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Hinn Tha Bistro, Alameda

Merle | Sep 11, 200502:59 PM     5

Alameda is not mentioned all that much here, but it does have some great options.

A few weeks ago I tried out Hinn Tha on a suggestion from a friend of a friend. Great food! I have never tried Burmese before, so have no comparison, but the nun pya tok (some sort of curry chicken with cripsy and soft noodles) was fabulous. It's right off Park street.

Also, alamedainfo.com dropped all of their menus from their site. Much woe!

Link: http://www.livejournal.com/users/merl...

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