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Beer Cafe Biggie is that holy shrine where every tippler is a pilgrim. The decor is in keeping with a pub vibe, with faux casks, beer taps and exposed brick detailing. The Beer Cafe Biggie is spread over two levels. Giant television screens are studded generously across the walls. If it is match day, make sure to snag a table with the best view of the screen and you are assured of a gala time. The food menu has been carefully constructed, as a made-in-heaven pairing with a battery of ales, stouts, pilsners, lagers and what have you. So, then there are the oil showered goodies in the form of 'Koliwada Fried Chicken' and 'Fish Fingers' to line your stomach before the alcohol hits home. The restaurant's Pizza repertoire is replete with classics, including the headliner, 'Pepperoni'.
I had a glass of the only dark beer they had and was just under £10 for a half litre. Didn't have Kingfisher - odd??
Visited with friends and had a good time. Their non-veg platter is nice but serve size is quite small for almost all dishes
Always 80% full. They provide an assortment of Brewed Beer with tasty snacks including crispies. Ambience was good and nice music.
Advertised draught beers were not available. Magners Cider advertised but no ciders available. Very disappointed customers.
Get away from all the noisy trafic in Connaught Place and enjoy some different beers - Bira, Simba, White Rhino etc. Excelent service and very good atmosphere.
There is one thing that ties all the people of all caste and creed globally is their love for beer. This tall fermented drink is consumed like water in some countries. That is true love. Germany the godfather nation of beer would be proud to see our country joining ranks to prove our love too. The beer café on janpath road, Connaught place is our proof of admiration for this heavenly drink. The café as the name suggests is dedicated completely to feed their customers beer. And they come in hordes to be serviced. The interiors of café is cheerfully bright with sunshine walls and shiny table tops.
Draught beers are poured from the tap filling the glass till the rim with frothy goodness. Bottle beers both light and strong are available of domestic and international brands. Charger from Scottish cliffs, sol and corona from Mexican beaches, from islands of japan asahi, Estrella dam from mystic spain, sagres from Portugal, from Holland plains Amstel, erdinger weissbier by germans all the brands loved by you on your travels are now housed under one roof ‘The beer cafe’. Whisky drinkers need not feel left out for your daily dose of scotch is provided too. As is gin and beer/vodka/rum-based cocktails. For assigned drivers of the group you can accompany your friends over juice or erdinger which is non-alcoholic beer. Munches to give salty kick are easy to eat and light with the drinks. Corn bhel, honey chilli potato, dimsums, spring roll, French fries, kebabs and paneer tikkas creates a spread worthy of a king. The bites are small and proportioned so pick up and chew away.
Large gatherings are better suited for beer café cause of ample space and laid back attitude. The café even have a section on the menu shareables for this precise purpose. Large platters and combo meals are dished out if you don’t want to eat home cooked food. Taste wise the food is quite good but let’s admit the hero here is good old beer. The spotlight remains firmly on the beer café for making a tiny dream land for beer devotees. In eight hundred only you can drink beer to fill your heart. Connaught place has once again managed to earn our regards. Cheers!