Ambience and seating: The best thing about this open-air brewgarden is the ambience which is spacious including the tables over the well spread out grass lawns. A seating area covered with a roof and some creepers., spaces covered with some beautiful hanging lanterns which are a treat to view in the evening! This huge spacious and scenic area has a central area with a beautiful fire lamp. The tables are set slight far apart from each other in comparison to a normal restaurant which gives you enough privacy. They have huge tables for bigger groups and families as well.
With Bangalore weather guaranteeing a nice cosy, chilly evening and their range of light and strong craft beers paired with some light starters, this is the perfect place to unwind after a tough week. The resort-like ambience goes really well with their German beers.
Food and drinks: I tried a Hefeweizen, it was crisp and quite light. For starters, we ordered Hummus and Pita, Avocado toast and a Penne Arrabbiata. While in the hummus and pita I felt that hummus was nice and creamy and with a lot of olive oil, the quantity was too less and hence asked for a refill. The avocado toast was my favourite with a nice thick layer of mashed avocado and veggies on top- what I really liked is that the avocado mash had not been fiddled with too much and was pure and fresh. The Penne Arrabiata was a nice light sauce, with exotic veggies but slight spicy - but I guess you can always tell the chef!
Definitely visit this place for its huge gardens and open-air dining experience and some well-done craft beers.
FYI: This brew garden also features in Bengaluru’s finest.