Was mesmerized by their beer menu and a visit was long overdue.
Straight away asked for the house brewed,but was disappointed that only two were in stock,Belgian Wit and Smoky Deer.The server was kind enough to give us a sampler shots before we could order in.
Belgian Wit had a sweetish-citrusy aftertaste,nothing extra-ordinary.
Smoky Deer was something different.Felt like a light Stout,with a smoky aftertaste.The smoky flavour was overpowering though.
For the second order,asked for I guess 2-3 beers,none in stock.
Settled for Fuller's Honey Dew.A hint of honey aftertaste,with no kick at all in the beer itself.Felt too flat for my liking.
Again,asked for like 2-3 beers,all out of stock,and felt a bit cheated as to all the exotic ones were out of stock.Anyway,asked the server to get me one which was in stock,who suggested 1664 Blanc,which was not on the menu.
This one made my day.A crisp,chilled beer with a caramel after taste,a unique blend which was what was needed to enjoy the El Classico! :)
Ended downing a couple more of these.
The food,order the carnivore platter.Meat balls were a little dry,tamarind and lime chicken tikkas were all right,beer batter basa was nice(fresh meat,real tender),wings were top notch and butter garlic beer prawns were the pick of the lot.
Baked nachos with cheese,loaded both in terms of taste and quantity.You could order a plate of this,and down a couple of beers.Perfect companion for beers.
Ambiance is good,normal seating,bar seating as well,along with 4 screens.DJ playing the backdrop as well.
Love the walls,full of beer bottles,and the brewery kettles behind the bar itself.
Staff is courteous,helped me with my orders.A bit on the expensive side,but totally worth it.
Another good thing about this place,the beer on tap Kingfisher and Stella,both were crisp,chilled and not at all flat,like most(read every)places.So thumbs up for this.
Beer lovers shouldn't miss this place! :)