Vast Spaces, Craft Beer And Pub Grub: This Place Is All About The Communiti

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The newest brewery in town, Communiti is a massive space where you can meet, greet and chill out. Hopefully the beers add to the cheery environment.

Chow Down

Chilli Texan Fries, Peri Peri Chicken, Pizza Prosciutto And Pepperoni, Mac And Cheese Florentine

Sip On

Pick from their cocktails. Beers are not on tap yet.

Winning For

Space, space and more space. While we’re not fully convinced by the service or food yet, there’s plenty of room to really enjoy your night out without stepping on people’s toes, literally and figuratively. But weekends are super packed.

Lowdown On The Ambience

Reminiscent of Arbor Brewing Company, this one has industrial interiors with seating for large groups, booths, bar side tables and cosy corners. The centre space has community tablesbut with wrought iron railings to divide it all. We particularly love the water feature that is a grand piano which sprouts water with a flower bed on the sound board. Oh, and some cool sketched portraits on the walls.

For Starters

Essentially a brewery, the menu is designed to go with beers. We kicked off with sinful Chilli Texan Fries — double fried and tossed in a spicy sauce and then drowned in molten cheese. Yum! Peri Peri Chicken came next, and could have done with more spice. Unfortunately, they ran out of nachos the night we visited, but apparently they’re good. Pizzas are house-specials, and we can vouch for the Pizza Prosciutto And Pepperoni. Loaded with meat and cheese, the thin crust pizzas can well work as mains.

Steak Out

For mains, the Chicken Steak in a light white wine sauce works well. But the veggies on the side were a bit overdone. We quite liked the amalgamation of Mac And Cheese Florentine — cheesy pasta with the quintessential corn and spinach Florentine. My personal favourite, though not authentic, was the Bangers And Mash. Using pork hot dog sausages and a piquant pepper sauce instead of gravy, it was a hearty meal when paired with peas and mashed potato.

So, We’re Thinking

This place has many things going for it, but service is slow and a bit haphazard. Plus, lots of the drinks and food aren’t available. We can’t wait for the beers to really complete the experience.


If you’re in a large group, order the sharing platters {at just INR 390 for the non-vegetarian one} which puts together their best-selling starters.


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