Cafe Kalki is located in the foothills of the Western Ghats en route Queen of the Seven Hills, Ootacamund. The hill station which was a welcome summer get-away for the British during the late 18th century, continues to host the UNESCO-recognised toy train which gracefully meanders through tea plantations, tunnels, and bridges.
The bond between art and culture is an integral part of Kalki and hence, definitely a part of our cafe as well. Kalki Cafe is an ode to South Indian architecture.
A dialogue between simplicity , warmth and seeing - in Food and Space
A homegrown space of Familiarity , fresh food and conversations.
From the alluring windows to the Art Deco style trinkets, Kalki Cafe is a whimsical ode to our love for Wes Anderson-esque aesthetics. The comradely mood of the establishment has the ability to metamorphose to suit any occasion- be it for a celebration of camaraderie, of love for family, or for some precious solitary ‘me time’.
Our Menu is a mix of curated dishes from travel experiences , Local favourites and also on seasonal produce - All tweaked the way we like it . Simple , fresh and flavourful.