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  • Lila Cafe-A daytime cafe...

    by shalin Updated Feb 27, 2014

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    Lila Cafe:
    A daytime cafe located between Baga and Anjuna,makes it an ideal place to rest after a visit to the Flea Market held on Wednesdays in Anjuna.European food,sandwiches,snacks like croissants and buns,homemade jams,cookies,desserts(mmmm!) and lots of coffee!
    Relaxed atmosphere,good portions,overall a nice experience! Update: Heard that this place has closed :(

    Favorite Dish: Everything!Try some homemade Ham!

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    All Spice: All Spice...a superb place!

    by BluBluBlu Updated Jan 23, 2014

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    This is by far the best restaurant in the Arpora area. Great atmosphere...good mix of cuisines, although the Indian dishes are the best...and great music.

    Be warned...it tends to get packed out most nights, as a lot of customers are frequent visitors ever since it opened in 2002...if you get there before 8pm you should get a table.

    IMPORTANT!!! At the end of the 2011/12 season the partners of this restaurant (Vinnie & Anthony) split up. That said its not as busy as it once was...but still brilliant curries!

    Favorite Dish: Where do you start...great steaks (Beef, Chicken, Pork, & Lamb) all served with Indian style mash and cabbage; the Chicken Chettinad is lovely, fresh fish & lobster...I just love all the curries!...and they probably have the best range of kebabs in Goa! If you are going to have a starter I highly recommend the Prawns 65, and the Spicy Chily Beef!

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    OTHER LOCAL: Mojo's

    by BluBluBlu Updated Jul 13, 2013

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    As of 2012 this place is shut with no sign of activity!

    This is a little bar/restaurant by Baga Beach just down from Marinha Dourada...good for an afternoon beer but they do English food, including full breakfasts! They also have a small 'library'...so if you've finished your novel...go here and swop it!

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    Chef Soumyens Kitchen: Gorgeous cuisine...

    by BluBluBlu Updated Jul 13, 2013

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    NB This review was 5 years ago...I've not been recently but the word on the grapevine is not good!
    This restaurant is new this season (07/08) and is run by Soumyen who used to be the Head Chef at 'After Seven'. Seats about 50/60 people, and has a live pianist. The food is of the highest quality, and excellently presented.

    Favorite Dish: Lets see:

    Tuna Steaks, the signature dish of Chicken; the Fillet Steak; Fish, Chips, and mushy peas; The Snapper Fillet...plus the chocolate mousse, souffle's etc - its all yum!

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  • Le Poisson Rouge: Delilghtful French Restaurant

    by Globbytrotter Written Aug 24, 2011

    A wonderful restaurant in a very charming place, open space with a beautiful terrasse.
    The food is delicious, the service is perfect, and people who are coming into it are very open minded. I have spent a delightful moment at this place.
    Enjoy the music too, a real original playlist while you are eating delightful dishes.

    Read more: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/213371/#ixzz1Vve0VtBz

    Favorite Dish: The filet de boeuf or the Red snapper are so delicious. The way how the chef cooker is cooking is really creative with the french touch.I recommend to have the set Menu in order to try all the little thing is doing.

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    Panjim Inn

    by SirRichard Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Panjim Inn is a little pension in an old colonial house in Fontainhas quartier. It is a hotel and a restaurant with a delicious wooden terrace at the first floor. Here you can try local specialities.

    Favorite Dish: For dessert, try the BEBINCA, a famous typical dessert from Goa, veeeery sweet. Delicious!!

    Breakfast at Panjim Inn
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    The Oriental, Royal Thai Cuisine in Goa: Don't miss Thai cooking!!!

    by Justin_goa Updated Jun 14, 2008

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    Do not forget to visit Oriental Restaurant, Hotel Mira, Calangute.
    The Chef has a special touch with oriental and Thai cuisine.

    The poolside restaurant offers nice ambience..

    Favorite Dish: steaks, pasta (al Dente!)

    Poolside restaurant Poolside dining Great ambience Cosy and classy
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  • A cute riverside cafe-The...

    by shalin Updated May 4, 2008

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    A cute riverside cafe-The Mandovi Riviera, I think,along the banks of the river.Pleasant location for a snack and tea.
    Don't worry,there is only one cafe,so you wont get confused!

