Ten Second Takeaway

A one of a kind concept, MTV’s FLYP is a cafe that which not only offers entertainment and good music, but takes the love for music further by being a platform for all to showcase and promote their talent. It is a cafe that goes from being a co-working space to a nightlife hotspot, and yet manages to deliver in both areas.

Chow Down

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Bhuna Gosht Lasagne With The Silent G, Biryani Balls

Sip On

Tall, Dark And Irish From Ireland, Boom Boom From Thailand

Winning For

Whether you love music or create it, this is THE place for you. Music is the biggest pull factor here, quickly to be followed by the menu which serves delicacies from all over the world {each with some twist}. The service staff is alert and the bartender might just become your new best friend.

Work Hard, Play Hard

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Generally, you’d think that a cafe at most can give you a good variety of food and drink options, and play popular music. This is where MTV FLYP comes in; a place to relax, work, party or just create, this is a haven for all the creative minds around the city. The music here is phenomenal {from popular tracks to indie music to Coke Studio sessions} and the area has been designed well to accommodate a large number of people, without it getting too congested. The place has free Wi-Fi and showers for those using their coworking space and that is pretty swell.

Fusion FTW!

Curated by Chef Ranveer Brar, the menu here offers some of the most delectable delights and couples them with quirky names for effect. A fun drinks menu also keeps you going through the day {and night} and when put together, they create a burst of flavours that are just out of this world. We tried the biryani balls and the black miso chicken tikka, and absolutely loved both of them {but the biryani balls won!}

While we waited for the Miya Bhai burger and the Bhuna Gosht Lasagne With The Silent G, we ordered the Tall, Dark And Irish From Ireland, and Boom Boom From Thailand; both drinks were equally refreshing with the coconut playing strong in the Irish, and the galangal and kaffir lime gave the Boom Boom a great kick.

The bhuna gosht lasagne with the silent g was definitely one of or favourites here, as it married two very distinct dishes to create something so unique. Two desserts that we would definitely like you to try out are the bruleed gulabjamun cheese cake and the kalakand chocolate tarts; both these desserts are rich and super sweet {perfect for the munchies, right?}

So We’re Thinking

If you haven’t already checked this space out, waste no more time! The place doubles up as a working space too {maybe work would be a good excuse to go there} or you could just hop in for a few drinks and the mini-concert like setting.

Where: 57-60, N Block, Outer Circle, Connaught Place

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk

Contact: 011 43553483

Price: INR 1,200 for two {approx.}

Timings: 11am – 12.30am

Find them on Facebook here.

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