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Eating Out - September 29, 2006

Burma on terra firma

South Palo Alto says hooray for Green Elephant Gourmet

by Sheila Himmel

Let's say a neighborhood shopping center needs a new restaurant. The once OK but recently awful Chinese joint is gone. The center has good places for coffee, ice cream, and groceries, but it needs a sit-down restaurant for lunch and dinner.

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Posted by Rev. Zauya Lahpai
a resident of another community
on Aug 14, 2008 at 10:39 am

As a pastor of Burmese Community Church in Silicon Valley, San Jose, I am so glad and pruoid to see your elegant "Green Elehpant Gourmet" website.
I will announce to my Burmese people ( we have over 150 attendendees on Sunday services) about your very attractive and beautiful Burmese Restaurant.
I hope I'll be at your place very soon!
I would like to invite you to our Church's(BCCCSV) Annual Fun Fair on Saturday, September 13, 2008 from 11:30 AM to 6:00PM at : 30 Kirk Ave., San Jose, CA 95127.
Cell Phone:(408)772-9159, Church Office Phone: (408)923-2212.
You will see all sorts of Burmese Food (delicacy) and friends who came from all over Burma. With your presence, I can tell you that you will get more customers from our Church.

May God bless your business with His Grace!

In God's Ministry- Rev. Zauya Lahpai


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