    Nice atmosphere,with a lovely view of the river.

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    All spice: A MUST DO/EAT!!!

    by jalapeeno Updated Nov 26, 2006

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    What can we say... the best meal we have ever had!!

    Seriously... we heard lots of good reviews before we went to All spice and had high expectations.. and boy were they met!

    Its quite a simple quaint place and the setting isnt spectacular but the food and service do all the talking.

    Ask for Vinny or Girish.. well you cant miss them, they will make you feel so welcome the moment you arrive and are just soooo cool, they can make any orders you want if its not on the menu too!

    If you do anything in Goa... go to All spice!

    Favorite Dish: We had a prawn Massala... oh boy was it nice....and keema pannear!!! MMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

    Here it is!! The main men vinny and Girish and me!!
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    OTHER LOCAL: spoilt 4 choice

    by michellewarn Written Sep 9, 2006

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    This little chinese only opened this year we went in it one night and went back every night for 4 weeks we didn"t eat there every night and was never pressured to like you are in alot of places, when we did eat there the food was always spot on i think between us we went through the full menu, my favorite was the chicken won tons, my husband can"t pick a favorite he recomends all the dishes, you can sit in or out, inside is very clean and so is the toilet!!! we always sat outside as it is on the pavement so you can just relax with a drink watching the world go by, you won"t believe the price of the food or drinks a starter is about 40pence, main meal about £1 and a very large honey b and sprite 30pence.The staff are great the 2 waiters are called Kiss and Gangow. Gangow even want to queue to get us our cricket tickets for us (we bought him 1)
    well worth a visit or 15

    Favorite Dish: hard to pick out one dish we tried lots and every one was great

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    RITZ CLASSIC: Don't miss the seafood platter!

    by lowailing138 Updated Mar 6, 2006

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    Clean modern restaurant, situated in Panaji City centre.Mainly caters to locals,office workers etc
    Value for money plated lunch, Indian vegetarian or seafood thali, from 50 rupee.

    Favorite Dish: Seafood platter for about 200 rupee,portion enough for two gluttons!

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    INDIAN: Punjabi cuisine at it's best

    by Durfun Written Dec 24, 2005

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    Sher-E-Punjab (NorthIndian cuisine) is a restuarant with mouth-watering dishes & recipes.

    The decor, ambience is superb & the service is awesome!

    A real treat, you will be treated like royalty here!!

    Favorite Dish: Vegetarian Tawa > it looks great, and tastes like something 'out of this world'.

    To keep it special, you had never had it b4, & will never have it again!

    Yes, it's not a local (Konkani) dish, but it came highly recommended & so I went here.

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    The Mango Grove: Lovely

    by julia687 Written Nov 22, 2005

    This restaurant is right in the middle of Candolim and does beautiful pancakes for breakfast, our favourite was coconut as it was made with freshly grated coconut.
    We also ate dinner & lunch here as we were so impressed, if you eat the curry I think it was about £1 - £1.50 & delicious.
    It is very reasonable and serves a range of local & international food at silly prices!

    A tour guide recommended it to us and boy was he right!

    Favorite Dish: Fresh coconut pancakes

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    Star Restaurant: Great Fresh food

    by joolssss Updated Nov 3, 2005

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    This restaurant is located on Baga beach itself. the staff are as helpful and friendly as you could wish for. The food is divine. We ate there most days and were never disappointed. It was very very cheap and of high standard. It also hosted the cleanest toilet on the beach!
    The guys in there also put us onto a very good taxi driver who we kept for the 2 weeks we were there.

    Favorite Dish: Lobster Thermodore, This was from heaven , it was absolutely delicious and have never had one as good since! Also the milkshakes are freshly made, with fresh fruit or chunks of chocolate, very very yummy!

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    SEAFOOD: Sea Lovers

    by Pete.Gibson Written Oct 22, 2005

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    Beach Restaurants

    This is the way to eat when in Goa, Then I went to book a table for six for that evening, the chef, took me on the back of this motorbike to the market and I choose the fish and prawns we were to eat, the spiced food was superb

    Favorite Dish: Goan Fish Curry and jumbo grilled Prawns

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