We often go to breweries because we’re big fans of beer- but you go to Brewbot if you’re a MASSIVE beer fan. I have to admit, I was never a truly great beer enthusiast, but I took a couple hours in this funkily decorated pub to turn over to the side of the good and mighty- the inebriated and intoxicated, in other words.
A new gastro-pub in Bandra East. If you follow the market you must have already heard about Craft Bar. And if you have not made the decision of visiting this place as we have been institution- alised to think twice before going to the east side of the city, I would suggest think No More. “We are not located in BKC or the west side of the bridge but....”, with an ambition big enough to change reputation of the locality, “ ...we are here to stay”-says Sagar.
Brain child of Wangchuk and head chef James Biaka of once renowned Tetsuma, Kofuku started after the two were constantly interacting for Wangchuk’s import export business of Japanese ingredients. “Because we know so much about ingredients, we only deliver the freshest of them even in our food,” assures Biaka.
We spent our elevator ride arguing about the origin of Boston butt and came up with everything ridiculous, till head chef and owner Siddharth Kashyap educated us. Boston Butt or Pork Butt is the American name for a cut of pork that comes from the upper part of the shoulder from the front leg and may contain the blade bone.
Perhaps everything about this eatery nestled in the lap of Fort is unprecedented. It’s got a kitschy yet Zen vibe, it’s absolutely buzzing with diners from every demographic imaginable by 7 pm and it’s vegetarian and wait for this, vegan.
“It’s not something I particularly advertise,” laughs owner Ankit Gupta. But it is what it is.