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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.
It is a great treat to have the super chilled beer from Beer cafe. The veg and non veg snacks are available ,like the pakoda or bajji. Among non veg, you can enjoy fish fry or chicken dry items
Who doesn’t want a relaxed beer break on a hot Delhi day? A mug of ice-cold beer is the perfect reason to come off from the streets of New Delhi and steal a few hours to yourself, cooling down over chilled brew in the company of friends. Any beer connoisseur will tell you; this is the ideal scenario to beat the summer season of New Delhi. We adore our share of different beers so it isn’t a surprise that we consider ‘The Beer Café’ as our regular haunt. This youthful beer-centric pub is a haven for beer fiends. The brand enjoys a firm grip on Delhi NCR market and has numerous outlets of the pub spread all over the city. Check out the one at TDI Epicuria, Nehru Place, New Delhi.
The one thing Beer Café is exceptionally known for is it’s expansive beer selection. Labels from all over the world are picked up and stocked at this popular pub. If you fell in love with a beer during your travels, chances are you will find it right here. The pub even keeps as much as six varieties of craft brews on tap all the time. Indulge in your love for lagers and stouts. They do a great job of accompanying their brew selection with a lip-smacking array of grub. Indian and Italian are their forte. Tuck into, 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 color 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.