Art, music and good food at new Broadstairs cafe

The crew at Cafe Loki

A new café which combines art, music and good food  has opened in Broadstairs today (February 1).

Cafe Loki, at the former Le Brunch in Eldon Place, will exhibit local art every month, local bands will have their music played, along with some old favourites, and the food will be freshly prepared daily, with summer and winter menus.

Loki’s will  be open for the Blues Festival and all artists and audience members with their wrist bands receive a 10% discount. This will also apply to local businesses and students from KSE and East Kent college all year round.

The venue, headed up by chef Robert Chapman will be serving wraps and paninis for vegans, vegetarians, pescatarians and meat lovers.

Art by Gem Blackstock.

All will be cooked and prepared in Kent Oils, and any allergies catered for.

Burgers and chips, baked potatoes and salads and freshly made crepes and waffles will also be on the menu.

Robert has been a chef for more than 13 years. He trained at East Kent College and has worked at venues including the Royal Albion.

Loki’s is open for office deliveries from 8am.

Hours are:

Jan-March. 9am-3pm Blues Festival 9-10pm

April-September 9am-10pm

Oct-November 9am-2pm