratha is a Burmese flatbread/pancake dish that is very similar to roti bread you can find in India and Malaysian places. Pancake had a night light flavor, tasted more doughy so you can enjoy all that dipping so much more. Especially love this presentation, instead of just serving us flat pancake, they rolled it up into this standing arch. Break a piece and dip into all that glories curry sauce, careful there is a kick to it. It’s not curried unless it can kick you, and this curry can kick you off your seat. Though it wasn’t to the power that the only thing you taste is the heat. We were more fans of using our crispy pancake as a spoon or sandwich and fill the piece with a whole lot of that dipping sauce. Unlike other places here, they seem to have deep-fried it for that extra goodness and crispy texture. Deep frying always makes everything so much better.