• Alex Ip

The Spot for Bangin' Burmese Food!

Nestled in the tight-knit and bustling H Street Corridor of the city is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant serving unique and lesser known cuisine. This restaurant--Thamee, or "daughter" in Burmese, is owned and operated by Toli Moli chef and co-founder Jocelyn Law-Yone and her daughter, Simone Jacobson.


At Thamee, a bright ambiance and cozy aesthetic surrounds you as you chomp down on dishes representing a Burmese take on brunch. While you can't go wrong with any item on the menu, the pan fried dumplings, Mohinga, and JoJo's Big Breffis Sammy are especially worth your attention. There are perfect options available for vegetarians and vegans as well! Creative libations and non-alcoholic creations are also at hand to make your experience at Thamee one to keep you coming back for brunch or dinner.


Experience the #BurmeseFoodMovement and check out Thamee for bangin' Burmese food.

📸: @alexanderjip



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