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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.
As another Beer Café outlet joins the already substantial number in New Delhi, we realize that we don’t mind at all. There is always room for another beer-centric pub in the city. The more, the merrier for us! Since it’s arrival on Delhi’s drinking scene several years ago, ‘The Beer Café’ has become a mecca for beer fiends in the city. This is a one-stop destination for all those who adore beers and know their lagers and pilsners well. Although there are numerous outlets of Beer Café across Delhi NCR, we prefer the one at DLF Promenade Mall, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. Being located in a busy shopping mall, the outlet is a great spot to pause between shopping sprees and take a cool beer break.
The Beer Café takes pride in it’s beer selection collected from all over the globe. Labels you didn’t even know existed can be experimented with here. If you don’t like your beer in bottles then have whatever is on tap. The pub keeps as many as six variety of craft beers on tap all the time. Beers of both domestic and international kinds are available. With it, the pub serves a drool-worthy food menu overloaded with starters. Definitely try, beer bettered onion rings, drunken fish fingers, vegetable spring roll, chicken wings, stir fried prawns and hara bhara kebab, are great munchies. 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.
Menu is appetizers heavy, which makes The Beer Café an ideal place to chill out over beers munching down snacks. Make room for their vodka based cocktails, they are good. The pub is a moderately priced place. While it’s not expensive, it’s not cheap either. Their refrigerators stacked with beer bottles is a lovely sight. The pub is a spacious sunlit room dotted with comfy sofas and relaxing colorful chairs. The idea is to encourage you to unwind in a comfortable space. The signature Beer Café yellow color infuses itself into this casual space accompanied by shade of sea green. Overall, the pub comes across as colorful, attractive and youthful. The Beer Café is a good place to unwind between shopping sprees cooling down your heels over a pint. Check out their outdoor space.