Burma Burma
DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon

4.2 based on 16 reviews
Critic Rating
Rs 1500 for two
This price is indicative and exclusive of taxes
Today, 12:00 PM to 03:00 PM, 07:00 PM to 11:00 PM
6, Building 8, Tower C, Cyber Hub, DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon


  • The ‘Oh No Khow Suey’, though somewhat heavy on coconut cream, is smoothly one of the unmatched versions in the city
  • Absolutely worth a try even if you are a forager by nature
  • The food precisely replicates the staples of Bamar Street food

Rupali Speaks


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.

User Reviews on Burma Burma, DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon

Satish Gupta
Posted on : 12 Apr, 2017
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Awesome pure veg paradise with unique food and friendly staff
Well, pure veg places are so typecast that a place like burma burma will surprise you. Well differentiated offering unique burmese food spiced by an awesome deal from easy diner. A totally worth it place. Do try salad sampler, samosa soup, khao suye and burmese naan with peas. Coca pine is a dessert you wont easily forget. Staff was very accomodating especially given peak time lunch rush

Sameer Biala
Posted on : 02 Apr, 2017
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Burmese cuisine - not really great in terms of "Jain food"
My 2nd visit to Burma Burma and we were quite happy to see "Jain food" option mentioned against plenty of dishes, considering my better half was observing the navratra styled fast today. My overall view however after today's experience (my 2nd) is that one is better off avoiding the Jain food option from this menu, unless there are religious compulsions. Without onion, garlic etc, the food tastes average at best, whereas in my earlier visit where I tried their regular stuff, it was quite rocking. Service was fine, the Eazydiner offer for the free pot of tea was honored without hassle, the booking via the app was also seamless.

Rashi Goel
Posted on : 27 Feb, 2017
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Excellent Burmese food !!! Refreshing salads !! The trio salad is a treat .. The Masi samosa soup is spicy light and a treat to the sore throat . Spring onion Baos very little and nice !!! Mushroom baos are very fluffy and light . V. Filling khowsuey !!! The condiments are very well prepared.. Refreshing deserts ..

Tripti Charan
Posted on : 23 Feb, 2017
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Amazing vegetarian Food
Nice vegetarian restaurant. Tried few times but they won't upload the menu. Pyan Boo Palata / Creamed Corn with Paratha- Very yummy and filling. Corn curry is thick and coconutty served with Malabari parantha. MUST TRY!! Naan Pe Bya / Burmese Naan with Creamy White Pea - Chick pea creamy coconut puree served with Burmese Naan. It's a similar dish to the above one i.e. Creamed Corn. Malaysian Street Noodles- Very average street noodles. No flavour. Khao Suey- Noodles floating in creamy coconut curry with mixed vegetables. Almost like a thick soup. It's a MUST TRY!! Dry Khao Suey- Noodles served with cornflakes and onions - it came with various condiments like peanuts, dry ginger flakes, fried crispy onions, spring onions, etc. It had a tangy flavour. I prefer the original Khao Suey which is creamy and has coconut gravy. Tagu Pyian- Sago (Sabudana) cooked with Burmese Palm Jaggery, Thanya served with coconut custard - MUST TRY! Smokey Avocado and Honey Ice-cream- Very yummy and flavourful. - MUST TRY! Italian Almond Tea- Nice and Flavourful. Served with biscuits and pumpkin seeds. Camomile Tea- Extremely Bitter though it's considered to be very healthy.

Posted on : 12 Jan, 2017
☆ ☆ ☆
Good place not that great
Nice cozy place. Good ambience.Limited seating hence reservation recommended. Totally vegetarian, serves no alcohol, still it is crowded all the time. Good Menu, lots of starters and salads varities. Food is good, try the soft buns- it has different flavors. Salads and soups are tasty too. Staff is pleasent. Overall good burmese food, try it!

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About Burma Burma

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.

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