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Kekuli Café

Kekuli Café

Kekuli Café is a First Nations inspired restaurant located in the Heart of the Okanagan of Westbank BC, serving breakfast, lunch, specialty coffees, Saskatoon-inspired beverages and desserts ... Read More


Season
All Year
Phone
(250) 768-3555
Email
Location
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Kekuli Café is a First Nations inspired restaurant located in the Heart of the Okanagan of Westbank BC, serving breakfast, lunch, specialty coffees, Saskatoon-inspired beverages and desserts. They also serve bannock (also known as frybread), which is fast becoming Canada’s comfort food (est.2005).

Kekuli Café serves fast, casual Aboriginal Cuisine and their specialty is bannock. Their food is inspired by the simplistic comfort foods on hand that we grew up on. Kekuli Café is leading the way for bannock and bringing Aboriginal Cuisine into the millennium across Canada.


Restaurant

Enjoy some of the inspired dishes at Kekuli Café, such as their Buffalo Bannock Burger, Buffalo Stew or Wild Smoked Salmon Bannock-wich! All of their salads are fresh, handmade, and healthy! The inspired Saskatoon Berry desserts and bannocks are a great taste to how our ancestors hand-picked their berries and roots for healthy sustenance in their diets. Enjoy listening to an assortment of music inspired by Aboriginal musicians such as George Leach, Dallas Arcand, Jacob Pratt, and other 50's, 60's, and today's kind of music.

Kekuli Café is located in the economically viable Westbank First Nations Lands, creating a warmth of welcome & acknowledgement when you gather at Kekuli for your breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Kekuli is a pit-house in the Nlakapamux/Sylix territories. A great place to gather, eat, celebrate, meet, or just to sit back and Wi-Fi and enjoy an organic coffee/latte and dessert bannocks.

Gift Shop

Kekuli Café supports BC/Canadian companies who support and commit to Native artists and acknowledge the artists and cultural groups on their products. These companies must remain committed to the integrity of the artists, their art nd their culture. We ensure that the companies in every way support and promote community, family well-being, by providing opportunity that encourages personal development, growth, and pride.



Aboriginal BC Tourism