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The food here is a hat tip to traditional Indian cuisines that have been on the hit list of diners for decades. Yet, the presentation and monikers are different, sometimes irreverent and humorous. For instance, Nacho meri Jaan Fatafat are nacho chips that do not take themselves too seriously. Fusion too gets a fillip in the menu as the Kolkata street snack jhalmuri comes to your platter as Thai Jhalmuri Salad. The dish takes generous inspiration from the hugely addictive Som Tam Salad that beckons from every street corner in Thailand. But the jewel in the menu’s crown is the bevvy of Indian dishes that have been given an inventive spin. There’s Teen Mirch Malai Tikka, where the regulation chicken tikka has been enlivened with green, black and white peppercorn. To add zing to the menu, there’s even a Black Miso Chicken Tikka which pays homage to the Japanese Teriyaki and is perfumed with miso. Despite the profusion of culinary fare from all corners of the globe (expect everything from burgers, panini and falafel to bruschetta and pasta), the Indian dishes hold their own. The Nalli Nihari is a clear winner in the main course section where slow-cooked lamb shanks relax in an aromatic gravy, jazzed up with swift jabs of spices.
How do you analyse the youth? What do you need to make them happy and satisfied? These questions burns in the mind of every new restauranteur who wants to break through the gastronomy market through the toughest critic, the youth. It is quite difficult to gain the loyal patronage of the young bar hoppers who get bored of the usual gimmicks pretty quickly, hence the intense brainstorming sessions every new bar owner goes through. But MTV has always dealt with youths as their mainstream customers and knows well how to attract their attention. They have taken the vibrant aspect of youths and married it with booze, one great love of any hot-blooded punter. ‘FLYP@MTV’ is a space designed to keep the Gen X in mind, finding a spot on the outer circle in buzzing restaurant district of Connaught Place. The name is interesting enough to draw the attention instantly.
Joining the ever busy ranks of Delhi’s nightlife, FLYP@MTV is an upscale lounge designed strikingly with bright vibrant colours and still maintaining the casual air to make the crowd feel comfortable. As you take the flight of stairs to the first floor your ears pick up the loose notes of lively music seeping through the doors. You step into a world of fun, innovation and quirkiness. Forget stiff closely set quarters, which often becomes stuffy after few hours. At FLYP@MTV you are met with a lavishly spacious room that closely resembles a commercial warehouse, with wide spaces running between the sitting areas. You have your pick of their assorted sitting style, on one hand they have peppy coloured barstools and metal chairs, and on the other they let you cosy up with plush sofas and couches. To highlight the areas they have used bright paints liberally, a detail that looks attractive.
Partying at FLYP@MTV is an exhilarating experience that doesn’t even cost much. Paired with their impressive bar menu is a very varied food menu, which features an eclectic range of cuisines. Let yourself be wooed with, Thai jhalmuri salad, biryani arancini, black miso chicken tikka, chipotle paneer tikka, dahi kebab, fish fingers, bread pakora, mushroom 65 and lukhmi tacos as the first course. For second they dish out, quesadilla, flatbread pizza, bun kebab, Panini, pasta, Indian curries and Continental fare. Round it all off with a sweet finish. Try, kalakand chocolate tarts, bruleed gulabjamun cheese cake and banoffee pie. Food is innovative, modern and brilliant.