Head to Burma Burma if you are looking for an exotic Diwali celebration
Kolkata/IBNS: Why not indulge in some exotic dishes from Myanmar this festive season at the recently opened Burma Burma restaurant in Kolkata.
They have even concocted a special dessert called ‘Celebration’, which consists of roasted almond, sea salt caramel, and chocolate fudge.
Burma Burma’s signature Oh No Khowsuey has already become a favorite among the city’s connoisseurs.
Munch on their Tofu Buns and Lotus Stem crisps as you sit around with your family and friends.
Other highlights include The Tea Leaf Salad, Taro Moringa Soup, Wa Potato, Malar Hot Noodle Bowl or the Mon Mustard Rice.
With Burma Burma’s extensive dessert spread, you will be spoilt for choice.
Rangoon Baked Milk, a part of the International Desserts Menu designed by renowned pastry chef Vinesh Johnny is spectacular.
Burma Bombe, Forbidden Cherry, Affagato, Tagu Piyan, Ye Gethoo, Palata are simply delicious and are sure to win your heart.
Between November 14 and 16, the restaurant is offering a special complimentary dessert to all guests.
You may also like to try their specially curated teas, bubble teas and handmade ice creams.
Located on Park Street, Burma Burma is open between noon and 3pm and again between 6.30 and 10.30 pm , Monday to Friday; on Saturdays and Sundays, the lunch hour gets extended by half an hour.