The answer to this question is basically no. If you are looking to burn fat or lose or maintain your weight everything comes down to an energy balance.
However, researchers are constantly looking for foods that could burn fat. Some of the researchers and studies concentrate on milk and dairy products that have been theorized to burn fat through increasing inadequate calcium intake. Some researchers and studies concentrate on finding a specific diet that will burn fat like a high protein diet.
While there is evidence both for and against specific foods that burn fat, it has never been proven beyond a shadow of doubt that there is any one type of food or type of eating that can actually burn fat.
When it comes down to it, it is a marketing myth that just got so blown out of proportion and large that everyone started to talk about it, and pretty soon, people started to believe that food could burn fat.
In reality food provides energy and nutrients, but cannot burn fat. Of course one should eat a healthy, balanced diet to provide their daily nutritional needs. When you are eating healthy food this will supply the energy for you to do fat burning activities, such as exercising.