Kashi Art Cafe

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Kashi Art Cafe is a well-known art cafe located in Fort Kochi, Kerala, India. It is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike who appreciate art, good food, and a cozy ambiance. The cafe is known for its combination of art gallery and cafe, creating a unique and creative atmosphere.

Established in 1997, Kashi Art Cafe has been a hub for art enthusiasts, offering a platform for both emerging and established artists to showcase their work. The walls of the cafe are adorned with various art pieces, including paintings, photographs, and sculptures, providing visitors with a visual feast.

Apart from the art gallery, the cafe serves a range of delicious food and beverages. They offer a diverse menu that includes both Indian and international dishes, along with a selection of beverages, including coffee, tea, fresh juices, and smoothies. The cafe is particularly known for its breakfast options, sandwiches, salads, and homemade cakes.

Kashi Art Cafe is also known for its relaxed and laid-back ambiance. It has an outdoor seating area where visitors can enjoy their meals amidst lush greenery and a tranquil atmosphere. The cafe’s friendly staff and warm hospitality add to the overall experience.

If you’re ever in Fort Kochi and looking for a place to indulge in art and good food, Kashi Art Cafe is definitely worth a visit. It offers a unique blend of art, culture, and culinary delights, making it a favorite spot for both locals and tourists.

Opening Hours

Monday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM

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Kashi Art Café

4.39655 reviews

Farhathul zahra

a month ago
I tried their chocolate cake and cold coffee; both were really good and tasty. I really enjoyed the food and had a good time there. The cake was delicious and substantial enough for two people. Although it's a bit pricey, it's worth trying at least once. The ambiance and atmosphere are peaceful. Overall, it's a good cafe.

Juen Saji

3 months ago
Just had a delightful visit to Kashi Art Cafe in Fort Kochi, and it's definitely worth sharing! This place is renowned for its diverse offerings, from Indian and English breakfasts to an array of mouthwatering dishes. It seems to be a hotspot for foreigners, and it's no surprise given the eclectic menu. Despite the bustling crowd – which can be overwhelming at times – we lucked out and snagged some seats. The atmosphere is cozy and inviting, with music adding to the charm. The vintage interior exudes relaxation, making it an ideal spot to unwind. However, arriving late meant limited menu options, so we settled for whatever was available. Overall, Kashi Art Cafe is a gem in Fort Kochi, perfect for a laid-back meal with a side of ambiance.

shamli shetty

2 weeks ago
A place to just feel the art and enjoy the nature to the make the conversation more creative and bring new ideas this place had quite good ambience and also great food my kids loved the food and the amazing artwork. Do try out there French bread it’s a must have an also the pancakes if you are planning to take your kids they wouldn’t resist to finish the dish .

swati ranganatham

3 weeks ago
It was a decent place. Visited due to the hype around the place. We went there for a brunch. It was a filling breakfast. Ambience is cozy, service is decent. But if you ask me, there wasn’t anything like a ‘WOW’ factor that would make me wanna go back again. But then again, we went for a brunch, and probably ordered randomly. Just a suggestion - if the staff is a little more interactive, and could probably make some recommendations, I think it would be better.


in the last week
Overhyped place, the definition of tourist trap. They create a faux healthy kind of approach and atmosphere, surcharging you for everything including the in house water by bottling in glass bottles. They don’t use plastic bottle's so they will give you in glass bottles for Rs. 40. Drinking water is free in most places unless it is branded and sealed from a brand. The pulled beef sandwich was too salty, spinach omelette was edible but too cheesy, don’t understand the side of peanut butter with omelette. Drinks are overpriced.


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