Kegs – House of Ale

Kegs – House of Ale – is a great and cozy bar and restaurant near 3rd circle. It is separated mainly into one large room with a rectangular bar in the middle and the entry area with another bar. They have a diverse menu, Carakale on draft while always having a third option next to the blond ale and the pale ale. They have changing events, sometimes DJs and it really has a relaxed vibe to it. On weekends you should better reserve as it gets packed and it might not be easy to find a table.

The food at Kegs is really delicious. We tried the Nachos with Spinach dip, Fried Shrimps with Soy Sauce, the Shrimp Clay Pot and the Smoked Salmon Roll. Everything tasted really good and i can only recommend trying the Shrimp Clay Pot and the Smoked Salmon Roll. If you are not into Seafood you might enjoy their burgers or sizzling fajitas with chicken or beef. We tried these before and i just love when food comes steaming hot to the table.

For drinks I tried the Indian Pale Ale from Carakale and we also ordered shisha, which was excellent as well. Of course, you can find hard spirits, cocktails and JR Wines on the menu as well and Kegs also serve desserts. Last but not least their staff was really cool. Paying attention, asking if everything is fine and making sure food arrives hot. The music was good as well, so I can’t think of anything bad to mention. And if you think a pitcher of beer is not enough…

Beer Tower
Beer Tower

Currently you can enjoy Winter Grooves every Friday with DJ, Happy Hour from 1 to 7 pm and offers on platinum bottles. Also there are ordinary Happy Hours on Food and Drinks everyday from 1 to 7 pm. Thanks much to Kegs for having us!


Shisha: Yes
Alcohol: Yes
Smoking: Yes
Indoor/Outdoor: Terrace open in Summer
Location: between Abdali and 3rd circle

For more info see their
Website
Facebook Page
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