Whitefield is home to many fine dine restaurants and lounges but what sets Windmills Craftworks apart is that they have managed to subtly combine fine dining experience with a microbrewery, restaurant, jazz theatre and a library.
They are the brainchild of the Green Builders – Total Environment Building Systems Pvt. Ltd who is one of Bangalore’s Premier Builders.
They have a wonderful ambience showcased mainly by their walls lined with books and a central stage for the International Jazz Artists.
They have a well thought out selection of Freshly Brewed Ales, which are the mainstay with some Ales which are Seasonal. They also have a wonderful collection of Cocktails with pictures and descriptions available via the Tablet provided for each table.
Coming to their menu, it is provided in Tablets with pictorial and descriptive representations of the Brews, Food, Beverages and Desserts with an option of selecting the items and placing the order on the Tablet itself. The idea is definitely good but the one to one interaction with the table attendant has its own benefits too.
We ordered for the below drinks and dishes,
I knew I didn’t want to have beer today but the reviewer in me just had to taste it. They normally have 5 Brews but today only 4 were available – Hefeweizen, India Pale Ale, Stout and the seasonal Mango Ale. My personal choice was the Hefeweizen.
Vodka based and very good.
As the name suggests espresso based hence expect the bitterness but still a good drink for those espresso lovers.
HOT CHILLI PRAWNS
I knew it would be a bit bland when I ordered it, but the mild dressing made it just right.
PERSIAN CHICKEN KEBAB
Very soft and well marinated kebab.
STUFFED PANEER TIKKA
Well prepared soft melt in the mouth Paneer.
STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING
Not my kind of dessert but my hubby said it was a perfect ending.
The food as expected from the Chef of this calibre is well prepared and presented. Personally, I would have liked a little more choice of dishes in the main course.
Overall, a pleasant lunch with my hubby with a feeling of coming back for more.