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Burma Burma, the runaway hit restaurant from Mumbai has already commanded a fan following in the capital after it set up its base here a few years ago. Take a moment to let the ambience sink in. There is exquisite mandala art on the restaurant's walls, it is geometric design a nod to spirituality and meditation. Do gape at authentic recreations of the teak and rattan colonial Burmese chairs, and they may transport you back to ancient MandalayBoasting of a menu that finetunes vegetarian avatars of Burmese specialities, the dining outfit does not compromise either on authenticity or taste. Burmese fresh produce gets a thumbs up on the menu, which celebrates tea leaves, fermented dried mustard, tofu, black sesame and assorted ingredients. The 'Thoke Sampler' is a winner all the way and is a paean to all that is fresh and crunchy. Featuring in it are raw mango, sunflower leaves and tea leaf salads that rejuvenate your palate with zest and bite. Raw mango juliennes, concealing in their heart, crushed peanuts, fried onions and other explosive flavours, play your tastebuds like a symphony. The menu is also the perfect foil to an Oriental decor, flaunting rows upon rows of Burmese collectables, including teapots, figurines and ornamental boxes.
Burma Burma is a delightful restaurant for pure Vegetarians, where they can enjoy authentic Burmese food. Burma Burma is the right place to begin your food journey with authentic Burmese cuisine which is consistent in quality and taste.
The theme of this popular outlet is based on traditional mandalas that lend a flavour of the neighbouring country ie Burma. The ambience is inviting and the décor is eye-catching and as soon as you step into the restaurant you have the feeling of elegance, richness and distinct class.
Start your culinary journey with the ‘Samuza Hincho - Samosa Soup’ which is a triangular samosa made of black chickpeas and gently dipped into a broth of spices, fresh spring vegetables and packed with burst of flavours. Yummy appetisers including Tohu Mash with Parantha’ and ‘Lotus Stem Crisps’ are worth trying. Pacify your taste buds on fire with ‘Three Burmese Salads’ Platter. Do not miss ‘Mock Meat Skewers’ with the ‘Steamed Tofu Bun’. The main course of noodles, chilli potato, sticky rice, and falafel in a steamed bun is fabulous. Fresh ingredients and herbs are used to maintain the high quality of Food.
The mocktails are refreshing and tasteful. Go for the ‘The Spiced Ginger’ or ‘Burmese Blossom’. Foodies have a taste of its delectable Khowsuey, the Dry Nangyi Khowsuey’ and their signature ‘Burma Burma Oh No Khowsuey’. A Meal at Burma Burma is not complete without their signature ‘White Tea’.
Desserts are extremely tempting. Savour Affogato, a chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream. For chocolate lovers Madagascar chocolate soil served with a shot of Espresso is a perfect dessert to be enjoyed over a hot cup of coffee. End your meal with yummy ‘Durian Ice Cream’
Perched on the third floor at Shop D 420B, in high end DLF Mall of India, Plot M-03, Sector 18, Noida, Burma Burma is an ideal food joint for Burmese food lovers. It is open from 12:30 PM to 04:00 PM and 07:00 PM to 11:00 PM. A meal for two costs INR 1500 approximately. It is not easy to get a table here, so book in advance.
Main cuisine served at Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India is Burmese.
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₹1500 (approx.) for two at Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India.
No, Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India restaurant timing For Today : 12:30 PM to 04:00 PM, 06:30 PM to 10:30 PM
No, Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India does not serve buffet.
No, Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India does not serve alcohol.
No, Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India doesn't play live music.
People love Samosa soup, salad the most at Burma Burma, DLF Mall of India.