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The microbrewery is located on the top floor of a building, bang on the busy Road no 36 of Jubilee Hills. The seating options include indoor, outdoor as well as a terrace one. A recent change in management has led to some improvements in the quality of food and beers here. The place serves half a dozen craft beers, of which the light strength witbier is one of the best available in the city. Even the hoppy 'American Lager' and 'Irish Red Ale' are very decent. The cocktails here lack variety and are nothing to write home about. The food menu is short, with some decent bar food. 'Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms', 'Chicken Meatballs', 'Lemon Cilantro Prawns' and 'Chicken Fingers' are some among them that can be recommended. The main courses have dishes from Indian as well as continental cuisines, apart from these you can also go for a pizza, burger or a sandwich. Service is rather slow, especially during the weekends.
The city of Hyderabad has sure become a hotspot for breweries in recent time with numerous great microbrewies popping up in and around. Repete Brewery & Kitchen is one fine example of such a concept, made even better with its rooftop setting and rustic ambience. Located at the start of Road Number 36 Jubilee Hills, the place sports a rugged yet charismatic decor and with live music performances up, the atmosphere becomes even more enjoyable. With quite a spacious indoor as well as outdoor rooftop setting, the place can easily accomodate 100 diners at once. Coming to the food, we went in for a weekday dinner placing order for a variety of appetizers for both the diets. In my view, every place with a setting like this should essentially have top notch appetizers complementing the house brews which was exactly what I found here. The restaurant offered some phenomenal dishes like Peri Peri Onion Rings and Crispy Honey Lotus Stem for the vegetarians and Lemongrass Chicken Tenders, Kadak Mutton Seekh Kebab and Mutton Roti Boti Kebab for the non vegetarians. Special mention would be go to their Peri Peri Chicken Wings for that delectable fiery sauce they were tossed in and the Murgh Gilafi Kebab for that flavourful, herb laded chicken mince. Talking about the heart of the place - their beers and cocktails now, I tried their beer sampler which had portions of most of their house brewed beer selection to find that it was a indeed a fairly decent batch. Being a fan of slight bitter tinge, English Bitter became my favourite for the night. From among the cocktails, Whiskey Sour and Bullfrog would be the ones I would recommend to anyone going to the restaurant. Though the other drinks that I got to try were at best average. A suggestion to the management here would be to look into this one and level them up. Mains had yet another marvel in store. Be it Continental, Indian or Oriental, the food excelled in each of the divisions. Grilled Fish with Orange Reduction was one of the dishes from the chef's new menu and it was breathtakingly delicious. Another great one was the Pesto Chicken having a chicken fillet grilled in tandoor and tossed in a delicious pesto sauce. From the Indian counterparts, I really loved the Nizami Murgh and Dal Makhani both being equally decadent. And to end the glorious meal came two delightful desserts namely Chocolate Mousse and Chocolate Samosa. How much ever absurd a Chocolate Samosa might sound, in terms of taste and flavours it definitely left a bang on the taste buds. Semi sweet dough filled with chocolate brownie and choco syrup served hot with a scoop of Vanilla ice cream, the dessert was a perfect combinations of textures and temperatures. Chocolate Mousse too was a brilliance in its own. Although not exactly a mousse but a ganache, the rich indulgent dish went really well with the caramel sauce on the side and undoubtedly was a winner. The service here at Repete was quite impressive. The food kept flowing to the table at a constant pace, showing that much needed sync between the waiting staff and the kitchen. The waiters were attentive and agile and provided the diners with any help necessary. In a nutshell, Repete Brewery & Kitchen for me shined bright as a complete package of ambience, food as well as service. Though the pricing seem a little on the higher end, the place also runs ₹99 menu everyday for their happy hours. Overall, a great place to let loose and relax every once in a while!
If you want to relax and chill over a bottle of beer or drinks with your friends and family than its a ideal place for you.
This place is really cool with amazing surroundings.You can come here and have drinks with your friends or family over Lunch or dinner.
I visited on a September afternoon, looking for a place to have lunch and a beer after a work meeting. Found this place on Zomato. It’s on the 5th floor. A huge place with wooden decor, tables at different levels and some books kept on shelves so far up that you’d have to get really high to get to them. The place wasn’t packed - weekday afternoon. Service was decent, except the guy would disappear and another would appear. The pricing is decent. 199 for a beer. 99 during happy hours. They have a separate happy hours menu for students, freshers & cheapskates. The Zomato Gold thing doesn’t work during happy hours. (Wonder why we pay for it) The food on the regular menu is well made, fresh, tastes like it should and the portions are decent. The food on the happy hours menu is for people who just want to munch on snacks while they drink cheap beer. (Not a bad option if you’re on a budget) Their house wheat beer is smooth and light. (They brew their own beer so you’ll see huge vats around the place) They charge service charge, which is a bummer, because you never know if that money goes to the servers at all. I wish they’d stop doing that. Let us give tips directly. All in all, a decent, cheap place. They need something that can add personality to the place. It’s got potential, but it’s not right up there yet.
Located in a prime location. Ambience was good. They have outdoor n rooftop seating too. Music was good. Live band performance on weekends. Service is not good. Beer served in Happy hour's is diluted n tastes like water. Beer tasted ok in normal hours. Food too was just ok not that great.