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One of the popular microbreweries in the Jubilee Hills area, it is a huge place spread over three floors, with smart interiors and a podium for live performances. They brew 6 different beers, of which the wheat and cider stand out. Their molecular creation drinks deserve a mention, especially, 'Smoking Barrel' which is vodka and pineapple based. The menu has a long list of short eats, some of which adopt the principles of molecular gastronomy. 'Chilli Garlic Tempura Prawns' and 'Mushroom Duplex' are some of my favourites among these. 'Palak Patta Chaat' has spinach fritters presented with mint chutney foam here, and the taste justifies the looks of the dish. Among the main courses which range from Indian and Pan-Asian to continental, one can go for 'Nasi Goreng' or 'Mutton Roganjosh'. White 'Chocolate Brownie' is their signature dessert. Weekends are quite crowded here. On weekend nights they charge an entry fee for single men.
I went to 36D with a few of my friends, mainly to enjoy the band -Threeory, which we had heard a lot about. The band was having a few issues with the sound system and we had to wait a lot for them to start playing. The music was decent, specially the sitar player, the violinist and the tabla player but the vocals was poor. I am sure it was one of their bad days. Will go again some other day to change the perception that I have built during this visit. The beers were ok, no big deal, in fact some brews were pretty weak. Food was decent, good portion size, a bit spicy. The lamb kheema with pav was well presented and spicy. The chilly paneer was amazing, highly recommended. The nachos was nice, a bit extra saucy but delicious. The peanut, chana tray was fascinating, nicely presented and went very well with beers. Overall a good place. Will visit again to listen to music and have some beers.
The food waa good..liked the buffalo wings especially. Music was danceable although floor was crowded. The only issue were the drinks - watered down and the bartender seemed nore intent to watch the cricket screen behind him rather than making the drinks we wanted.
This truly is the age of Bars and Breweries for Hyderabad since just in the last two years we saw a storm of countless breweries and brewpubs coming up and fading away. However there were only a numerable bunch which stood strong in the test of time and have consistently delivered to the expectations of this ever growing market. Vapour Brew Pub is undoubtedly one of those microbreweries which have been garnering rave reviews since day one, be it for their classic house brews or the delectable finger food offerings. After their stunning successes in both Delhi and Bangalore, Vapour hit Hyderabad back in 2016 with a bang and instantly connected with the local crowds, something which can still be seen from the huge rush at the place almost all the week. The place in itself holds 2 storeys which sport multiple seating areas for different moods, be it lounge style or private dining, two austere bar counters and an alluring open air rooftop arrangement to make you fall in love with the serenity of mother nature. In addition to that, the place flaunts an amazing dance floor for all the party lovers out there. The overall decor for Vapour is minimalistic yet elegant, adorned with elegant edison bulbs and funky wall hangings. Coming to food, the curated menu definitely is an interesting one which flaunts interesting options both for vegetarians as well as non vegetarians which pair up well with the delightful house-brewed beers and cocktails. Starting off with a sampler set, I got a taste of all the 6 different brews on offer out of which my personal favourites came to be the Blonde and American Lager for their light undertone. For lovers of strong flavours, Dark Stout should be the best bet for its darker coffee like aftertaste. From the food menu, I got to try a lot of house specials as recommended by the chef where the non veg appetizers included the Buffalo Wings, Ghee Roast Chicken and Tandoori Pomfret. Buffalo Wings had those perfectly crispy yet succulent wings tossed in a sweet-spicy sauce which served as a perfect beer accompaniment along with the spicy South Indian preparation of Ghee Roast Chicken scented beautifully with the aroma of ghee. Tandoori Pomfret however failed to miss the mark mainly due to the lack of flavour balance and dominance of a certain bitter flavour which I suspected to be that of mustard. The vegetarians were kept equally entertained with the servings of Tandoori Momos, Veg Dimsums, Corn Cheese Bites and their speciality Mushroom Duplex. Both the dumplings be it the steamed or the tandoori preparation were really good with a thin wrapper and a wholesome filling of minced veggies, served alongside an equally delicious yellow pepper sauce. Corn Cheese Bites were the best of the lot with crispy breaded outside and a gooey-cheesy center. Mushroom Duplex though was a good dish of mushrooms stuffed with cheese and deep fried, however were a little bit disappointing because of the small portion size for the price. The main course for the night was yet another treat with amazing dishes, best of the lot being Keema Pav which had the most delicious mutton keema I have had in quite some time. Kodi Pulao was a surprising dish which came out to be quite close to all those famous Andhra style restaurants in the city having that mellow, aromatic flavour of fried onions and chicken. Grilled Fish was another one of my favourite ones which had a huge slice of fish massaged in a delectable dry spice-rub and grilled to perfection, served alongside a generous dollop of mashed potatoes and some veggies. However, not everything served was great as the aforementioned. The pizzas were something that the kitchen would have to really work on because of the hard crust as well as the overly tangy tomato sauce. Another improvement required would be in the Veg Nasi Goreng which was nothing more than a masala pulao loaded with bird's eye chili. Though a complete revival of the seafood based Nasi Goreng isn't possible in a veg setting, a more subtle and refined version of it can surely be looked upon by the kitchen instead of packing it with heat. The last course of desserts however made up for all the losses and delivered some terrific dishes from the restaurant including White Chocolate Brownie, Blueberry Cheesecake and the Chocolate Mud Pie. All the desserts in every sense were perfect, be it the lusciousness of the dainty Chocolate Mud Pie or the perfect sweetness level of the White Chocolate Brownie. A small suggestion to the management would be to modify the Blueberry Cheesecake recipe a little bit to bring in the crisp biscuit base in the slice to bring in a bit of texture to the dish. The service here at Vapour would be something which might need a little bit of improvement. Although the service staff was delivering to all the asks, a certain agility level was missing which caused me to wait for most of the essentials be it a glass of water or some extra spoons. To make up for it though, the servers were quite knowledgeable about the menu offerings and gave spot on suggestions, which was a plus. The kitchen though took time to bring the dishes onto the table, the end results were worth waiting so no complaints on that one. All in all, the place definitely has great things to offer which is quite evident from the fact that it was packed full house on a Tuesday night and is definitely recommended!
A very good place with live music I really Loved it. I can say that the best place to hang out with your friends....:-).ROOFTOP was really awesome and moreover, the band was awesome.
Really a nice place. Liked the open area on 1st floor. The 127 menu is really cool. Good service. Cheers.