Our Founding Story

Authentic Burmese Food

The Burmese Culture & Authentic taste

We take much pride in bringing you the culture, authentic taste and cooking from Burma (Myanmar) lovingly prepared from our treasured family recipes. Burmese cuisine reflects a history inspired by surrounding countries and ancient traditions. Coastal, forest, tropical, and mountainous cultures within Burma have all contributed to the rich tastes and aromas you experience in each bite.

Our Vision

To go beyond just a restaurant and provide guests with a new, wholesome and innovative dining experience that interacts on various levels.

The Base

The dawn of Burma Burma comes from the Burmese roots of Ankit Gupta. His mother and her family who were brought up in Myanmar had a great influence expanding his food platter with heady flavors of the Burmese cuisine. To rightly say, Burma Burma is a powerful amalgamation of the two largest forces in Ankit’s life, his father’s lineage of hoteliers and restaurateurs and the delicious home recipes from his mother’s heritage.

Mr Ankit Gupta – Burma Burma India Ankit Gupta
Mr Chirag Chhajer Chirag Chhajer

Armed with the concept, design and layout he approached his childhood friend Chirag Chhajer, a food enthusiast, and an avid traveller to turn their young dreams of owning an establishment into reality. Just like how an artist uses his paintings to express his thoughts, similarly via Burma Burma, Ankit and Chirag want the end consumers to experience Burma (Myanmar) holistically in terms of Food, Culture and Happiness.

Because Food is Happiness and Happiness is Food.

Our Conviction

We bring peaople together over Burmese food

We believe that food tastes best when shared with people you love. Our basic ingredients are sourced locally and prepared fresh each day. We continue to work closely with local tea growers, producers, exporters and retailers to bring you the authentic taste of Burma away from Burma. We continually work closely with local tea growers, producers, exporters and retailers.

Come over and when you’re fully stuffed, we hope you’ll come back to visit.