A deliciously designed outlet!
A deliciously designed outlet!

Pamphilos means "Friends of all", is a casual dining restaurant located at GK-1, N block Market and is spread across 3800 sq feet. It has two floors including an open seating area, creatively visualized the place to resemble a homely and ornate setting with clean lines and minimalistic design philosophy.

Pamphilos has a different but beautiful décor. The decor and feel of the place is great, especially the terrace which will be amazing for any weather. It is quirky, elegant & beautiful.

The wall art is perfectly done. It describes the personality of women. That is why we have so many feminist artworks and by keeping all these things in mind, we came up with this concept.

Designed by Shiren Kaur, the seating arrangement is done with mix and match of everything. It has couches, sofas as well as fine ding table. For instance, if you want to have coffee you have coffee table, for fine dining you have table for three four and even 12. It has 75 seats in total and very comfortable and relaxing.

The terrace area is amazing with colourful potted plants set against a white background. The place comes alive at night with brightly lit lanterns lending an enchanting aura to the whole space. It has highest traffic is at night during the weekend after nine. “We have music-themed evenings every night, including live gigs on Wednesdays and house music on Saturdays” shared Sourav Deshwal, Owner at Pamphilos.

The menu is vast and the food is certainly appetizing It is a mix of flavours around the world, though the main emphasis on European cuisine. “We are more towards European cuisines. Earlier we have 40 items in our menu but now we have 80-85 items in our menus as per the recommendation of our customers. And also, it changes within three to four months duration” pointed Deshwal.

One crore is the budget for this outlet. A lot is paid to the artists and done many expensive chandeliers, he added.

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