Le K’Fee, an Authentic French Cafe in Salento
Le K’Fee is a brand new authentic French Cafe in Salento. What a delightful treasure! It’s one of those places with the perfect mix of consistent menu items plus daily surpises.
Great coffee, fresh pressed juices, and a different variety of delicious fresh scones every day. For breakfast you get a scone with homemade jam, delicious granola in a sort of yoghurt/chia pudding, fresh juice of the day and a hot drink.
The owner/chef, Ms Lubna, is from France and loves to cook and experiment. She marries her French culinary skills with local fresh Colombian ingredients. Lucky us!
For lunch she offers soup, salad and quiche. What kind? Well, that’s the fun part. That all depends on what is fresh and what inspiration Lubna is feeling today.
Digital Nomad Hangout
Le K’Fee is a great hang-out for digital nomads. Always free wifi, easy going, comfy seating, and good tables to work at. More importantly, there’s a bottomless supply of different coffee and chocolate drinks, and authentic French bakery snacks. Cookies and different types of little mini-cake sweets. All within that perfect French balance. They’re not-super-sweet, but just-sweet-enough.
Even the music is perfect to while away the hours. Sort of a laid back Euro-cafe. Not too loud, not too soft. And upbeat enough to keep you happy and alert. Close your eyes while sipping a coffee and biting into a sweet treat, and you’ll swear you’ve been transported to a cafe on the famous Champs-Élysées in Paris.
But the best part is, you’re only paying super discount Colombia prices for all this delicious goodness! Breakfast for about $5 USD; Lunch for about $6; a variety of coffee drinks from $1 to $2. Fresh juice just over $2. What’s not to LOVE??!!
You may be surprised by what’s on the menu when you come by. But you’ll never be disappointed. It’s all top quality and yummy delicious.
Come by, relax and enjoy Le K’Fee, and have a chat with Lubna. French, English, or Spanish — she’s fluent in all three.
Le K’Fee is located at Cra. 4 #3-16. That’s on the same street that leads up to the Mirador view point. That makes it perfect for a stop before or after you visit the Mirador — a “must see” in Salento.
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