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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. Chef Augusto’s signature 'Tuna Tiradito' had tender cuts of Tuna in a puckering tamarind-based sauce - refreshing but a bit of an acquired taste. 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.
What started off as a gr8 evening ended as a nightmare with a glass shrad piercing my wife's tongue at the last sip of her cocktail... bleeding and trying to put ice to stop bleeding, last heard manager telling that he's not able to find the cocktail glass chipped... good to know.. left right there, didn't wanted to make stupids understand their mistake... it could have been a bigger disaster, luck saved us...
Try to grap a brunchtable if you are on a shopping trip in Delhi. Start with awesome Appetizer than go for some sushi but keep a little space for the sweets, don’t miss it. It is fantastic!
Great cocktails and brilliant atmosphere. The jazz player was excellent and made the night a whole lot more special.
Its a lively place to be , do try the 5 seeds pizza its something different, over all you will have a nice time here.
Wanted to try a different place and thus landed here, experience was not so good. We asked for a soup, instead of denying it, they offered an option which turned out to be diluted curry of a dish One of the chef suggested to try Chillean Sea Bass, which was not so good and when we saw the bill it was double the price of Snapper despite tasting worse Did not appreciate the suggestion which came in unasked for and the price was not mentioned when we ordered