If your someone who's new to jazz, you would actually fall in love with it if you experience it here! Very subtle and light ambience with great live music!! May not be a very good choice for food though...
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We went here to grab a quick lunch. Pros : the delivery is very fast and the food is freshly made. We are the Dosa pizza which was delicious. Cons : extremely overpriced for some simple food. From papad to dosa the prices were really...More
The place looks beautiful. It has books to read, clothes to browse and food to eat. The cold coffee was very good.
This is a wonderful little cafe above the craft shop on the ground floor which provides an oasis of calm in the otherwise busy little streets of Pondicherry. Food was delicious though a shame they had run out of mango chutney. Equally a shame was...More
Kashi Ki Asha is a food,shopping & a local handicraft centre.Its wholly run by women with the owner also being a woman! On the ground floor is their shop with handicrafts & items made by locals which are over priced. I came here for B`fast...More
Its a lovely little house with a rooftop restaurant and a boutique in the ground floor. There's only one lady who takes and delivers orders. We had pizza dosa (which was not good and we couldnt finish), European thali (which was lovely!), cool thai salad...More
Kasha ki Aasha is an Indian cafe founded by a lady settled in US. It's a boutique cafe. We went here on a strong recommendation; and were not disappointed. Located in the white town of Pudducherry, the building has a heritage touch and inside, smiling...More
We reached this place after checking out its (over)rating on Zomato. Apart from the interesting gift shop and the pleasantness of a rooftop sitting with shade - there's nothing else we enjoyed there. The food was rather average and overpriced for no valid reason. It...More
Nice atmosphere, but that is the only good thing about this restaurant! Service was terrible, we had to keep on asking for drinks and food came in drips and drabs. The jazz singe was totally too loud to make any kind of conversation!