Package Name: Eateries and Restaurants in Goa
I-95 in Calangute is an excellent French restaurant but a little expensive
La Fenice is more affordable and serves excellent Italian food.
Florentine which is just outside Calangute serves excellent authentic Goan cuisine.
Navtara which is located on the Calangute-Mapusa road is good and cheaper as well.
Krishna or Chop Sticks on the Baga road which are local restaurants are very good and cheap•
La Plage, Aswem Beach – a great French restaurant for lunch only. A kingfish dish with roast potatoes is about Rs 180.
Basilico, North Anjuna beach road – the pizzas are proper thin crust and the pesto pasta is fantastic. Always full of Italians.
Midas Touch – Near Calangute, very upmarket and has a very wide choice menu everything from Goan to European.
Sublime – Not far from Midas Touch, food that looks fantastic and tastes even better with good portions!.
Tosigo’s – in Candolim not far from Bob’s inn, Great steak and good entertainment on a Tues night.
Kim Fa – Calangute, VERY good chinese.
Golden Eye – Shack on Asvem beach, egg biryani is to die for
MoJo’s – Arpora, when you are fed up of curries, lobster, pasta, crispy duck etc you can go here and get proper cottage pie with chips and mushy peas. Can also get home made cider by the jug to wash it down.
The Third Eye, Calangute – behind the bus station, place run by a Scottish lady so there is good Scotch and great kingfish with lemon and thyme sauce. Also best vegetable spring rolls in Goa.
Citrus – very well presented and cooked veggie food from around the world, including North Africa
AFLATOON ‘HOTEL’, near the masjid alongside Alankar cinema in Mapusa. Be prepared to share tables and dig into tasty mutton biryani (Rs 40), beef biryani (Rs 20), soft parathas (Rs 5), seekh kababs (Rs 10) and the rest…This is Muslim-style food.
Le Poisson Rouge in Baga, near the creek. Better setting than their old location opposite the Cavala. They do a set four course meal for a great price.
Soumyen’s Kitchen in Calangute/Candolim. The food is super- very well executed European stuff. Soumyen used to be the chef at After Seven.
Cafe Chocolatti in Candolim. excellent chocolate-type and breakfast-type things on the menu.
Martha’s in Anjuna, off the flea market road. Extensive breakfast menu featuring slightly off-the-beaten track items such as eggs on spinach and avocado shakes, plus all your regular stuff.
If you want a spectacular view over the sea while you drink your beer, Zoori’s in Anjuna is right up there. Alcove in Vagator is pretty good too.
Sebastians next to Lagoa Azul in Arpora, great apple pie.
Sharanam Green, it’s on the left hand side as you go from Calangute to Candolim. Great Vegetarian food
‘Bean me up‘(near Vagator petrol pump) & ‘Blue Tao’ in Anjuna which also both have many vegetarian options.
Travel bar opposite tarkars ice factory is very good, lovely food non veg/veg.
Corrin’s Bar, opposite the bread shop near Calangute circle,good English breakfast
Orange Boom is on the road to flea market in Anjuna, Great Enlish breakfast for Rs180 – egg, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, beans, tomato
Ruffles in Candolim – about Rs. 250 for a good English breakfast
Bernards Place, down the CSM road in Baga. Fruit juice, corn flakes or porridge, with eggs, bacon, heinz beans, tomotoes, Oxford sausage, black pudding, fried bread, toast & jam with tea or coffee for 250 /-.
Nirvana Bar and Restaurant in Candolim, in the same beach road like Goan Heritage and Jardin’s – they charge Rs 200 for a full-blown English breakfast with beans and all, including coffee or tea.
Why Not bar round the corner from the Sportsman opposite Falcon Resort has a good reputation for breakfast.
Shiva Valley beach shack, just left from Curlies, offers great breakfast options for small money: They start with an Israeli Breakfast for Rs 90, the Special Israeli Breakfast costs Rs 100, they have something for Rs 100 and 110 . All those come with a juice (mango, guava, orange or similar). Their English breakfast costs Rs 120 including coffee or tea and they have a Shiva Valley Special Breakfast for Rs 130.
The Stone House Restaurant in Candolim, Goa. Chicken Tikka Masala with Kashmiri Nan & Kashmiri rice….Pina Colada to accompany it. TO DIE For
Souza Lobo’s restaurant in Calangute. This is one of the oldest and the seafood is the freshest.
Rising Waves – opposite fruit market Candolim – best steaks
Bistro down by the Sunset Hotel, Candolim – best steask and real salads.
Big Banana on Calangute/Baga Beach – Steak Burger and Chips and only 110 Rs/-
All Spice in Apora has very good food
Floyds (the original) in Candolim opposite sanjays jewelers- excellent food and the stakes are the best in India.
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