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This is their third outlet in the city, which is ideally located in DLF Mall of India, Sector 18, Noida. The theme of this outlet is based on mandalas that give you a flavour of what the neighbouring country is like. Burma Burma is the right place to begin your food journey with authentic Burmese cuisine. Start off with the ‘Samuza Hincho - Samosa Soup’ (as it is one of their USP) a triangular samosa made of black chickpeas and gently dunked into a broth of spices, spring vegetables and packed with a lot of flavours, it is not a dish for those with a low threshold for spice. To pacify your taste buds on fire you must-try the platter of ‘Three Burmese Salads’. Next, try the ‘Mock Meat Skewers’ and the ‘Steamed Tofu Bun’. The mocktails are so delectable that you do not want to miss anything at all. Go for the ‘The Spiced Ginger’ or ‘Burmese Blossom’. You can not visit Burma Burma and not have a taste of its Khowsuey, the 'Dry Nangyi Khowsuey’ and their signature ‘Burma Burma Oh No Khowsuey’ are must-haves. A Meal at Burma Burma is incomplete without their signature ‘White Tea’. End your meal blissfully with ‘Durian Ice Cream’.
The choices are numerous and all so tasty! The staff is friendly and service is good too. Everything was delicious!
Went with family. Chose the set menu. Every course was excellent starting from the soup to salads to starters and so on. Tried the 'samosa soup' which was nice and tangy. The three salads were fresh and smiling and tasteful. The starters and main course of noodles, sticky rice, chilli potato, falafel in a steamed bun etc were all fabulous. The decor is also very nice so as soon as you step into the place you have the feeling of richness and class. Overall would highly recommend this place.
This is a specialty Burmese cuisine restaurant. Does not offer non veg or alcohol. Several items are inspired by Indian dishes - Samosa Soup, Tohu mash with Paratha etc. They even have Jain option for most items. We also tried mandalay meeshay noodles, which was a good variant from our 'Indian chinese' version. Steamed buns with spring vegetables did well too. Eldragon cooler had an unique after-flavour which did not go well with us. Overall a different experience and can/ should be tried once!
Its a pleasant and refreshing change for tastebuds amongst the overcrowded burger and pizza places. Also, its only vegetarian/vegan menu. Pleasing minimalist old style decor with cane furniture and bamboo chandeliers. Rustic walls are adorned with hand painted local Burmese art. Authentic local Burmese food cooked with simple uncomplicated ingredients yet unexpectedly flavoursome and comforting. Winters will make the meals more enjoyable. The deserts are innovative, awesome with there presentation as well as taste. The tea collection is good and varied to be enjoyed after or with meals. Must visit
Have been here twice and both the time was impressed by the consistency of the quality of the food, it tasted excellent and in fact a dish was repeated and did not find difference in tastes which signifies the attention to the consistency of the food quality. Have been to their other joints still will rate this one better then others for food quality. The service is very good. Should experience this place. Ambience is good. Difficult to get a table so book in advance.