Review: BREWBOT EATERY & PUB BREWERY
POSTED ON DECEMBER 26, 2014
Our verdict: Stop wasting time analysing the name, Andheri’s four month old Brewbot is worth a visit! My four fab dedicated foodie blind dates (who I contact on instagram the evening before) from different professions dine here with me. Whoa! What fun! there’s Salonee Sanghvi ( @foodalong an equity analyst loves travelling) Poonam Kakodkar, (@poonamdk HR professional, foodie, marathoner, amateur photographer.)
Alok Verma (@chocolate_and_zucchini
a doctor-in-making, trained singer and a baker at heart)
and Sagorika Datta
Information Technologist, leaving for masters in New Zealand extreme bibliophile and tech-freak.) I savor every moment with them.
We like. “Beer factory” ambiance, exposed brick walls, gleaming gigantic copper and steel brewing vats, painted bots, TV sets et al. Alfresco seating too.
The mutli-cuisine menu offers comfort for those who want it and adventure for those who dare. Go for the Goat cheese lollipops (stuffed with jalapeno and dates), delectable salmon pizza with marscapone, unerringly cooked mussels in wine or involtini eggplant and you wont go wrong. Ask for the comforting juicy Burger, home made pasta, sweet, tangy chicken with honey chilli sauce and you wont wrong either. Outstanding chocolate foindant with a whisper of coffee, we love the caramel crème brulee (in the trio). Swiss trained, hugely talented partner and chef Anand Morwani masterfully combines flavor with texture and both with presentation.
SERVICE AND DRINKS
How do we judge the service accurately? my blind dates go in half an hour before me: are greeted by Julie the brewmaster and given attentive service. The partners, Ketan Gohel (Prince of Palitana) and Ansh Seth ensure that all goes smooth. Though their microbrewery license is awaited. the well-stocked bar and creative cocktails (beer margarita :A bottle of Corona inverted in a Margarita glass) and others delight.
Loud, very loud music. The grating sound of the frozen margarita blender disturbs. Doughy, lackluster bread, ditto for the Crab sliders. Hard Risotto balls. Bland chicken roulade.
OUR TRIED, TESTED AND TASTED VERDICT
We all love the lived-in, age-softened feel of the Beerfactory ambiance.
And Chef Morwani ‘s cooking appealingly complements that atmosphere. It’s mostly a mix of beer-bites, comfort foods and gourmet ones (molecular dishes are on the cards, as is the microbrewery and my favorite Kolsch .) We still couldn’t decide whether this restaurant was positioned to be a drinkers’ refuge with ambitious food or a proper restaurant with a particular vanity about its beer-cocktails and microbrewry. Either ways it rocks!
Note: Sunday Brunch Rs 1200- 1800
Off New Link Road
Near Infiniti Mall
PHONE 4003 4448
HOURS Daily, 6pm to 1am
FOOD 4 SERVICE 4.5 DECOR 3.5