You can have a picture-perfect breakfast, lunch and dinner at Kashid with a number of eating options available along the beach. A number of joints offer several popular and typical Indian cuisines. However, what stands out here, is the Konkan Influence on the food of this beach town. Kombadi-Wade, Sol-Kadhi, Jackfruit bhajji, Ambole, Kelphoola-chi bhajji and Kurkuronbombeel
which is a crispy and fried preparation of Bombay duck are some of the delicacies available here. Other than this find the seasonal and zesty preparations of bananas, mangoes and coconuts. For a dash of sweetness try the popular Maharashtrian sweet Modak.
Recently, a lot of small, cheap but absolutely delicious shacks have opened up on the north end of the beach - they serve excellent Konkani chicken/mutton/seafood. A lot of homestays dotted along the beachline also serve simple and tasty homemade food.
Do remember that you wouldn't find any bars next to the beach - the only place where you can buy liquor is a small shop around 4 km south of Kashid (towards Murud). You might find the shop closed because of the Highway Liquor Ban. None of the restaurants next to the beach serves alcohol, although a few might allow you to carry your own and drink while eating.