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The Grid’s Oktoberfest menu will make you go ‘Wunderbar’!

The menu features a range of traditional Bavarian delicacies with crafted and brewed authentic Marzen beer

Agnideb Bandyopadhyay | Published 08.10.22, 05:25 AM
Koushika Viswanath, head brewer, The Grid

Koushika Viswanath, head brewer, The Grid

Pictures: B. Halder

The Grid’s Oktoberfest menu is all about remaining true to the character of the protagonist — the beer — while fusing in a gamut of flavours. On till October 16, it features a range of traditional Bavarian delicacies with crafted and brewed authentic Marzen beer with its unique character and temperament. The Telegraph was there to dig in.

“We have been doing the Oktoberfest for quite some time, but this time we have upgraded our menu, incorporating and heroing the beer in tandem with our flavours. Kudos to our chef for getting the pieces together, while staying true to the traditional character of the beer,” said Koushika Viswanath, head brewer, The Grid.

Beer Fettuccine Caesar: Apple cider beer transformed to fettuccine, tossed with romaine, Caesar dressing and sun-dried tomatoes. Rs 350

Salad a la Germaine: Iceberg lettuce and sauerkraut mixed with pepperoni, smoked chicken and herb crispies. Delicious. Rs 330

Caldera Fish and Chips: Matured Caldera beer battered fish, served with hand-cut fries and home-made tartar sauce. Rs 650

German Mustard Tofu Loaf With Beer Chimichurri: Beer macerated pan-seared silken tofu is served with cheese sauce and onion chives chimichurri. Rs 550

Chicken Schnitzel: A traditional delicacy where the chicken breasts are brined in buttermilk and apple cider beer, and deep fried. Rs 350

Buchteln with Vanilla Anglaise: Matured beer-flavoured fried doughnut is filled with vanilla custard and served with anglaise. Rs 280

The Spoilt Brats: The essence of Oktoberfest on a platter. Chicken and pork bratwurst served with Bavarian loaf, German potato salad, sauerkraut and pretzel bread. Rs 2,300 (Serves 4)

Marzen: A traditional crisp, malty beer with a medium body, smooth texture, this beer has a refreshing bready aroma with a hint of toffee and an amber hue. Rs 850 (1 litre Stein mug)

 

Last updated on 08.10.22, 12:01 PM
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