The yellow world

The yellow world

The cooling warmth of a good brew has no competitors. And the experience (and taste) only get better when soaked in comfort. ‘The Beer Cafe’, the latest addition to Indiranagar’s food street — 100 Feet Road — brings together a welcomed combination of beer, yummy tit-bits and spacious seating.

Although the cafe looks like an egg has been cracked over it, with stark shades of yellow all over, it has an airy seating space, which makes the experience enjoyable (thankfully, one won’t need to worry about eavesdroppers). Beer barrels that mask as tables, comfortable chairs and sofas and pre-food games on the table mats add to a wholesome experience. But the rest of the interior looks like a Wikipedia page on beer. One cannot look a direction without coming across the word (or yellow).

They boast of serving 50 different types of brews, and have a range of mocktails and cocktails, including beer-based ones. Some of their selections include a ‘Beerito’, ‘Sweet pepper’ and ‘Blue flip’ concoction. One could, however, do without the ‘Crazy nuts’, another beer-based cocktail that leaves a unpleasant after-taste.

To go with the drinks, they have a range of appetisers, main courses and desserts. For vegetarians, the corn-filled potato skins and bruschetta are good options. Of course, there are beer-battered onion rings and French fries (although neither are their best). To add an Indian flavour to the entire meal, there are items like ‘Corn bhel’, ‘Veg seekh kebab’ and ‘Paneer tikka’.

The non-vegetarian selection includes ‘Chicken wings’, ‘Chicken tenders’, ‘Chicken seekh kebab’, ‘Calcutta chilly chicken’ and more. Various grills, kebabs, ‘tikkas’ and tandoors are available. And shareables, for those who want to try everything, like ‘The Hulk’ (a  selection of onion rings, stuffed potato skins, chit chat bruschetta and french fries, served with Chipotle mayo, home-made salsa and sweet chilly sauce) and ‘The Hungry Tide’ (Non-vegetarian platter of chicken wings, chicken tenders, chicken stuffed potato skins and fish fingers served with mustard mayo, home made salsa and tartar sauce) are also there.

For main course, one can indulge in thin crust, 12 inch pizzas, pastas, canteen favourites like ‘Crispy vegetable Maggi’ and combo plates like ‘The masala burger’, ‘Paneer kolhapuri’ and ‘Biryani’ served with ‘raita’, mint chutney and ‘laccha’ onions. The dessert section is a bit limited, with a blueberry cheesecake and ‘Chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream’. ‘The Beer Cafe’ is located at the ground floor, 307, KP Square, 100 ft Road, Indiranagar.

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