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The most irritating thing for beer lovers is to have the server ruefully announce that they do not have the brand you want. With Beer Café, whose outlets (13 in Delhi NCR) stock up to 30 brands of both domestic & international beer, that dilemma can be wonderfully avoided. The flagship outlet ‘The Biggie’ in Connaught Place as well as others spread across Delhi, each have their own particular ambience - expect cheerful, not dimly lit! Outdoor seating as well to look forward to in the winter. Their menu is filled with mainly Indian & Italian food (along with the expected momos & burgers) to keep you going.
When it comes to boozing, beer is one drink you simply cannot go wrong with. This fermented frothy concoction has ruled the hearts for decades, so much so that one cannot imagine going through hot sweltering summers without a pint of chilled beer. It is a complete party drink too and manages to fit every occasion perfectly, be it a sports night or a simple long drive. No messy glass and soda accompaniments to go with, just pull the cap off and take a long gulp. Encouraging to indulge in our love for brew is ‘The Beer Café’, a popular chain of pubs dedicated exclusively to beers. Delhi owns numerous outlets of The Beer Café but we suggest you should try the one located at Moments Mall, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi.
Unlike other bars, The Beer Café puts its sole focus on beers and stocks on over 30 varieties in domestic and international labels. But what really makes it stand apart is the house brews. Have whatever is on the tap and if you are confused, ask for the sampler. Don’t feel like beer? Opt for a bottle of wine or whisky, vodka, gin, tequila, cognac and rum. To munch choose from their North Indian, Italian menu. Give your beer that savoury kick with an assortment of nibbles like, beer bettered onion rings, drunken fish fingers, vegetable spring roll, chicken wings, stir fried prawns and hara bhara kebab. Chase it up with, mutton baida roti, pepperoni pizza, pasta mushroom alfredo, veggie burger, dal makhani with laccha paratha, crumb fried fish n chips, garden fresh pizza and spaghetti aglio olio.
There is always room for another beer before you move for home. The Beer Café is an ideal place to catch up with friends or chill out post work with an ice-cold beer. The pub’s vodka based cocktails are pretty good too, in case you don’t feel like having beer. The signature Beer Café yellow colour finds it’s way into the décor. The impact of exposed brick walls with yellow painted shutters, modern lighting, dark brown wicker furniture and fun artwork on walls gives off a very welcoming cheerful appearance. The vibe remains casual but chirpy here, especially around weekends when the pub is close to spilling. It would be a good time to reserve ahead. Contrary to what you might think, the prices at The Beer Café are not very expensive.