Vegetarians can rejoice as Burma Burma's now delivering across Mumbai to bring even more delectable veggie delights for you – including Samosa Soup, which we are super intrigued by.
Ever heard of Samosa Soup? You can try it now if you haven’t, because Burma Burma has just introduced a menu that will make us vegetarians really, really happy. The initial menu of Burma Burma was largely based on the specialties of the Rangoon region of Burma and later added flavours from Bagaan, Mandalay and even the Inle Lake regions in the country.
One of the new introductions in the menu is tohu, which is a variety of tofu made from gram flour served with flaky parathas. Try their Tohu Mok Palatha- tohu mash with parantha (INR 410), which is a popular dish from the Shan cuisine. They also have Naykar Gyun Akyaw Thoke (INR 380) which is a sunflower leaf and crispy wheat flakes salad; Oh No Khowsuey (INR 490), which is noodles served with gram flour, lemongrass and coconut milk; Kowni Ghin (INR 450), which is grilled sticky rice served with your choice of filling like brown onion and roasted chilly to Burmese salsa wrapped in banana leaf and grilled and served piping hot. Remember, sticky rice to Burmese cuisine is what sushi is to Japanese food- a staple and an essential.
They’ve also found a way to quirk up the tea leaf from the Mandalay region with a stir fry of tea leaves, tohu and bak choy as part of the offerings. In the noodles, there is now a Malar Hot Noodle Bowl (INR 410), which is a popular one-dish snack of flat rice noodles with veggies, mushrooms, and Malar curry paste. If you have a massive sweet tooth, then try their Heart Cooler dessert.