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Go to The Beer Café for the drinks. While they have a variety of beers both on the tap and in pints, you’ll actually be surprised by the choices. From 'Chimay Red', 'Oranjeboom', 'Shephard Neame' and even 'Cooper’s', it is a great range that The Beer Café has stocked. But it is not just the beers that you must try, they make some great cocktails too – the 'Grapefruit Mojito' and the 'Tangy Flowertini' are great options. For the food, you will do well if you order the basics – tikkas and kebabs or garlic toast just to keep hunger at bay.
As the temperature is rising our thirst keeps calling out for a tall glass of chilled beer. For tipplers beer is the ultimate drink that sees them through the long months of summer and sweltering Delhi heat. There is nothing better than walking out of the sunshine piercing your back and sit down to drink a glass of chilled beer in a peaceful environment. It’s because of the city’s endless love for beer that ‘The Beer Café’ was so well received by the Delhiites. The chain of peppy beer joints has taken over the face of Delhi, brightening the long row of shops with a pop of bright yellow signage. SDA Market is no different. The popular market where the outlet of Beer Café is located is even more sought after by the opening of this hip brew joint.
The Beer Café is one of the few pubs you expect to stock different kinds of beer without being disappointed. If you had tried a brew while on your travels and seek it again, chances are you will find it at The Beer Café. The pub has an immense variety of beer brands from all over the world. Germany, Belgium, UK, Holland, Australia, Denmark, USA, Spain, Scotland, China, Mexico, Bosnia, Japan, the list is exhaustive. Those who feel adventurous can just ask for whatever is on tap. While beer is their main game, The Beer Café also offers other kinds of alcohol. Beer based cocktails are crazy and worth checking out. Dig into some North Indian or Italian nibbles to add a salty kick. They present a wide variety of appetizers.
There is no way you will go home even remotely hungry, not will all those pizzas, pastas, burgers doing rounds. Food is pretty great and gives your beer an excellent company. Staff is friendly and helpful, dedicated towards giving you a memorable time. The soothing music flowing in the background wraps up your evening perfectly. The seating area at The Beer Café sprawls across two floors giving you plenty of space to move about. The interiors in turn reflects the same earthiness of the brew through faux exposed brick wall, wooden finishing and perky yellow artwork. Simple wicker chairs and comfy sofa encourages you to sit comfortably for hours nursing your beer. With a tad pricey bill The Beer Café bids you adieu.