Ministry of Beer, CP: Food Review

Hey foodies! I hope you all are doing great and thanks for your visit.

It has been really long since I talked about food on my blog. I went to Ministry of Beer with my friends and today I am here to tell you about the food they serve. We tasted many cuisines, out of which, I am going to tell you about few including the drinks as well.

Before we jump on to the food review, let me first tell you about the ambiance. They have beautifully structured the entire restaurant, which give you a feel of being a youth. You can obviously Google the pictures for the restaurant and you will be served with eye-catchy captures. The ambiance is just okay and the look of the restaurant is satisfactory.

I must mention few things here regarding their service. The chairs were very much uncomfortable. Even on requesting, they did not do anything. On top of all this, they were busy chit-chatting among themselves. We even told them that the service is not going up to the mark but they just apologized and started repeating the same thing again. The food served was cold and not tasty at all. But let us peep into the cuisines one by one and get to know more about each cuisine.

Chips and Dips (INR 450): The platter includes masala potato wedges, cheese sticks, mexican nachos and french fries, which are served with hummus, chipotie, tartar and smoked pepper. The sauces were tasty and each dish on the platter was just okay. The food was cold as I have mentioned above as well. The presentation looks fine, like average.

Thai Herb Cigar Rolls (INR 375): These rolls are served with sweet chilli sauce. With no doubt, the sauce was hell delicious and the rolls were cooked completely. The rolls include veggies and were good to taste. The presentation was again very normally done and nothing over the top. This is one dish, which we enjoyed.

Pataka Toasties (INR 145): This was my favorite from the lot. This is tasty and presentation is beautiful. But even this was cold. It serves naga chilli cheddar cheese "n" oats toast. I personally love oats as it is both healthy and tasty.

Beer Mississippi Mud Cake (INR 450): For desert, we ordered this beautiful baby. Who doesn't like to indulge in chocolate cake, which is accompanied by an ice-cream? I do and surely you too. The plate includes dark chocolate cake flavored with beer and is served with vanilla ice-cream and hot chocolate sauce. When it comes to cakes and ice-creams, you can't go wrong. This was the loved desert.

We also ordered 2 drinks, and I forgot to note down the names. And to my surprise, online menu too does not hold any importance to drinks. Overall, the drinks we ordered were not satisfactory. We were expecting a good taste but the result was 0. The presentation somehow managed to score some marks but the taste could not win.

Overall, the experience was okay. I won't recommend you to visit this place depending upon the awful experience me and my friends had.

Rating: 2.75/5

I really hope you enjoyed reading this food review. Have you been to Ministry of Beer? Do share your views and experiences in the comments below.

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