Soi7 is the only brewery amongst the fine dine places of Cyber City. The dynamic ambience is attributed to the presence of live and definitely sets the mood for a party.
While the outside seating is immensely pretty, sitting outside mean no drinks in Cyber Hub. The area is maintained well with dim lighting & plenty of greenery which elates the mood. They have four in house brews named after boxing moves, a must try for beer lovers.
The cocktails aren’t bad either, I tried the Wine Sangria and it was quite blissful.
Coming to the Food, I have not had great experiences when it comes to food in places like this. Every party place I have been to, the food is never great. Soi7 is probably the only exception. The quality of food is extraordinary. The delicious Pan Asian offerings make for a great pair with bubbly beers. We started off with a salad, Som tam a classic Thai offering. Rustic presentation with a crunchy peanuts with raw papaya. The dressing was good but it seems to lack certain elements that are present in this exquisite salad.
We then ordered the Dimsums, Vegetarian Sui Mai, Chicken Crystal & Prawn Hargow. The Vegetarian Sui Mai were a slight disappointment as the filling was so dense that it felt like they are under cooked & the outer layer was falling off from the dimsum.
The Chicken Crystal & the Prawn Hargow were exceptional though. A must try!
Then was the turn of some starters, Mongolian Veg Balls, Peri Peri Pizza, Grilled Chicken in Banana Leaf Spicy Mongolian Chicken Thai BBQ Fish, Stir Fried Chicken in Basil. The grilled chicken in banana leaf & Spicy Mongolian chicken were the best preparations and also the fish, soft succulent with flavors of chilies & a tangy sauce.
The stir fried chicken in basil was slightly under powered but can be loved by anyone who doesn’t love basil that much.
The vegetarian starters were also really good, The Mongolian balls and the Grilled Baby potatoes the best. The Peri Peri pizza was decent but nothing extraordinary.
While drinking our beer we ordered the Main Course, Stir Fried Chinese Green, Thai Red Curry for the vegetarian mains. The Stir Fried greens were delicious, a good amount of vegetables with a green basil flavored curry. The Red Curry was slightly disappointing as it had globules of oil on the top and was quite thick for a Thai curry.
The Non vegetarian Main course was stupendous, Lamb with Chilli Oyster Sauce, Kung Pao Chicken and Sliced Fish. Everything was extraordinary. We paired this with Noodles and Thai Fried Cashewnut Rice, which is a unique preparation and a must try!
We ended our elaborate feast with Honey Glazed flat noodles with sesame which is very standard and were lip smacking!
Soi7 is a perfect place for a party with the perfect ambience and great food! A must try!