A few years back when my friends who work in EC area ask for restaurant recommendations, there were not many options to suggest. But now if someone asks me the same question, I will recommend them 46 Ounces Brewgarden. It’s a perfect place to grab a craft beer by enjoying the beautiful atmosphere surrounded by water bodies and greeneries.
Executive Chef Nathan Sivagami and his team works effortlessly to keep the customers happy. Their multi-cuisine menu is very impressive and pairs well with the craft beers by Mayhem. To start with, we tried their ‘Hummus with breadsticks’ and ‘Nachos with Salsa’, and ‘Peanut masala served on a shot glass’ – perfect munching option with a glass of Beer. I tried their beer samplers and opted for Kolsch beer.
What I liked most – From the appetizers menu, I enjoyed the creamy Dahi Ke Kebab, Mathania Tikka, Kodagu Chilli Pork, and Prawns salt and pepper.
Not everyone will agree when it comes to Pizzas, as some like it thin crust, some like it pan crust, some like it with hell lotta cheese and list is endless. But all of us liked the assorted Veg and Non-veg pizzas at 46 Ounces. It had the right amount of ingredients and the right balance of flavors.
We had an elaborate main course for lunch with dishes like Murgh Makhani, Mutton Gongura, Dal Makhani along with assorted Indian Bread, and Biryani. I loved the simple Phad Thai with spicy notes and crunchy peanuts.
Though they have a Deli with baked goodies, we kept the dessert option pretty simple as we were so full by the end of our lunch. We tried their Pizookies (Baked chewy Chocolate Chip cookie dough with ice cream and drizzle of Chocolate sauce).
Overall I enjoyed the lunch at 46 Ounces Brewgarden. The staffs were very polite, helpful and attentive although this place was so packed on a Saturday afternoon. Do visit 46 Ounces, if you are around Electronic City area.
46 Ounces Brewgarden
#46, Velankani Tech Park
Bengaluru - 560100
For reservations, contact - 084960 46046