Brewbot, Andheri

I may not be a big fan of beer but I do like trying out different flavors and styles of beer, speaking of which, I always wanted to visit Brewbot to try out their home-brewed beers.  I finally visited this place about a week ago for their Sunday Brunch Menu.

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We started off with a round of their Assorted Mezze which was Hummus,  Pita bread, Cheese and Cold Cuts. It was light and delicious, most of all, a great accompaniment for their home-brewed beers.

Botwork Orange, Skywalker, Outcider, Floating Head, Mystery Pale Ale and Black Mamba, might seem reminiscent of old Hollywood movies but that’s what this microbrewery names its craft beer. While Black Mamba(stout) was my main attraction to this place, I ended up liking Outcider(apple cider) the most.

Just like their beer, the ambiance too seemed reminiscent of the past with its rustic look and music from the 80’s and 90’s, which was quite delightful.

For starters we had their Disco Fries, Cottage Cheese Phyllo rolls, Potato Bravas, Red Harissa and Peri Peri Chicken Skewers. The fries were my favorite of the lot, while I loved the taste of the Potato Bravas, it had way too much oil. The Chicken Skewers on the other hand were very average.

Next we tried out their Pizzas, which looked delicious but as they say, looks can be deceiving. the Green Day Pizza looked great, but  was quite bland. The Chupa Cabra was much better though.

Coming to mains, which was the best course of the day. We ordered Eggs Benedict, Veg Paprikash, Pan Seared Basa and Grilled Steak.  The Eggs were nice and light just like the Paprikash. The Basa was delicious and the Grilled Steak had a nice flavor to it but sadly it was chopped up and not served as a whole steak. The last dish we tried out was the best of all, Bacon Wrapped Shrimp. It was so tender and delicious that wouldn’t mind coming back just to have this one dish.

For desserts we had Stout and Chocolate Brownie, Stout Chocolate Waffles and a few scoops of ice cream, all of which were quite disappointing.

Apart from beers, brewbot also serves a couple of alcohol infused smoothies and cocktails with their Sunday Brunch menu. While the smoothies are good, they didn’t have any taste of alcohol in them. Whereas the cocktails were phenomenal, some of the best I have ever had. Amazing flavor and packed with a punch. We tried out the Red Wedding, Crackberry, Peachy, White Russian, Ambitious and Whiskey Sour. All of which were amazing, Peachy and Red wedding were my favorites.

  • Location : Veera Desai Road, Andheri (W), Mumbai.

  • Cuisine : Mediterranean, Italian, American and European.

  • Cost : Rs.2000 for 2 (approx)

Brewbot Eatery & Pub Brewery Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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