Lovely place. In a bylane hidden away. The appam stew is yummy. Loved my meal here. Set in an old house it is done up interestingly. Staying true to the quirky side of Fort Kochi this place delivers good food with ambience.
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Not that we were after baked beans, but once we saw them on the menu it was a done deal. No one is in a rush, which is great and not a bad point. Coffee was decent and the building is really beautiful. The food...More
Lovely quiet, spacious place to sit and read the newspapers over tea and cake or some eggs on toast or a vegetable korma with rice. The staff are quietly attentive and very friendly, happy to engage in conversation or leave you in peace. The food...More
Good and reasonably priced tea, coffee and cakes in a quiet street in Fort Cochin. The place is frequented by back packers, solo travellers and anybody who's looking for a nice place to hide from the heat and have a nice cupper.
Lovely cafe on a quieter backstreet of the old Fort town. Great art on the walls, loads of kettles and teapots adorning the place. Really nice feel. I had a good omelette and coffee here. Not expensive. A good pit stop. Small menu but all...More
This has to be one of the favourite of all the places I've taken tea or coffee in India (and in most, the coffee has been a disaster). This pretty peaceful cafe is beautifully decorated with a rustic tea theme in a style that personally...More
Lovely place with nice decor and good food. Service is a little slow but it is worth to wait as the dishes were prepared fresh. Excellent cheesecakes and chocolate cakes. Enjoyable with a cup of good tea.