The ambience of this place is pretty good. They have a nice little garden and an artificial pond, with nice and unique hanging around the place. Their seating arrangement is pretty good and they can accommodate good 150-200pax.
Service at the restaurant is pretty good. The crew members are very responsive and courteous.
What is ate?
-Chicken Suya Kebab: A delicious chicken kebab, covered with the gun powder. The presentation looked simple but the chicken starter tasted good.
-Mutton Fergana: The mutton Fergana was the best among all the non-veg starters which I had. It was cooked well. Right spices were present in the right place. The dahi gave them the softness which was required.
-Mangalorean Tawa Prawn: Our coastal cuisine from Mangalore. This reminded me of the prawn fry which I had in Mangalore.
-Khowsuey: One of the best Khowsuey that I have tasted till date. It was a vegetarian Khowsuey with a great mild spicey coconut milk and with varieties of toppings available.
-Cheese Garlic Bread: A nice simple garlic bread with pretty interesting presentation.
-Chicken Tikka Pizza: A pizza loaded with fresh mozzarella and generous chicken chunks. They tasted great.
-Decadent Mousse: Loved their presentation and their taste. It was chocolaty throughout.
-Chilled Rabdi Cake: Another amazing rabdi cake which had layers of saffron and the evergreen condensed rabdi was simply awesome.
-Tres Leches: It was just wow. Perfect.
All in all the Stories brew chapter is very promising. Their beers are one of the best in the area. I loved the Dunkel and Hefeweizen. Their non-veg starters and desserts are the best. Do not miss them at any cost. The place is always at the high sound and you'll enjoy them.
Recommended food: Mutton Fergana, Mangalorean Tawa Prawn, Khowsuey, Chicken Tikka Pizza, Decadent Mousse, Chilled Rabdi, Tres Leches.