We are a gourmand couple who love to discover new places and eat our hearts out. Follow us for a guilt trip along the food road.
For anybody who’s been a regular follower of our food posts & reviews, it reads a lot about our experience with the various delicatessens in this city. Be it street food to a stand alone restaurant or a multi outlet giant like British Brewing Company. We try to be more experimental and tend to try just about everything that’s worth a mention. Our experience at the British Brewing Company was an culinary extravaganza. Needless to say they strive to fulfill their motto of ‘Great Food, Great Drinks, Great Music’
Thanks to @Pooja Trehan Dhamecha from #NaviMumbaiFoodies for hosting the evening & inviting us to this feasty wine & dine. We were pretty sure that our time here was going to be a memorable one. Now for something you all have been waiting for, the food review.
Once seated comfortably, we went ahead to order some thirst quenchers. First came the Peach Kiss, some shaken & stirred Iced Tea, and the Kokum Fizz, followed by few Beers from their extensive collection of local and imported brewery. Everything is worth a mention. The mocktails were a perfect blend with the Peach Kiss and Kokum Fizz just hitting the right spot all along, and helping us wash down the amazing food that followed.
Now was the time to lick some fingers and smack some lips. The course entrée was the Barbecue Chicken Satay, served with a smoky BBQ sauce. The soft and succulent chicken was grilled beyond perfection and the smoked sauce just complimented it by giving it a distinct flavour of it’s own. This holds a special place in our best dish list.
Since we have a herbivore in our team, the next dish in line was the Hot Cheesy Logs or as some prefer to call it ‘Cheese Cigars’ This was a rich combination of Paneer (Cottage Cheese) Yellow Bell Peppers, Melted Cheddar and Basil. A little bland for our palate but it sure went well with the Spiked Garlic Dip it was served with.
The third gastronomic experience was the Veg Sampler Platter. Definitely not a option for faint appetites. Consisting of Paneer, Mushrooms and Stuffed Potato and a perfect Old-School Indian seasoning which can be used to compliment a dish. The Stuffed Potatoes took us by surprise, the stuffing was unlike anything we’ve had before. And it’s definitely something which we would love to have time and again.
The Mushrooms were decently spiced and cooked to make its mark on your mind. The paneer though needs some working on a serious note. It was too chewy and comparatively flavorless. We didn’t dwell on it any further as our attention was shifted to the rest of the Platter.
The final call was for their Wood Fried Pizza, which is a talk of the town. We were suggested the Chef Special Veg and the Chipotle Chicken. Both with a thin and crispy base, decent spread of cheese and sauce and a generous amount of toppings. The crispy bite just made us fall in love with the Pizza. Both accompanied with a Butter Garlic sauce. This just took the taste to another level.
With the kind of decor and upbeat music we were quite surprised by the variety of age groups scattered in the British Brewing Company. To put it in a simple way, a great place with great food and amazing service sure attracts a great crowd.
When are you heading there ?