The Beer Café Launches ‘Elemenopi’, A Multi-Cuisine Restaurant, In Gurugram
February 2, 2018
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The Beer Café Launches ‘Elemenopi’, A Multi-Cuisine Restaurant, In Gurugram

After successfully making its brand felt across the country, The Beer Café has now ventured further into the gastronomical realm. The beer chain has launched ‘Elemenopi’ (of L-M-N-O-P fame from the 26 alphabets), which is a global culinary experience, in Gurgaon’s up and coming One Horizon Center.

 

A Global Affair

To take our palates on an international voyage, the restaurant has curated a menu that features cuisines from over 10 exotic countries with iconic, and supremely exotic, delicacies such as Mahjouba (Algeria), Skampi Na Buzaru (Croatia), Cevapi (Bosnia), and Tuna Nicoise (France) on the menu. Other noteworthy cuisines on the menu include Spanish, Moroccan, Italian, and Lebanese to name a few. The commendably brains behind this highly global banquet belong to Chef Dhruv Malik, culinary director at The Beer Café and Chef Bakul Sharma.

In addition to the lavish fare, Elemenopi will also carry more than 50 varieties of beers from more than 20 countries, apart from a collection of wines, cocktails, and other spirits. Decked up in handmade Spanish tiles, a raw brick herringbone flooring, and striking brick-red walls adorned with wrought iron accessories, the restaurant targets young and sociable food-lovers who want to eat it all without spending a fortune of travel.

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Speaking on the launch, Rahul Singh, Founder and CEO, The Beer Café & Elemenopi said, “Travelling sets us free and fills our soul. Sure you’ve heard that before! Well, this is where Elemenopi by The Beer Café comes in, to satisfy your wanderlust belly with an exploratory drinking and dining experience. Who says you need a free spirit and a passport to travel? All you need is a belly that is well traveled.”

 

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Ankita

Ankita

Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.


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