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Together Burmese Food, Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

EattheWorldNYC | Mar 14, 201707:58 AM     7

On Friday, a new restaurant opened near the Bay Parkway N station with the cuisine of Myanmar. The chef was previously seen inside of the King's Fruit Grocery on Avenue U in Gravesend, but has finally been able to open his own spot. Over three visits, me and some others were able to sample most of the Burmese side of the menu. Since these foods are unavailable except at the summer fundraising events, it is great news that such a delicious place has opened. I hope you all can make it out to support it!

Together Burmese Food
2325 65th Street, Brooklyn

I have written more and posted all the photos here:
http://www.eattheworldnyc.com/2017/03...

Enjoy,
Jared Cohee
www.eattheworldnyc.com

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