Review The Beer Cafe @Indiranagar Bengaluru


A veritable temple to beer, with more varieties under one roof than anywhere else in Bengaluru. An ever-changing selection comes from around the globe sourcing 50 varieties of beer, from 27 locations, across 17 countries, creating an ultimate space for beer lovers. the  drink menu also consists wide range of beer based cocktails..The Beer Cafe is located at...Ground Floor, 307, “K.P.Square”, 100 ft Road, Binnamangala, Ist Stage, Indiranagar, Bengaluru. 


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The Ambiance: A warm, casual space. Ample and comfortable seating. Centrally air conditioned. with eccentric decor, with a mix of  tables and sofas, and a stage ready-made for live performance and DJ sets, The Beer Cafe manages to be both a popular community pub and a party venue worth travelling to. Its is a laid-back lounge bar. Creating an interactive space for the young and old. I totally envy the residents of indiranagar they have a wonderful space to windup,with family and friends...


The Food: a mix of pub classics, beer batter onion rings, corn bhel, jalapeno cheese balls, seekhs, kholiwada, sharable platters, and the list goes on, you’re guaranteed to find something to tickle the taste buds. Both the vegetarians and non-vegetarians are spoilt with the extensive menu...


When The Beer Cafe hosted me and dad I was so glad to spend quality time with him. We had the entire space for our self's, the staff were really friendly..service was quick.  Few pointers to note the space gets crowded during weekends and after 8pm everyday. 

We chose sharable platter with lager(peroni) and ordered the hungry tide the platter consisted of spicy BBQ chicken wings, fish fingers, chicken fingers, potato skins stuffed with chicken corn and cheese served along with salsa and tartar sauce. The light and crisp beer complimented with all the starters.

After few beers we ordered Burraaah a non vegetarian platter with Calcutta chilly chicken, mutton seekhs, cheese balls and batter fried chicken called kholiwada.

We were pretty much full at this point I still was tempted to try their chicken biryani and thin crust pizza. The mains were paired with Laffe and King Fisher beer. I personally liked the combination of laffe this rich creamy beer paired with spicy food was bang on.

For dessert we had hot fudge chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream. Overall yummy pub food at an affordable price point.

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Culcutta Chilly Chicken, kholiwada, Jalapeno Poppers, Mutton Seekhs..


Fish and Chicken Fingers, BBQ Chicken Wings, Stuffed Potato skins...


Pepperoni Pizza..

Chicken Biryani with mint chutney, salad and papad...

Hot Fudge Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Ice cream..

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