This place is pure bliss for Vegetarians, serving authentic Burmese food. I was waiting for this place to get open in DLF Noida and yesterday visited this place with my friends who are a great lover of Burmese food. It was my first experience, so I thought of taking some experts with me to guide through the menu for the better choices of dishes.
Burma Burma is an ideal place of nourishment congruity that explores the very essence of Burmese food and ought to get considerably more acknowledgement than present perspectives. The eatery likewise gloats of being a particular Tea Menu from which you can eat up phenomenal chilly and also hot teas post lunch or in the prior night dinner times.
This Asian place containing just Veg delicacies however it would most likely to leave a special mark on you with its ethnic tastes of acrid, fiery and raw flavours that describe, the curries, noodle dishes, fricasseed snacks, servings of mixed greens are altogether incorporated in imaginative courses, every now and again with a hot, sharp, or sweet blend of flavours and herbs!!
Drinks – Seabuckthorn Mary is a kind of fruit orange in colour with spices and kaffir lime.
I am not a salad person but after some persuasion, I agreed. The first thing that arrived was Salad Sampler – which consisted of 3 small version of salads – Tea leaf, sunflower leaves (which I loved the most as it has some peanuts in it) and Raw Mango. Overall the Sampler was great, A guy like me who don’t like salad finished my share in one go.
Ordered one Soup – Samosa Soup – the samosa was different filled with spring vegetables and spiced black chickpeas – samosa in Burmese style.
Starters – Burmese Falafel – In simple terms, it was delicious yellow lentils( Chana Dal) Tikki with spices different what you have regularly, onion and tossed in garlic sauce. The dish was just outstanding though it was a garlic sauce I didn’t have any feeling of it as it was so balanced and goes well with the dish.
Lotus Stem Crisp – The lotus stem was finely sliced and super crisped – they were like eating chips dusted with paprika and curry leaves.
Tohu Mash with Paratha – Tohu is a cousin of tofu (lol) – cooked with tomato, onion and spices, served with Malabari Paratha – they call it as Burmese style flaky paratha.
Then we ordered a Burmese burger which is actually a Brown onion and roasted chilly bun ( little more of spices)
Main course – We had Coconut rice with peanut chutney – The dish was more on the sweeter side. The rice was well prepared in coconut milk with resin in it. Was trying the combo for the first time and believe me it was great.
Now it was the time for dessert – Ordered Durian Ice cream – A famous Durian fruit which is churned of a kind handmade Icecream, exclusively available at this place only.
Affogato – chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream at the top, Madagascar chocolate soil and served with a shot of Espresso – A perfect dessert for the coffee and the chocolate lover.
Both the Desserts were just impeccable never had anything like this before. In the end, I had the Original Bubble tea – which was very different in taste simple mix of milk, black tea and tapioca pearls.
It was my first experience with the Burmese food and I would say it was amazing from the start till the end. The dishes I tried were very original as told by my expert friends who have good knowledge of Burmese food and in spite of being hardcore non-veg they were enjoying their meal like any other vegetarian. This was a very different and succulent experience. One must try the place I would say.
One thing which I enjoyed about this place is that over incite benefit with which everything was occurring. The administration was top class and dishes were following each other in the blink of an eye by any means! We would truly to thank the administration for such a subtle lunch in general!