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Cafe Wall Street’s appeal seems to lie in its casual vibe and laidback interiors. This space is sprawling and appointed with sofas you can completely sink into. The bar too is well-stocked and is taken to the next level with mood lighting. Mirrors placed in strategic places make the interiors seem even bigger. The 'Shikari Murg Tikka' is redolent of hand-ground fresh spices that awaken your taste buds with a jolt. End your meal on a sweet note with the unique 'Steamed Brownie', that is paired with 'Sour Cream' and 'Vanilla Ice Cream'.
Location : This cafe is situated in F block. Went here today with my friends. SPACE : The place is quite spacious. AMBIANCE : Amazing ambience. WHAT I ORDERED : I disliked the food the most. Not at all yummy it was. MOCKTAILS : I had bourbon and hazelnut shake that was very lipsmacking STARTERS : Quasedilla and Mix sauce oasta was very very bad. Not at all nice. Not recommended!
Useless music system, food not so delicious though okay but prices are still very much expensive. But waiters are very careful and charmed
If you were happen to be here be ready for absolutely no customer service and no courteousness from cafe staff at all. This is so overrated Restaurant here on Facebook. The food quality was so bad that we hardly could eat the food provided there. In addition to this, when we bring this into notice of cafe person they did absolutely nothing. Despite of charging so high rates the level of service was nightmare. It was a horrible experience in terms of food and service. I'd never ever visit there again and if you want to save some money, choose some other restaurant than this. Thanks Cafe Public Connection for giving me such a horrible experience.
Went with a group of 10 people looking forward to great evening. Pub/Bar looked inviting with dim lights and suited decor. DJ was awful. when we reached he was playing reggae and then went into other English numbers. Very unfortunate that India being one of the largest creator of music does not play hindi/bollywood music in it's Clubs/Discs. We ordered some drinks and food. Menu wasn't very impressive. Lacked appeal and seemed very limited. Decently priced but on a Friday evening it looked a tad empty compared to other pubs/bars in vicinity. Go if you are looking for value for money.
There were less crowd. Food items were costly and also taste didn't match the price. The music system in the room we got was not working.
A particularly long day at work often ends with a round of drinks with friends or colleagues. The motto ‘work hard and play harder’ is something every Delhiet swears by and every other night spends a relaxing evening in the company of friends unwinding over drinks. It is a common known fact with the tipplers that address to every cool pub or café is often Connaught Place. The vicinity is crammed with trendy eateries and such. There is a string of glittery pubs visible wherever you look. If you need to find a more pocket-friendly version of the pubs then ‘Café Public Connection’ is the answer to your problem. It’s one of the few pubs that allows kids. Although it may bring down the atmosphere a notch, for families its ideal way to grab a few drinks without hiring a babysitter.
This new entrant on Connaught Place’s Inner Circle can lend an exciting backdrop with live gigs and smoky shisha haze. Gulp down a few beers or take pleasure in couple of pegs of whisky to get the evening started. Other than your usual suspects, vodka, tequila, gin, brandy, wine, champagne, rums and scotch, you will find a lip-smacking selection of signature cocktails. Guzzle down a few with Café Public Connection’s eclectic grub spread. Polish off a few kebabs with tangy green chutney. Shikari murg tikka, mushroom dora kebab, seekh kebab aioli, papadum dahi kebab are exceptional. Also on the appetizer section is, harissa prawns, crispy fried vegetable, Moroccan wings and tai-pai chicken tacos. Stuff yourself further with, Brazilian chicken wrap with chimichurri mayo, Greek god pizza, big bang chicken slider, fish medley sizzler, 12 hours lamb and mutton korma.
A healthy dose of sugar rush is a great way to end any good meal. Café Public Connection whips up some sinful desserts you should definitely check out. Lose yourself in the delights of, strawberry panna cotta, vanilla ice cream, black velvet cake slice, chocolate caramel tart, mango shorbet, steamed brownie and traditional tiramisu. Game nights are a loud session of cheers and lively rambunctious ambience. Sit on those cozy leather sofas and enjoy an exciting game playing on the screen. Scalloped canopied ceilings gets an added dimension with clever highlighting. For a breathing space, grab a table next to the windows where vines of faux flowers trails above your head.