Heading into or out of Whitefield on a weekday can be a challenge, but pleasantly many people move in and out over a weekend. There is now another reason to head to this part of the city, as it now has one more brewery that you have to try out. Biergarten Brewery and Kitchen opened its gates last month and has been steadily gathering more and more guests to try out it signature brews. I tried out their beers and menu over this weekend and came pretty satisfied. Read on for what I got to try.
Biergarten is located on the Hoodi main road, just next to Premier Inn and is a perfect place for all office goers in and around ITPL and EPIP area to wind down in the evenings, while on a weekend it is perfect for anyone looking to spend some quality time with friends or family.
Setup with nice open views from the terrace it has ample varied style seating. The hanging pots all over give a nice green touch.
Amongst the choice of fresh brews, it offers four choices. the Wheat beer comes in a staw yellow colour with sweet and fruity notes and 5%ABV. The lager is elegant bright yellow with malty taste and less bitter than a regular lager with 4.8%ABV. The dark beer comes with a burnt caramel and roasted malt taste in dark brown colour and also 4.8%ABV. My favourite among the four was BG strong with malty with strong caramel and toffee notes and deep amber colour with 6%ABV. For friends who are not beer lovers, there are multiple other choices from wine, sangria, vodka, rum, whisky among cocktails and mocktails.
Food is where I feel Biergarten scores over many other breweries. A carefully curated menu is pretty long and you would find something to everyone’s liking. The taste of each of the dishes I tried from the appetizers to main course was outstanding.
Biergarten chicken wings prepared with marinated garlic, lemon and herbs had a perfect barbeque sauce.
A regular for beer lovers, the nachos had ample amount of melted cheddar cheese and chicken.
Mouth watering mushroom galouti is perfect for veggie lovers.
Spicy corn and cheese macaire were served with mint chutney.
The bao’s were neatly filled with minced lamb, for the vegetarians they also come with a paneer filling.
Lemon spiced chicken tikka come nicely tucked onto skewers and absolutely melt in the mouth.
My main course favourite was the pulled pork burger with tender meat filling along with red onion and barbeque sauce.
An English favourite fish & chips come nicely tucked in a cone shaped basket.
Twice cooked Pork spare ribs are perfectly cooked and served along with some garlic bread and perfect mashed potatoes.
Grilled Salmon is served along with grilled zucchini, tomatoes and finger potatoes.
If you still have appetite left or if you have separate space for desserts like me, I suggest to go with Tiramisu.
Try this place out on a great sunny Bangalore day and enjoy with the house brews, great food and a personalised service.
Phone: 080 4965 2776