Bira, white owl or even the homemade Hefeweizen, there’s a lot for all beer lovers. (Choose one of those) - was done well. They have 10 on totality in terms of their Tap beers. One can opt for the Hopper collection if you like the taste a little strong.
Munching on house fries that came along a nice mayo dip was a good start with the Hefeweizen.
Hass Avocado Toast with Beetroot Jam - Garlic bread slider (without the garlic of course) topped with beetroot jam and then the avocado. Crunchy and the right soft texture with for the fruits. Sprinkled with a few small chunks of cheese. Goes neat.
Cajun Baby Potatoes, Cheesy Aioli - Mashed baby potatoes shallow fried to crisp. Sprinkled with masalas and topped with the Long Island dressing. A fair treat for vegetarians.
Although known for Taps, happen to order one of their cocktail here called the Breakfast Sour which was raved about - a twist to the classic whiskey sour, an entire egg yolk batter with the orange tang.
Veg Sliders - Patty is a mixture of spinach, mushroom and Brie. Served with mini buns inside. Felt the texture was a little on the dry side that can be taken care of surely.
Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Tomatoes and Mozzarella - all time favourite. Does fab with the cheese and sun-dried make.
Ended this meal with Tiramisu and a chocolate cake - perfect trippy.
Overall, Kaitlin’s is ready for a new journey in terms of the Tap and beers. The revamped food menu is something you will love to relish along with that malt glass. I’m a Tap beer guy and will visit again.