Jasmine Market

Muslim Burmese food shares elements of Vietnamese, Laotian, Thai, Chinese, and Indian cooking. Jasmine Market may not have much in the way of atmosphere, but it offers some delicious Burmese specialties—like lamb kabobs and a marinated tofu salad—for next to nothing. It’s a weekends-only special that put Burma at the top of my must-visit list: the catfish noodle soup ($3.49), a soothing, spicy broth of cellophane rice noodles and ground catfish.