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Cafe Public Connection Restaurant Review – A Fabulous Sheesha Nagari

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I would call Cafe Public Connection a Sheesha Nagari. Cafe Public Connection is a huge place, each floor. The two floors have a huge place. This two-floor bar is worth its name, public connection. It is at the inner circle of F block in Connaught place. It is at F 39-40. You have a lift to reach the first floor. Fun is the lift that opens the opposite side. I have seen people keep standing with the door opening at their back but they keep standing, the door opens and closes.

The first floor is the main area. You have a central bar here. Adjacent to it is a live band area. There are tables in the hall and then there are themed enclosed seating area. Huge setup. Decent place to keep your comfort and privacy intact. Another fun part is the sheesha. Servers blow it and then serve it on tables. Logically you are the second person using it.
As far as food is concerned, it is good in taste.

There is a large variety of starters like chilly chicken, Chilly Paneer, Chicken Tikka, Paneer Tikka, veg Kababs, and more. This is one of the places where I found veg recipes tasting too good. The serving staff is young and energetic. In addition, they have appropriate training to do their job in a perfect manner. As a matter of fact, the smell of Sheesha is in the air. That way, even if you are not having it, you will keep getting the flavor of it with the air passing through your nostrils. If you are not too habitual with the stuff, you will have heavy and drooping eyes in case you sit here for a longer time.

Cafe Public Connection A Nice Place to Relax

I enjoyed the live music of the evening. To summarize, Cafe Public Connection is a nice place to relax and enjoy. The dimly lighted atmosphere gels well with the theme and mood.

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