When you talk of beer, The Beer café is surely one of the few places that comes to your mind. It is the place that you must consider for some excellent and really extensive range of beers across the world. But that is not all, it is interesting to see how they have paired up beers with their food menu and even made use of beer in their food. The place is rather decked up most of the times, the yellow furniture and leather sofas are comfortable, proper to appeal the young masses to chill and hang around while their pints are get multiplied. The food menu is quite diverse and it offers some great grub including tapas and bar snacks. The 'French Fries', for instance, comes with a choice of 5 different spices you can choose from, we love the ‘Fennel Spiced French Fries’. It is totally unique and the fennel has a desi ring to it which is very unusual but in a very known territory of taste. The other good things include 'Beer Battered Onion Rings', they are interesting and the beer batter really shines out of those crisp fried rings, nice yeast-y after taste. Least that you want to worry about are the mains: 'Aglio-E-Olio Pasta' or the 'Classic Arrabbiata' is quite a treat too, they are both served with a side of toasted garlic bread. The Indian mains include a good range of curries, even though they are regular ones but they are well made. The better part is that they are served with '2 Butter Kulchas' and a 'Salad' by the side. It is slightly weird that there are no desserts on the menu and that is quite surprising. Even though it is a beer dominated place, no sign even of a brownie can be underwhelming for many.