Town Hall at Khan Market, Delhi, is always abuzz with Delhizens who want to catch a bite of the finest contemporary world cuisine and now we know why!
This luxe restro comes together with a sublime vibe that is unmatched in the city and the staff here makes sure that you enjoy one of the best culinary experiences!
The restaurant was not very big (one floor and the terrace was closed) but was cozy. They had a separate sushi bar in a small room. The lighting was dim and the music kept the vibe groovy. The menu was inside a file which was different and eye catchy. The bar, which is in the center of the room was well stocked and drew a lot of attention due to the colourful bottles and the high level of activity.
USP: The one thing that sets it apart would be the ambience! though the music is loud, it does not feel too much. In fact, it adds to the experience. The winter cocktails served were unique and the menu had a great variety of Japanese, Thai, Italian and Oriental cuisines.
Mulled wine 9/10
Spice time 7/10
Hot Asian 9/10
Shigari shoulder 9/10
Monks wood 9/10
Smokey date 7/10
Peruvian Avocado salad 8/10
Kaizen Makki 10/10
Persea Americana 9/10
Vietnamese Grilled chicken 9/10
Chicken spinich 9/10
Spinach Bokchoy & Corn 9/10
Wild mushroom crystal 10/10
Prawns scallion with xo 8/10
Asian Hawker Noodles 8/10
Chicken Kra prow 9/10
French Bavarois 9/10
Portion: Decent portion sizes. Appetizers were sufficient for 3-4 people and each main course was good enough for two people.
Ambience: The restaurant was cozy and they had a separate sushi bar in a small room. The lighting was dim and the music kept the vibe groovy. The menu was inside a file which was different and eye-catching. The bar, which is in the center of the room was well stocked and drew a lot of attention due to the colorful bottles and the high level of activity.
Town Hall is swathed in a rugged yet sophisticated vibe and the top-notch ambiance makes you weak in the knees!
The décor is simple with grey walls but the food and drinks served are completely opposite. They’ve introduced complex flavours in each dish which makes the cost and your time, worth it!
Be it sushi, dim-sums or even the main course, Chef Tijender served some delish dishes- this has turned into our fav sushi spot already. The Kaizen Makki was not only appetizing to look at but also it pleasantly surprised us. It was new, fresh and the flavour quotient was too damn high!
The Peruvian Avocado Salad was refreshing and each of the four kinds of dim-sums had such unique textures and flavours that we couldn’t have enough of them. The Spinach Bok Choy and Corn dim-sum was smooth and creamy whereas the Wild Mushroom Crystal was sort of granular- a treat for anyone looking for texture in their food.
The Chicken Kra Prow, served with sticky rice was delicious and a complete meal in itself. Last but not the least- The French Bavarois looked pretty as a picture and though it seemed a bit dry initially, it grew on our taste buds. The cinnamon flavoured biscuits on the side added a crunchy texture to the otherwise smooth mousse and both complemented each other beautifully.
Town Hall is the place to be at if you’re looking to arrange for a date with your other-half or just want to catch-up with your family time! Visit ASAP to experience Japanese and world cuisine like never before.
Location: 60-61, Middle Lane, Khan Market- Rabindra Nagar, New Delhi (Nearest metro station is Khan Market Stn on the Violet line. Take a short walk/auto rickshaw ride thereafter to reach the restaurant or else take a direct cab)
Cost: ₹2,500 for two people (approx.)
Timings: 12noon – 1am