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The delightful care given to every facet is commendable, from the striking set up to sunflower seeds offered at the table as you sit; owner Ankit Gupta has truly worked hard to build the concept. The curries, noodle dishes, fried snacks, salads are all compiled in creative ways, frequently with a hot, sour, or sweet mix of spices and herbs; there is ample of choice in this vegetarian only restaurant. The tea leaf salad, a vivacious and sharp brew of dark-green fermented tea leaves and an array of aromatic, brittle things take you up the umami-rich vein and add an additional exhilarating textural element. Burmese flat rice noodle is an addictive jumble of noodle sheets, vegetables stirred in spicy-sweet soy sauce in a misty wok. A sundae-sized portion of the Burmese falooda made with reduced milk and varied coconut jelly, bright noodles and tapioca bits make for the perfect sweet ending.
Had heard a lot about this place. The food is very nice but I found it was overpowering in flavour and spice. The dishes are definitely unique and it's definitely a place to try out but for me, it is not a place I would go very often - needs a good gap for a revisit because of the strong flavours of some of the food. The fried rice was super yummy though. I would go again just for tea and desserts - absolutely absolutely delicious Burmese white tea with orange and peach blossom and the desserts were exceptional especially the smoky avocado and honey ice-cream.
This was the first time we went to this restaurant. It opens up at 7:00 in the evening. Price range is a bit on the expensive side but the taste is awesome. We felt that the serving is also less. The waiters are very polite and friendly. The ambience is good too. One must certainly visit this place.
Loved the food - every single one of the dishes ordered - be it their bun or the Khowsuey - they don't stop at just one version! And whats interesting is their seasonal menus. Not just a great meal option for vegetarians, but for non vegetarians looking at an veg affair for a change
Read a lot of positive reviews in internet. So plan to give a try on my Birthday Lunch. We were 3 vegetarian friends and opted for fixed menu serving cost for per person was 1200 pp. Unlike the reviews first hand experience was all together different. Except kachche aap salad nothing was upto the mark. Samosa soup was different but not yummy. Desert served in the end was disaster. All three of us tried to justify our 1200 per person but failed. No next time to this place. This was one time experience and last time too. 3 stars for ambience and location.
Decemt food. Value for money bt plz dont try their traditional dessert which r a spoiler..i hd gone tehir vd my husband and we both hated the dessert.
Some restaurants are refreshingly honest and unique in their appeal, and deserves to be visited again and again. They have the guts to step away from conventions and foray into a culinary world that is new and unexplored till date. They may start their journey hampered by prejudices and reservations, but with clear vision and belief in their ideas they continue their road to success. ‘Burma Burma’ is a charming restaurant that is still finding its feet in the gastronomy world, but has surprised everyone with its fresh approach to Burmese cuisine. Part of new found restaurant district Cyber Hub, Burma Burma is a delightful time portal that takes you on an exciting journey of Burmese culture. Deep attention is paid to every minute detail of the restaurant, from food to décor, everything receives a careful observation resulting in a sight quite beautiful.
Taking their adventurous exotic menu of Burmese cuisine an extra mile, Burma Burma keeps their menu entirely vegetarian. Some part of the menu is dedicated to Pan-Asian delicacies as well, to add more dimension to the existing variety. Every dish on the menu is well prepared and you cannot go wrong whatever the choice may be. Begin your evening by ordering few appetizers, brown onion & roasted chilli buns, samosa soup, Burmese salsa buns, raw mango salad, chilly tofu, chilly tangy chickpeas tofu, amuza hincho splits, spring onion fires, salad tester, garlic bun, Burmese falafel and steamed buns. Main course should be enjoyed with a Kaffir Lime cooler or special bubble tea, Siphon. Start the main course with traditional Khow Suey and rice, Tagu Pyian, Dry Khao Suey, Malaysian Street Noodles, Creamed Corn Paratha, Brown Onion Ricelings, Stir Fried vegetables and Coconut Rice with Peanut Chutney.
Their sweet offerings include hazelnut crunch and chocolate caramel dome. The food is excellent and tastes delicious, worth the little pricey affair Burma Burma can be. There is nothing modern or simple about the décor of Burma Burma. The theme stamps itself from the doorway onwards and opens into a spacious well decorated room, with heavy wooden finish. Chic matted chairs and sofas covered in patterned upholstery adds a creative flavour to the scene. They further enhance the theme by bringing in traditional Burmese pieces to decorate the dining room like, beaten metal bells, Burmese utensils, dolls, urns and prayer wheels. This Cyber Hub outlet is popular dining destination for those with regional fare cravings.
An unconventional not so popular cuisine of Burma is now the hottest thing happening on Delhi’s culinary scene. Through its attractive yellow façade decorated with traditional Burmese way, Burma Burma grabs your eye instantly for a Special Occasion. Rest is done by its lip-smacking Burmese food, which they prepare excellently. Give your date a gastronomically adventurous time and stun him/her with an array of fantastic Bamar street food. Share their famous ‘Oh No Khow Suey’ between you, it’s one of the best in the city. Interiors of Burma Burma are simply gorgeous, a lovely blend of traditional Burmese look meeting modern lines.