Burmese restaurant and tea room, Burma Burma has opened its doors in Kolkata.
The brand is known for its unique tastes and flavors from Burma.
Burma Burma, a creation of childhood friends Ankit Gupta and Chirag Chhajer, has opened its latest and largest outlet in the ever buzzing Park Street, Kolkata after making a mark in Gurgaon, Delhi, Noida, Bengaluru and Mumbai.
“We are extremely happy to introduce Burma Burma to Kolkata, the city known for its rich culinary heritage. The city has a deep rooted connection with Burma and our goal is to bring Burmese cuisine to the forefront by adding a touch of finesse to the dishes that we love. We have taken a contemporary approach by exploring the wide array of ingredients and home-grown recipes to bring to you dishes that are unique in texture and flavor, yet every bit symbolic of the Burmese heritage,” shared Ankit Gupta, the restaurant’s co-owner, and a third generation restaurateur.
The brand takes pride in bringing to you the unique and secret heirloom recipes that are a part of founder, Ankit Gupta’s Burmese heritage.
The menu at Burma Burma has constantly evolved over the years and reflects the delectable fusion of treasured family recipes with discoveries of the team’s extensive travels across the length and breadths of the land of Pagodas.
Burmese cuisine is greatly inspired by its neighboring countries, native tribes and ancient traditions. At Burma Burma, you are sure to experience all of it through the rich tastes and aromas you will relish with each bite.
“We’ve wanted to bring Burma Burma to a city that has always been so close to our hearts and we are thrilled to have finally opened doors here in the City Of Joy. Kolkata’s outlet is our largest outpost and also the first one to be spread over two floors. We wanted our guests here to have a unique experience, hence we planned a 13 ft live dessert counter for the first time. Additionally, we’ve introduced a range of artisanal iced teas and a small plate menu for the Kolkatans to relish. We look forward to serving our guests with warmth and love,” added Chirag Chhajer, co-owner, Burma Burma Restaurant & Tea Room.