Playboy Beer Garden’s Sunday Brunch at the Burrows-Review.

Let me start with a quote:

In Wine there is Wisdom, in Beer there is Freedom, in Water there is Bacteria” – Benjamin Franklin. 

Playboy Beer Garden’s Sunday Brunch at the Burrows is one of its kind & grandest Sunday brunch in town! 

It’s an extensive and lavish gourmet spread, with yummiest Live Grills, Egg Station, Classic Cocktails, Sangria’s, Bubblies at the Mimosa Bar- this you just can’t miss , Sundae Dessert Counter, Live Oriental Counter, cherry on the top is it’s complimentary rejuvenating Foot Spa, an illusionist which will surprise you with his magic tricks and some fabulous live music playing. In all this is the place to be on a lazy Sunday. Spent good time with your friends and family as well then this is the place to be. 

The Menu keeps on changing every week and serves most delectable variants especially on the Live Grill Counter, you will find the crowd hovering around it very often. A trencherman can enjoy the buffet completely. 

Menu of the day which was tried and tasted: 

Tomato Gazpacho soup (Cold):  It was like a Tomato Soup shot served in a small shot glass. 

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Beans Sprouts & Bocconcini Salad: Well sprouted beans with virgin olive oil. 

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Beetroot & Pickled Shallot Salad with Malt Vinaigrette: Sweet and sour in taste of cubed beetroot and small shallot tendered in Vinaigrette. 

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Veg Spring Rolls with Schezwan Sauce: Served Crisp and warm with enough stuffing. 

Spinach, Olives & Sun dried tomato Mini Pizza: Nice crispy crust with non chewy cheese. 

Live Grills: Panner and Mix Veggies: Panner marinated in mint and coriander paste served straight from the fire to the plate. You can ask as per your requirement how smoky and roasted you want. 

Oriental Khow Suey: Khow Suey is a Burmese (from Burma) noodle dish with a delicately spiced coconut milk sauce and is served up with an array of different contrasting condiments/toppings that takes this dish to the next level and give it a burst of amazing flavours. Coconut milk sauce, the tanginess of the lime you add at the end or the mix of garnishes you put on top…the crispy garlic and onion with the freshness of cilantro and green onion…not to mention the heat when you bite into a sliced chili pepper…..yummm.

Mains I tried Spinach Cheese Cannelloni: The word cannelloni is derived from ‘canna’ and literally means big tubes of pasta. Pasta sheets are cooked, filled and rolled up into a cylindrical shape to form cannelloni. Filled with baby corn, mushrooms and spinach, the cannelloni is coated with a creamy white sauce.Cannelloni’s are divine in itself. 

Zucchini Barrels with Cheesy Potato and Eggplant: Its a Baked dish with the stuffing of Mashed and cheesy Potato spiced up with fresh herbs. Its baked to the perfectness where the zucchini become tender soft. 

Desserts section: Strawberry Panacotta: Perfect portion size with perfect sweetness topped with Strawberry Sauce. 

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Black and White Pastry: Soft and fresh pastry with enough sweetness. 

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Mimosa Bar: Served three flavours Apple Orange and Cranberry, you can always adjust the champagne levels as per your taste and requirement. Top with fruit slice Cranberries, kiwis, Orange, Apple #Musthave 

They Offer : Packages – (Taxes extra)

  1. Only Food – ₹ 849/-
  2. Food + Beer + Sangria – ₹ 1199/-
  3. Food + IMFL +Mimosa Bar – ₹ 1499/- Best deal to opt for. 

 Overall….

Food: It has huge variety of food array to choose from. 

Service: Pretty cool on a Lazy Sunday… 

Staff: Polite courteous well mannered. 

Ambience: Plush and Lively. 

Value for money: Worth spending to have a good time with your friends and family. 

Contact: Address: Balewadi High Street, Baner-Balewadi link road, Baner Pune, India.

Telephone: 020 6533 5858
Facebook link: Playboy Beer Garden Pune

 

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