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Bangalore has its share of microbreweries and Sarjapur is not left out thanks to Hoot. Considering the small number of such microbreweries in the vicinity, the vastness of the space serves the area very well. So start with the Pomegranate chicken and the Magic Drumsticks. These can keep you company when you get through the Belgian White, The Dark Abbey, the Blonde, Tripple and the Fruit Beer. Heads up! The Tripple seriously packs a punch. You could add to your food bill, the Twisty Tangy Mushroom, that is the perfect chakna. If you like pizzas, then the Farmhouse, as well as the Bacon with onion, are the way to go. The Penne Pesto Rossa is a brilliant pasta dish. The brewery also has a large dessert selection and you should definitely save some space for it
Have been there twice but got the chance to enter and enjoy it only once as it was a weekday. On weekends its tough to get a place because of the crowd. And why not after all the service provided by them is simply awesome. Went with my wife on loved every bit of it they way they welcome; the service provided by them and really perfect music - not so loud neither too soft just apt for you to enjoy the music and also converse with your partners. They have very nicely bifurcated the Smoke and Non-Smoke zone which is really appreciated. Nicely decorated with good lights and decoration stuffs. Well the main thing that every restaurant should have is food and Hoot has its special delicacies. Tried Chicken Nachos and chicken Wings - both of them just was awstuck for us not only it was tasty but also pretty different from other places. The way it was served was brilliant. Loved every bit of its taste. Hoot has its own brewery and do try the Belgian beer; i have tried brewed beers across many restaurants in Bangalore but the Belgian beer of Hoot is special right amount of bitterness, strong enough. My wife tried Mary Pick ford cocktail - well it didn't taste as to what she expected but it was very well decorated and look wise it looked really good. Well last but not the least the desert Infused Choco Blast - was just yummy the way melted chocolate burst out of the cake was awesome and it was really tasty. One of the must haves Cons- Hoot has tried to come up with creative ideas for chairs; however most of the chairs are old style iron chairs which are little uncomfortable; so if they can come up with some creativity in making the chairs bit more comfortable will make it one of the best place for hangout in Bangalore
Always the ones for an open air place, we were in for a treat with this one. Rarely do we find such a place in Mumbai (where I am from). You are immediately struck with the vastness of the place and you know everything will be alright. They even have fishes and had done up the place for Christmas nicely. The drink choices were eclectic and innovative. The beer sampler was good. The best part was their wood burnt pizzas - as good as promised! Efficient service. Points all round!
Excellent ambience for hanging out with friends. We have thoroughly enjoyed the visit, service and food. Little bit disappointed with the varieties of beer offer that day, we had to choose amongst few options provided.
TL;DR - Horrible management, mass (near)molestation. We were at the New Year's Eve event at Hoot on the 31st Dec. We were ten people. Our evening started at 7.30pm when we reached the venue and collected the tickets which had costed us around Rs.5500 per couple. This was a silver booking. The event was from 8 to 1 in the night. On entry, at around 8.05pm, they snatched 2 newly opened cigarette packs and a collector's item lighter saying that only sealed packs are allowed inside(don't how that makes a difference). The scampered for seats only to find out that our tickets would only fetch us a night of standing and holding our plates and glasses in our hands. We then moved towards the 4 liquor/beer counters, none of which were serving saying that they would start at 9. I argued that we had been waiting since 7.30pm. I had to shout and ask for water. They started serving food at around 8.40 and drinks by 9 upon public pressure. 9 to 10 was the happy time in which there was a band playing and there was space enough just to get hold of a couple of seats and fetch some food and drinks. When that finished, it was DJ night. People were pouring in when I went for a nature break. The restrooms were packed and the women's one had a half an hour's queue. There was lewd activity all around and more people were getting in. I had a cocktail of drinks poured on my t-shirt on my way back. It was so packed. The night grow only worse with no place sit except for dirty liquor spilt floors and we had given up on our hopes of dancing; looking out for the night to end. We literally didn't do anything after that. The food/drinks counters were way out of reach because of the crowd. One of us also got caught in a brawl while protecting his girlfriend from lechers. We rushed out at near midnight when the cocktail on my t-shirt added a touch of champagne which was being sprinkled from the live performance podium. Lots were lying on the floor and the rush to the door was hellish. Thankfully, there were no major bruises and we were out. In the end, at 1am, we ordered food at home and dispersed in silence from there.
Place was crowded and options in veg was limited. Food taste was also average and dishes were over priced. Mocktails were not that great. Ambience was ok. Overall rating is average all combined. Lot of optoons to improve.
One is recommended to try to experience Bengaluru through its nightlife, which is both vivacious and thrilling. The city stuns one through its versatile night scene that encompasses some very lively pubs crawling all over Bengaluru, each one exceptional in its own right. Sarjapur Road is a trendy vicinity that is home to several funky bars, stylish microbreweries and fancy restaurants but out of all, our attention is held by one spot, which is quite appealing in ambience. Tucked on this busy route is an exhilarating microbrewery ‘HOOT – Café & Brewery’, very sought after by the bar-hoppers of the city. It is an excellent place to taste the pulsating nightlife of Bengaluru, especially when one is looking for an energetic background to kick-start the night. You will find the brewery sprawled at Kaikondrahalli in Block 2.
A good bar menu is the heart and soul of any decent brewery. Besides their usual house-crafted brews a tippler should have the time of his life wading through the booze selection on offer. At HOOT you can set your doubts aside and try whatever is on tap. Pair it off with few choicest appetizers from HOOT’s wonderful multi-cuisine menu. Share amongst your friends HOOT special nachos, fried baby corn chilly plum, Pattaya fish, spicy lemon basil chicken, nam prik lamb, Cajun meal ball, dim sums, Bhatti ka paneer tikka and teriyaki chicken. You won’t run out of options here, there is just so much variety. HOOT’s main course includes, ma-po tofu, great wall prawns, mutton rogan josh, black forest burger, spaghetti arrabitta, bacon & onion pizza, fiery Indonesian prawn curry and murgh dum masala.
HOOT’s dessert menu is a shot of chocolate overdose. Coco lover can have a sinful time indulging in a variety of chocolate desserts and then some. Oreo cheesecake, Nutella banana toasty, marble chocolate slice cake, chocolate & old monk mousse, molten choco blast and, to clean your palate, classic Italian tiramisu. Ambience is one thing in which HOOT excel at. HOOT is a stunning pool-side restaurant where instead of one big pool, several small pools are created to break up the outdoor space. Tables are then added besides each pool so each diner has the luxury of dining poolside. Best time to visit HOOT is in the evening when the whole place is washed in lights and hi-tech sounds. The place is only marginally pricey, which is a relief.