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  • The Plantain Leaf: South Indian Veg

    by KayPee Written Oct 13, 2004

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    Excellent food in this typical South Indian restaurant. Masala dosas, idlis and vadas served with sambal, and coconut chutney, dosas served up until 11am then time to try one of their delicious thalis, lots of different veg curries with rice, papad, curd. Always seems to be change from 50 rs.

    Favorite Dish: Masala Dosa, Potato Vadas

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    The Green Jacket: Great Steaks

    by BigAM Updated Oct 11, 2004

    Pleasant surrounding with a small garden area and fancy coloured lights that can mesmerise you.
    The more senior of the waiters is so precise in serving. He even takes time to make sure your knife and fork are placed in exactly the right position. Just watch him and you'll know what I mean.

    Favorite Dish: Plain steak with egg. Just makes a pleasant change from having spicy food every day.

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    Annapurna: Tip Top

    by BigAM Written Oct 11, 2004

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    The first restaurant I visited in Goa and one I keep returning to.

    For an experience you can sit by the tree that grows through the centre of the front eating area and watch the world go by or for a quieter meal use the upstairs dining area.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken lollipops, a chicken drumstick dippped in a spicy batter. Anything with fried rice and a naan.

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    Martin's Corner Restaurant and Bar: Fantastic Goan Fish Curry

    by aqazi Written Aug 26, 2004

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    In my opinion this is one of the best restaurants in Goa and I think many will agree. It can be found in south Goa in a tiny hamlet called Betalbatim which happened to be where my partner and I stayed for a week.

    The food here is excellent and the best courses are of course the fish curries. We were warned about the strength of the chilly but found it fine. We came here many times and the staff became familier with us. They serve alcohol including local wine (Yuk). When we were here the clientelle mostly consisted of middle/upper class indian families.

    Favorite Dish: Fish Curry, don't bother with the meat dishes. If you don't like things too hot then say something or else you won't be able to eat it.

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    Sunset Shack: Great position, great food, geat service

    by grets Written Jul 4, 2004

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    Anand, our favourite waiter

    Right on the beach with sun beds and tables with umbrellas on the sand. The staff are not the usual pushy sales people you get further north and will sit and chat to you if they have the time.

    I ordered a Bacardi Breezer and couldn't understand why it took so long to arrive - they didn't have any and had to go to the local shop to replace their supplies.

    Favorite Dish: Pork Vindaloo.

    I enquired about a dessert dish on the menu which I had never heard of before, and the next day I was given one 'compliments of the house'.

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    Hilltop Motel: They got a new Tandoor

    by feelthevibe Written May 18, 2004

    I stayed here on both my visits to Goa and the bonus of a good restaurant next to my room was all i could have wished for. Steve the owner is a really nice guy who will help solve any problems you may have, his staff are mainly Nepalese so you guessed it , really helpfull and always smiling. The food is not as cheap as some places but the quality makes up for that. The menu is very varied with plenty of Fish, meat and veggie dishes and there is also an on site bakery which makes the most delicious chocolate cake . Rooms can be rented prices depending on budget to what you want , all are clean and comfortable and the staff really look out for you , i stayed alone for a few months and they made sure i felt safe and comfortable, i would recommend women staying here also as Steve is a no nonsense kind of fella who will keep an eye out for you.One downside is that Steve runs a lot of trance parties so if that is not your scene i suggest staying elsewhere (1 lasted 5 days)

    Favorite Dish: My favourite dishes were Beef chillie fry and chicken tikka on naan bread was yummy at about 70 rupees, I would recommend the fish as well , many Goans come here for them so they must be up to scratch.

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    Jaws: A cool place to eat and drink

    by feelthevibe Written May 18, 2004

    This place is really busy with backpackers, food is excellent quality and value for money, it also has the advantage of serving Goan dishes which is one reason to visit as many in this area cater for western tastes. The service is good plenty of seating and they show all the latest movies at 8 pm each night which is cool if you just want to eat, chill out and have a drink

    Favorite Dish: Too many dishes get my thumbs up here, the Goan dishes are quality as are the sizzlers.

