Café ICanFlyy the recently opened Café is certainly special. The “special” quotient comes from the Special needs youngsters Prakriti , Komal , Mudita , Saloni and Udita who aid with service and provide a heartwarming experience. Co-founded by the Mother – Daughter Team of Minu & Preeyam Budhia… this happy cozy place is a labor of love for them and their deep connect with it shines through when they show you around. However it would be quite unfair to say that this is the only reason I liked this wonderful vibrant Café.
The décor is lovely with lots of quaint quirks like the chairs. Love the inspirational quotes up on the walls. It’s a cozy space where you can settle down with a book or hang out with family and friends for a great adda. Plenty of board games and free WIFI just add to the list of positives. They also have lots of special events and customer interactions with musical programs, board game nights, standup comedy, and karaoke and so on.
However for me a place is always all about the food and I really liked their Menu. It has all the regular favorites up for grabs and something for everyone. From Finger Foods like Chicken Poppers to a lovely variety of Sandwiches, Pastas, Pizzas, Maggi (think Chilli Cheese Maggi) there is lots to try out. They also have some delightful beverages Berry and Basil Soda and Hug in a Mug (their take on Hot Chocolate) are my top recommendations.
Desserts keep changing but their Signature dessert the Caprese is quite the show stopper – made with Mascaporne & White Chocolate Mousse, Basil Sponge and Strawberry Confit it’s quite a mouthful. They also have some lovely brownies and macrons on offer.
The freedom of being yourself and being able to lead a fruitful and dignified life is the vibe that echoes through the lovely Café ICan Flyy. I have already visited twice and look forward to many more happy memories here.
And last but not least they have some beautiful souvenirs and gift items made by their Special Needs Children like Gift Bags, Coasters, and Bookmarks which make for wonderful gifts and mementos.
It’s a very special place indeed!
DISCLAIMER: I was invited as a guest of The Management but the views expressed are entirely my own.
PICTURE CREDITS: Suneha Saha
The Café is accessible for those with limited mobility.