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Public Affair is another Khan Market hit from stables of the Townhouse team. Eccentrically retro with dimly-lit candlestand bulbs on wooden beams, exposed plaster, Latin deep house music and leather-clad menus. The restaurant feels expansive with smartly spaced out covers. Public Affair’s menu spans continents, with a distinctive South American flair and some Townhouse touches. I skipped the backroom Teppanyaki and dived straight into a plate of 'Gambas al Ajillo', loving the bouncy texture of its shrimps but wishing for more pronounced garlic and herbal flavour in the olive oil. My three-tiered Kebob Platter featured slightly dry but well seasoned 'Chicken Tikkas', gorgeously crisp-skinned 'Potato Wedges', moist 'Fish Tikkas' with a minty 'Yogurt Dip', hefty 'Lamb Kebobs' put together from roughly minced lamb and a zesty portion of Quinoa. It could have done with fluffier Pita though and another dash of seasoning in the creamy Hummus. My meal ended on a bit of a low with a 'Chalky Maraschino Cherry Cheesecake' - alone maraschino cherry on top and some macerated ones at the bottom, gratuitous silver dragees, a mushy centre and no biscuit base for contrast.
Despite having a bit of identity crisis (who doesn’t?) Public Affair offers a relaxed environment with helpful staff and a creative bar tender who prepared ‘bespoke’ drinks for us as most on the menu seemed too sweet. We had ceviche that was creative and prepared and presented beautifully. A great stop in Khan Market when enjoying Delhi with friends.
Looking for a place to have an unplanned (in advance) lunch at Khan Market on a Saturday afternoon can be a bit of a challenge. After trying a few places and not wanting to wait 20-30 min, pleasant surprise - Public Affair was not only able to accomodate our small party of two, but also were flexible in terms of us ordering from the menu and not taking the what looked like a very delicious but not what we wanted at that time brunch buffet option. We opted for the veg bruschetta platter from the menu and it was very very nicely presented and great tasting (it was extra nice that it was not spicy). We look forward to coming back for the brunch buffet. Also I particularly enjoyed the generous space between tables, which, combined with the high ceilings, adds to the great atmosphere this place offers.
The restaurant is good, I really liked the ambience. Service was good, and waiting time for table was less, even though it was a Friday evening.
Public affair's ambience is to die for...once you enter you feel you are in another world.The decor is world-class and you feel transported to say somewhere in Europe.The staff is courteous and very well trained.We ate Pan Asian and Italian.We are vegetarian s so we prefer our food to have lots of flavour and vegetables otherwise one feels taken for a ride and something non fulfilling.Sovour food was a bit less in those two departments but still the atmosphere made up for these lapses .I would love to go to this place as and when I want to be transported to another world Viola in the midst of bustling Delhi.Its a huge place for khan market with the right soul but please pay kind attention to the Vege fare too.
Hello.!!. Please give our thanks to the Manager(s) and others for the wonderful service. We had an amazing time. The food and cocktails over here are absolutely spectacular. Our waitress was just wonderful not to forget about the hostess for their warm welcoming and farewell.. Looking forward to dining with you again in the future. Keep up the Good work