Chin Brothers Restaurant Menu – Indianapolis, IN

Type : Burmese restaurant

Location : Indianapolis, IN

Based on 213 reviews, the restaurant has received a rating of 4.5 stars. Price

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ Curbside pickup ✔️ No-contact delivery

Chin Brothers Restaurant 46227

2318 E Stop 11 Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46227

Phone: (317) 888-1850


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Sunday Closed

(Labor Day)
8 AM–6 PM

Hours might differ
Tuesday 8 AM–6 PM
Wednesday 8 AM–6 PM
Thursday 8 AM–6 PM
Friday 8 AM–6 PM
Saturday 8 AM–6 PM


Fresh Juice $3.99
Hot Tea $1.99
Burmese Sweet Coffee $1.99
Burmese Milk Tea $1.99
Thai Coffee $1.99
Thai Tea $1.99
Milo $1.99
Shwe Yin Aye $4.99
Moh Let Saung $3.99
Ding Chin $3.99
Soda 12oz $1.99
Lemonade $1.99
Monster $2.99
Monster Large $4.99
Boba Tea
Original Milk Tea $4.99
Strawberry Milk Tea $4.99
Taro Milk Tea $4.99
Mango Fruit Tea $4.99
Strawberry Fruit Tea $4.99
Honeydew Fruit Tea $4.99
Orange Fruit Tea $4.99
Pineapple Fruit Tea $4.99
Finger Food
Puri $2.75
Egg Puri $3.99
Ei Kyar Kway $2.94
Chin Brothers Fried Chicken $7.99
Chicken Nuggets With French Fries $7.99
Chin Brother’s Samosas $6.99
Chin Brother’s Samosas $5.99
Egg Rolls $6.99
Egg Rolls $5.99
Fried Rice
Fried Rice Tray $70.00
Chin Brothers Fried Rice $9.99
Chin Brothers Pad Thai $9.99
Singapore Style Noodle Stir Fry $9.99
Lo Mein Stir Fry Noodles $9.99
Char Kway Teow Noodles $10.99
Chin Brothers Noodles Stir Fry $9.99
Rice Specials
Chicken Pad Krapow $11.99
Chin Brothers Steamed Chicken And Rice $10.99
Special Fried Chicken And Rice $10.99
Crispy Pork And Rice $11.99
Yangon Htamin Paung $11.99
Sabuti Soup (Corn Beef Soup) $8.99
Bak Kut Teh Soup $12.99
Mohinga Noodle Soup $9.99
Kya Zan Hinga Noodle Soup $12.99
Rakhine Mont Di $9.99
Goat Soup $16.99
Beef Soup $11.99
Tom Yum Soup $9.99
Vietnamese Soup $12.99
Chin Brothers Noodle Soup $12.99
Cantonese Noodle Soup $12.99
Kyaw Ooh Noodle Soup $12.99
Miso Ramen $11.99
Shoyu Ramen $11.99
Papaya Thohk $9.99
Shan Khao Swe Thohk $9.99
Nan Gyi Thohk $9.99
Mohinga Thohk $9.99
Chin Brothers Noodle Salad $9.99
Laphet Thohk (Tea Leaf Salad) $14.99
Laphet Thohk (Tea Leaf Salad) $10.99
Fried Egg Special $8.99
Kong Bong Kyaw (Kung Pao) Chicken $10.99
Chin Brothers Sweet And Sour $10.99
Stir-Fry Mixed Veggies $8.99
Chin Brothers Broccoli Special $8.99
Stir-Fry Gai Lan $8.99
Stir-Fry Bok Choy $8.99
Burmese Style Curry $10.99
Burmese Spicy Style $8.99
Chin Brothers Ginger Style $8.99
Coconut Shrimp $12.99
Vok Sa Cawh $11.99
Vok Sa Chumh $9.99
Vok Sa Ril $12.99
Steamed Pompano $18.99
Burmese Fried Tilapia $18.99
Burmese Style Fish Curry $22.99
Orange Chicken $10.99
Fried Beef $1.99
Jasmines White Rice $1.99

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One of my favorite Burmese restaurants in Indianapolis. The wait staff is very friendly (if, perhaps, a bit slow). There is a wide variety of Burmese dishes, desserts and milk teas. The food that I have ordered (curries, fried noodles, honeydew milk tea, tea leaf salad) have all been top notch. There is often Burmese BGM and the restaurant has limited but nice decorations and photos of Myanmar.

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Erik Stewart (艾祥龍)
It was my first time here and I ordered the Burmese Spicy Style Chicken with white rice. Also ordered the hot Burmese milk tea – which was good and tasted similar to milk tea with condensed milk that I have drunk in Singapore and Malaysia. The servers were very nice and friendly. I will be back again!

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Omae wa Mou Shindeiru
I enjoyed their food but I don’t think I will go back.

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6th6th6th suspension
The wait time was A HOUR for three noodle bowls, the food was below average, disgracing Burmese food, I tried the ramen and the pork belly was hard rough and tough to chew, Too salty and too many bamboo shoots, I do not recommend at all and there are better places.

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Shannon Carter
This was our first time eating here and trying Burmese food. We enjoyed it. All of the dishes that we ordered were delicious and the service was great.Our server was very friendly and helpful when we explained that we were first-timers. Will certainly return next time we want to have Burmese.

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Jessica Findley Yang
Ordered samosas, a sweet drink with house-made rice jelly, Burmese pork curry, and mohinga noodle soup. All delicious and fresh! The samosas were crispy and piping hot, filled with mildly spiced potatos and served with a sweet chili dipping sauce. The mont let saung drink is a palm sugar syrup with rice flour jelly, topped with coconut and chopped peanuts. The owner said they make the rice jelly at the restaurant! Sweet, cold and refreshing, with a unique flavor.The unctuous and flavorful pork curry came with white rice and limes to cut through the heaviness of the pork, a bowl of piping hot chicken broth with lots of black pepper and golden bits of fried garlic, and a small bowl of fish sauce infused with hot chilis for dipping. The only thing missing was some vegetables, which we will order on the side next time! The mohinga rice noodle soup was my favorite thing we ordered. It has a wonderful flavor, the fragrant fish broth is thickened with toasted rice powder, and topped with a boiled egg, lots of cilantro and herbs, and yellow split-pea fried crackers, with a lovely crunchy-turned-soft double texture. The owners were so nice, helping us order and checking on us throughout the meal. We will definitely make another trip down to try more menu items and explore Burmese/Myanmar cuisine!

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Tim Ludden
The tea leaf salad is amazing. We also had the Mohinga Thokh, and both were both great.

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LuLu Mo
It’s a worthwhile coming all the way from LA to dine in Chin Brothers!!!

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dar mawng
Very Good Food, Great People, Love them all , Come and trying

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Alejandro Cruz
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