It’s always lovely to have a new neighbour, especially when they bring steaming bowls of khao suey as friendship offerings. Noida, welcome Burma Burma to your neighbourhood, a Burmese restaurant originally from Mumbai, with branches in Gurgaon, Saket and Bangalore.
The Noida outpost’s - the country’s 5th Burma Burma - design is inspired by Mandala art, putting you at ease as soon as you enter, allowing you to leave your frenetic world outside. Here, artefacts are sourced from Myanmar, while the space is washed in yellows and greys, punctuated by shades of glossy jade green.
What Your Tummy Can Expect
If you haven’t been to the Gurgaon outpost yet, you’ve really missed out. But better late than never.
The vegetarian kitchen at Burma Burma works with local, fresh ingredients to create Burmese dishes. Think salads (thoke) and soups, along with mains, which are centered around rice, noodles, and curries. We love the tea leaf and raw mango salads; Mohingar, the national dish of Burma; and piping hot bowls of khao suey.
The tea bar keeps within it 30 hand-picked chai flavours from around the world, including a bubblegum flavour. And Noida, you get the Burma Burma outlet with the first in-house pastry kitchen, where Vinesh from Lavonne Academy crafts exclusive desserts just for you.
Getting there: DLF Mall Of India, Pocket L, Sector 18, Greater Noida, call 0120 629 6251.
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