Burma Bistro Burmese restaurant

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Myanmar (also known as Burma) is one of the beautiful Southeast Asian countries bordering China, India, Bangladesh, Lao and Thailand.  There are more than 30 tribes in Burma and our dishes vary according to these tribes. Some mainland dishes are very unique but some dishes are influenced by Burma’s neighboring countries. Burma Bistro presents some of the best, most popular and delicious dishes from different areas in Burma.

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shine S
shine S
5

Very good food . Enough space for parking. It is a small restaurant , maximum 30 people can sit. But food is amazing.

rajni raman
rajni raman
1

Service was ok got coconut water it tasted old and oily the drinking glass has a lipstick mark and it was dirty but the food was all right

Sai Sarat Chandra
Sai Sarat Chandra
3

Salads and appetizers were good. Entree taste can be better

Martin Lai
Martin Lai
5

The food was packed with flavour and the flavors were interesting and varied. We ordered the tea leaf salad, fish noodle soup, shrimp dishes and calamari appetizer; none of them were disappointing. There is limited seating and it got quite busy around 7 45 on a Friday night, so make sure to make reservations in advance or call ahead to see if there is space. The service was good. They offered recomendations towards our dishes and treated us with friendliness.

Ankur A
Ankur A
4

As vegetarians, Burmese is one of our go to’s and Burma Bistro never disappoints. Try their tea leaf salad, fiery tofu and a bunch of curries. Seating can be tight.

Pu Dong
Pu Dong
1

I had tea leaves salad and a chicken dish. I at first asked my girlfriend what the green sauce was and she told me they were tea leaves. But after I had it, there was literally no tea leaf flavor.. also it was such a waste to use plastic gloves to squeeze the lemon and mix the salad before the customers. As for the chicken, don't waste your money. You can do almost the same dish at home for a few bucks.

Misty Read
Misty Read
3

It was just ok. The tea leaf salad is better at kyusu. Rice dish with chicken was pretty good, but not enough to bring me back. Lots of stuff to choose from so maybe we just got the wrong thing, but overall would prefer Kyusu if given the choice. Service was very nice and friendly though!

jonathon Elliott
jonathon Elliott
5

Small restaurant, but great food! Can get loud, but it's because everyone is having a good time and enjoying life. Definitely worth a visit ^_^

Goutam Krishnamoorthy
Goutam Krishnamoorthy
5

This is a wonderful place close to where I live. We wanted to come here for a long time but managed it only now. Very tasty food, I like their samosa soup. They have a variety of vegetarian options. Would love to come back here anytime.

Divya Agrawal
Divya Agrawal
5

This restaurant has one of the best tea leaf salads in South Bay. The portion size is big too, and I was hardly able to eat anything else after eating half the salad. We also ordered the fish noodle soup. It comes with rice noodles and the flavors blend well. Also highly recommend the Burmese iced tea! For the area,the prices are good too.

Freddie Johnson
Freddie Johnson
5

I eat in this spot a lot since I work close by. I must say the customer service is always excellent and they keep the place well organized consistently. Rates are reasonable and they serve large portions.

rajni raman
rajni raman
1

Service was ok got coconut water it tasted old and oily the drinking glass has a lipstick mark and it was dirty but the food was all right

Sai Sarat Chandra
Sai Sarat Chandra
3

Salads and appetizers were good. Entree taste can be better

shine S
shine S
5

Very good food . Enough space for parking. It is a small restaurant , maximum 30 people can sit. But food is amazing.

Martin Lai
Martin Lai
5

The food was packed with flavour and the flavors were interesting and varied. We ordered the tea leaf salad, fish noodle soup, shrimp dishes and calamari appetizer; none of them were disappointing. There is limited seating and it got quite busy around 7 45 on a Friday night, so make sure to make reservations in advance or call ahead to see if there is space. The service was good. They offered recomendations towards our dishes and treated us with friendliness.

Ankur A
Ankur A
4

As vegetarians, Burmese is one of our go to’s and Burma Bistro never disappoints. Try their tea leaf salad, fiery tofu and a bunch of curries. Seating can be tight.

Misty Read
Misty Read
3

It was just ok. The tea leaf salad is better at kyusu. Rice dish with chicken was pretty good, but not enough to bring me back. Lots of stuff to choose from so maybe we just got the wrong thing, but overall would prefer Kyusu if given the choice. Service was very nice and friendly though!

jonathon Elliott
jonathon Elliott
5

Small restaurant, but great food! Can get loud, but it's because everyone is having a good time and enjoying life. Definitely worth a visit ^_^

Divya Agrawal
Divya Agrawal
5

This restaurant has one of the best tea leaf salads in South Bay. The portion size is big too, and I was hardly able to eat anything else after eating half the salad. We also ordered the fish noodle soup. It comes with rice noodles and the flavors blend well. Also highly recommend the Burmese iced tea! For the area,the prices are good too.

Goutam Krishnamoorthy
Goutam Krishnamoorthy
5

This is a wonderful place close to where I live. We wanted to come here for a long time but managed it only now. Very tasty food, I like their samosa soup. They have a variety of vegetarian options. Would love to come back here anytime.

Freddie Johnson
Freddie Johnson
5

I eat in this spot a lot since I work close by. I must say the customer service is always excellent and they keep the place well organized consistently. Rates are reasonable and they serve large portions.

Pu Dong
Pu Dong
1

I had tea leaves salad and a chicken dish. I at first asked my girlfriend what the green sauce was and she told me they were tea leaves. But after I had it, there was literally no tea leaf flavor.. also it was such a waste to use plastic gloves to squeeze the lemon and mix the salad before the customers. As for the chicken, don't waste your money. You can do almost the same dish at home for a few bucks.