5 cool cafes in Kasol


Kasol is situated on the banks of Parvati River. This is the best place for the travelers looking for a vacation to just sit around, eat good food and do nothing for days. Coming to the good food part, Kasol has amazing cafes that serve amazing food for a very cheap price. The Israeli food, the pizzas and the coffee is simply worth having here.

Here is a list of 5 cafes that you simply cannot miss when you are traveling to Kasol.

Little Italy Kasol

1. Little Italy – Little Italy is on the main road of Kasol that serves amazing wood fried pizzas and pastas. When the sound of Parvati river hits your ears and you can look her passing by from a distance Little Italy is a good place to spend an evening enjoy some music, pizzas along with a pint of bear.

2. Shanti Café – When you are in Shanti Café is the best place to have a cup of coffee and some delicious pies. If you are looking for good music that goes along with your food then Shanti café is one the few places worth it.

3. Evergreen Restaurant – Another of my favorite cafes in Kasol that serves variety of food for the most affordable prices ever and another of the few that places amazing music. This café has an indoor as well as an open sitting facility available. The egg preparation here in this restaurant is the best along with the fixed English or Spanish breakfasts. A must visit and try.


4. Shiva Shanti Café –

shiva shanti
Unlike other cafes this café has a large spacious front yard along with the sitting area and a couple of tents pitched in where you can stay for your trip. This café is filled with colorful lights and low-rise wooden desks in sitting area which is an experience of its kind.

Om magic view
5. Oh Magic View Café – Technically this café is not in Kasol, this café is a few kilometers away from Kasol in the village of Challal. Along with good food that is even cheaper compared to the food in Kasol this café provides an amazing view from the top. The mighty Himalayas and Parvati River flowing from a distance make a spectacular view. The ambience is one reason that makes this café worth visiting. Also if you are looking for something Indian then the smoking hot paranthe is something you simply cannot miss to have.

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Also read about my first solo trip to Kasol

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  1. Sujay M


    Can you please share the experience of travelling to kasol and manali , as I’m planning for a solo trip.

    1. ansh997x

      Sure Sujay. Will write something soon.

      1. boom shankar

        waiting for your precious reply :p

  2. Rajender_Rathod

    We are 2 friends planning for a week trip to Kasol from nagpur at a very cheap budget 20k per both..
    We are starting on Nov 20 will u please make a itinerary for us..