Nothing resonates more with Gurgaon-walas than beer! We are beer crazy community that is only being fed constantly with innovative microbreweries opening around town. We are spoiled for choice and so we thrive on variety. Sector 29 in Gurgaon is gradually rising to become the food and nightlife hub that offers something for everyone. There is a plethora of options when it comes to nightlife in this area and another hot new destination that has opened up is Factory by Sutra.
This place has four floors of seating that offers something for everyone. I liked the basement with the huge beer vats facing you and direct access to the bar. They have an elevator to take you up to the roof top that is also beautifully designed…can’t wait for Delhi winters to provide the perfect weather for a rooftop chill scene. P.S. I apologize for the pictures in advance as I couldn’t focus on them due to the dim lighting and then I decided to focus on the food and drinks instead 😛
Get Set Gobble:
~ Life at the Bar – Factory boasts of four Craft beers, the Bohemian Lager, German Wheat, Belgian Red Ale and Irish Black. Do ask for a sampler to figure out which flavour suits your palette. Personally I choose the wheat one. There was also the Neembu Ras Banta Bottle which was tangy and refreshing mocktail.
~ Appetizers – Delhi 6 were stuffed golgappas with chatpata aloo masala, curd, coriander chutney, imli chutney and crispy sev on top. I do like this style of golgappas that give you a mouthful of flavour in one bite. Mumbai Vada pav was also good but did not live up to the flavour of vadas from Mumbai. Roasted whole chicken came with pickled veggies, thick pita bread and gravy on the side. This was quite nice. Crispy lamb was crunchy but a bit dry. The butter chicken taco had a bit dry filling.
~ Mains – Dal Factory was the winning item on the menu. We were fighting using our spoons and forks as weapons as each one tried to steal another bite of dal from the serving in front of us. This really was scrumptious and disappeared from the table in no time. Green thai curry with steamed rice made a few rounds on the table alongwith the Chicken Shawarma pizza that had a thin crust but left us wanting a bit more in terms of toppings. Butter chicken was as it should be, creamy, rich and delicious. The mains really lifted our spirit and we left with a happy satisfied smile on our faces. Ok..maybe it was more so the beer than takes the real credit for our smiles:-P
Buzzing music. Great microbrewery. Lovely ambiance. Chill vibes.