Uru in Bengaluru is the latest trend in the city of dying lakes, trees, and even restaurants alike. Uru Brewpark has managed to draw in crowds from all over the city, mainly because of the experience.
In the bar menu, I tried the Cosmopolitan first. The drink felt very concentrated and did not have the usual zest that a Cosmo would have. I feel the drink could have been far better, maybe a little more of alcohol would be better.
The next drink I had was the Bloody Mary. It is tough to go wrong with the vodka, tomato juice, and the spice. The drink was a plus, had nothing to complain about, the salt, the spice, all in all a perfect drink I would say.
For starters, I had the Sicilian Prawns. These are deep fried prawns which are provided with a few potato wedges and a sauce to go along with. The prawns were deep fried to perfection and were fresh. The wedges were well cooked as well, coated with masala for some tangy experience.
The next one was the Hunan Chilli Chicken. I wanted to try something spicy and this came to my mind when I had initially gone through the menu. The chilli chicken does stand for a decent level of spice, the chicken was soft and cooked well and with the addition of few veggies, this dish was worth every penny.
For the main course, we decided to have the Spaghetti Aglio e Olio Chicken. It is available in veg, chicken, and prawn versions. This 5-minute dish was filled with the right amount of garlic, parmesan cheese, olive oil, tomatoes, and some basil leaves. The dish however may seem to have less quantity, but the taste is totally worth it. I would say this is a one-person meal and not meant to be shared.
For desserts, we had two from their wide range of selection. First, we had the Chocolate Kahlua Mousse, that consists of chocolate and coffee liqueur mousse. The presentation was nice, and it tasted even better. With a gooey nature, there can be nothing better that could melt in one’s mouth.
Our final dish was the Classic Brownie. I was expecting this with a couple of ice cream scoops, but the dish is accompanied with cream. The brownie was rich in flavor and was not overdone, which meant it did not break into dust particles, but it was smooth and nice.
Finally, I would say with the Brewery and various options on their menu, Uru is going to go places. The ambiance is worth it, there are different sections that provide you different experiences and atmosphere and this is surely a family friendly place. You can find them at Maratt Estate, 4th Phase, Near Maratt Pimento, JP Nagar, Bangalore.