Yamo is my new favorite whole-in-the-wall for great food at dirt cheap prices. I love all Southeast Asian food, and was thrilled to hear of an alternative to Burma Superstar. Yes, Yamo Thai Kitchen is now actually a Burmese restaurant. Well, Yamo lived up to the hype. It's a tiny family run joint, with the mom cooking up the food and the daughter working the cashier. No tables- you sit at the bar up front or order take out.
And the food! Average price is under $6. I highly recommend the samusas which are at steal at $3.50 for half a dozen. Filled with potatoes and just the right amount of spice, and perfect when dipped into the chili pepper/fish sauce. The other dish I tried was the house noodles, which were simply flour noodles stir fried with garlic and chicken. I really haven't had a noodle dish this good since I was in Asia and it had just the right amount of flavor and oil.
Can't wait to go back for the tea leaf salad, fish chowder, and fresh coconut juice.