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Kasha Ki Aasha's breezy terrace cafe offers a vegetarian menu including Indian and European fusion recipes home cooked from the freshest market produce. The only place in Pondicherry with authentic american style pancakes, absolutely pure fresh juices (you need a spoon) and South Indian specialties made per order. We serve only organic coffee, our own iced tea, and have killer chocolate cake and apple pie. The full menu is available all day. Open for dinner Friday and Saturdays only with LIVE MUSIC!
I visit Kasha ki Asha everytime I am in Pondy. It has a rooftop cafe with a beautiful shady rooftop made with dried coconut leaves (which is sturdy). I always have their freshly made fluffy pancakes which are made with wheat, served with inhouse jam,...More
This is a lovely little hut rooftop restaurant, peaceful and quiet, ideal to have a rest. The owner is a very very kind lady, very attentive and smiling, a wonderful person. Very good wifi, open at 10 am. I highly recommend this place.
I love this place for many reasons. The number one reason is the very laid back ambience and the fact that you don't get chased away after finishing your food/drinks. A main contributing reason for this is the wonderful ladies who work here. You always...More
I dined here on a number of occasions last January during my stay at Pondicherry and was very impressed.The service was prompt and the food really good.This is a great place to relax in and I am happy to give it 10 out of 10.
Not very easy to locate this one.The place was completely empty. went there for lunch after looking at many positive reviews abt their European Thali. Very dissapointed with what we got. 2 slices of hard bread with 2 almost similar salad bowls and some bland...More
Lovely little women owned business with a pretty, plant filled rooftop that hosts live music every weekend. The ‘Indian enchiladas’ are a little dry (we added some Dani and chutneys, which go a long way!), but the service was warm.
I've been there during the week. It's amazingly nice place! After rummaging a bit in the shop downstairs I ended up in the rooftop Café and had some food (European Thali) and a drink. The women there are more than friendly. The atmosphere is chilling....More