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    Hotel Aflatoon: HALAL FOOD

    by alycat Updated Dec 25, 2003

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    Beef, mutton, chicken, u name it they have it. aND all of it halal. Located in mapusa, this restaurant drove us all the way from calangute not just b cos it had gr8 taste, but mainly b cos it served halal food.

    Halal food is hard to find in Goa, something I take for granted in my hometown Hyderabad. So when we got tired of eating vegs, we headed straight to mapusa for some meaty stuff.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken rolls, rotis, chicken masala, chicken biryani is also okay (no one can beat we hyderabadi's at that). Tandoori chicken is the best of it all.

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    INDIAN: Cafes & Shacks

    by venteeocho Written Aug 27, 2003

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    (Also Includes A Bar) Vagator Beach

    Francisco Luis Gomes Road, Margao

    Opposite Gandhi Market, Francisco Luis Gomes Road, Margao
    (Café And Ice-cream Parlour)

    North side of the river Mandovi, Baga Beach
    (Bakery cum Snack Bar),
    Specialty: Spinach a La Crème, rounded off with real Espresso Coffee.

    Benaulim Beach
    Specialty: Fish Steaks served with Homemade Sauces.

    On the Benaulim Beachfront
    Specialty: Fried Rice, Salads and deliciously stodgy oven hot Coconut Pudding.

    Candolim Beach, Off Main Road

    Up the Lane West of St. Anthony's Chapel
    Speciality: Goan and Western Cuisine including Great Mumbai Aloo, Gtreeen Fish Curry & Banana Pancakes

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    INDIAN: Great choices...

    by venteeocho Written Aug 27, 2003

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    Calangute's bars and restaurants
    are mainly grouped around the entrance
    to the beach and along the Baga road.
    As with most Goan resorts,
    the accent is firmly on seafood,
    though many places tack on a few
    token vegetarian dishes.
    Western breakfasts also
    feature prominently

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    Delhi Darbar: Great food, atmosphere and service

    by Mikeo11 Written Jun 20, 2003

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    Posing with the

    The self styled "top" restaurant in Panjim, the capital of Goa. Popular with locals and tourists alike.

    Great food, atmosphere and service. You need to book for the evening.

    Favorite Dish: Kebab starters and Mugli style main coursews

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    Bharat Bar & Restaurant ***: Good local dishes in-and-out at Baga

    by ubiq Updated Mar 29, 2003

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    Evening version; maybe difficult to recognize.

    Good ratio for price/quality. At Baga Road, very close to hotel Bomfim. Easy street bar & restaurant with quick, friendly service and the meals were served warm, which is not so evident in the country of susegad.

    The overall was tasty and fulfilling in every four time visited.

    Favorite Dish: Example menu for two: very spicy chicken in sauce (Chicken Kohlapuri), stuffed potatoes in Goa style with sauce (Aloo Palak), cheese with sauce (Paneer Tikka Masala), mixed rice, 2 garlic naans. With soda and water, 325 rupias. Additional plus for we requested very spicy and we got just what we wanted (March 2003).

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    Martins Corner: Good Cheap and fun

    by jdfhale Updated Nov 15, 2002

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    the prawns here are huge

    d?f.?staurant that the locals seem to love. you can sit outside if you wish and if you are inside there are plenty of fans to keep yo cool. The atmosphere is fantastic and on Saturday nights they have a DJ/singer on or you can do kareoke if you wish.

    Favorite Dish: Goa is famous its seafood so these guys supply lots of it. The portions are huge and this comes as no suprise when you see the size of some of the seafood they have. My faourite were the Tandoori prawns (the size of your hand).

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    Restaurant Inferno: Restaurant Inferno

    by georeiser Written May 22, 2010

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    Restaurant Inferno, Goa
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    Restaurant Inferno is one of the best tandori restaurants in Candolim. The location on the Beach Road is good. The prices are a bit higher than usual.

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