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Restaurants in Goa

Goa is one of the most popular holiday destinations in India. People from different places can't help but get attracted to this beach paradise. Restaurants in Goa serve a variety of cuisines to cater to the number of people visiting from different countries. Goa is known for its sea food, such as prawn, crab, pomfret and other kinds of fish. Vegetarians however, need not worry as there are shacks and restaurants that serve vegetarian dishes too. From multi-cuisine restaurants to fast food restaurants, Goa has it all.

Multi-Cuisine Restaurants in Goa

Goa is known for its multi-cuisine restaurants. You have a choice between Indian, Thai, Chinese, Continental, Mexican, Lebanese, Italian and German delicacies served at some of the best multi-cuisine restaurants in Goa. Some restaurants also have beach barbeques that are a delight! You can enjoy mouth-watering dishes while you watch the ebb and tide of the waves.

Vegetarian Restaurants in Goa:

Though seafood is a specialty of Goa, you can try out the vegetarian fare available in South Indian and North Indian restaurants. If you are feeling more adventurous taste the vegetarian delights in international cuisines.

Fast Food Restaurants

Fast food shacks and restaurants are a favorite among tourists in Goa. These shacks, usually located on the beach front, serve great seafood. After your meal you can stroll along the beach or visit the nearby tourist attractions. Snacks served at beach shacks and stalls include bhel puri, fish roll, omelet pav, pani puri, puri bhaji and freshly made juices.

Goan Restaurants

If you are a foodie who likes to experiment, do try the local delicacies like Goan sausages, cafreal, crispy fried mussel, fish curry and rice and balchao. The aroma of these Goan delicacies is so tempting that you will automatically find yourself in a Goan restaurant at some point!

As you can see, Goa has something to offer everyone when it comes to food. If you like to drink do try the local made feni and other liquor. Though, mind you, the smell of feni can be quite intense! Locally made alcohol is available at cheap rates and is purer than expected. So what are you waiting for? Dig in to some Goan delights! 

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At Alegria, one is bound to succumb to the charms of old world architecture and the incredibly-fresh flavor of Goan cuisine. The antique style furniture that reminds of Goa's ancient glory and especially the Portuguese Colonial rule. This in-house restaurant provides a mix of traditional Goan food with an emphasis on seafood and Portuguese Wines.
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The Leela has this Italian restaurant, alfresco dining at the river side. Well one has a choice of seating either out on the wooden deck or in a cozy air conditioned environment with ornate chandeliers. Riverside offers contemporary Italian cuisine, fresh local seafood and a fine selection of wines and cocktails to appease the taste buds. It’s the perfect venue to enjoy moonlit moments with a loved one by the rippling sound of the river Sal, not to forget, with unobtrusive yet uncompromised levels of service.
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Simply Grills

Simply Grills is in house restaurant at Marriott. Barbeque counter at this restaurant has variety of Indian and Western grills. Restaurant features a show kitchen where food is prepared I open oven. Grilled Shrimps and chicken are recommended here.
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Susegado at The Leela is a great place to relax as the name means. Located on the beach with elegant set up and live music playing makes the eating experience memorable. Serves fresh fishes, grilled meats and special frozen cocktails.
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Da Luigi

Lively ambience of Da Luigi with aromatic smells of freshly baked pizzas and pastas as their specialty with the choice of both indoor and outdoor seating makes a unique experience of eating Italian cuisine in Goa. Main course can be combined with dried tomatoes and fresh salads or goat cheese to enhance the experience. Rooster tiger prawns are recommended.
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Enjoy Italian cuisine and let the taste of the delicacies take you to for a tasty trip at the IlCamno restaurant at Taj Fort Aguada Beach Resort. “Il Camino” means “The Chimney” in Italian. Latest innovation is the open show kitchen where one can have thin crust pizzas from a large pizza oven. The buffet has a huge variety of of antipasti, soups, main dishes and dessert selection.
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Sharewood Treehouse Café

A treehouse with funky zebra skin decor is what makes this place up. The décor is unique with floating rooms and round tables that are painted in monochromatic zebra stripes. Sharewood Treehouse Café is a unique place to be in North Goa which offers delectable Sandwiches, burger, Grilled ham, chocolate banana and pancakes in a forest environment. The tree house creates a mysterious atmosphere and you may not want to leave this place even after you have had your food.
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Beach House

Beach house is a place serving Portugese Goan cuisine located within Vivanta by Taj - Holiday Village Resort. With bold usage of coconut used in dishes it reflects true Goan cooking style. Camarao Malaguatta con Corilho Folhas – spiced prawnsand for vegetarians Bolinhas de Batata con Queijos e Vendura - these crispy fried potato cakes are recommended.
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Club Fresh

This all white look restaurant serves some mind-blowing Thai and Oriental food. Mixed Seafood Platter is one of their best bets and done with a sauce of your choice. Thai classics like Bangkok-style tossed noodles with chicken and prawns and with some Oriental infusions are extremely well done and smartly presented. Prawn Fried Rice is recommended by all. There's also Sushi and Sashimi, Japanese-style raw fish, with a big choice of fish and small or large platters. And international favorites like steaks and pork chops. Great bar menu adds to the experience. There's lounge music in the evenings with special performances and exotic dancing.
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A Reverie

The beautifully multileveled restaurant gives one a feeling of elevation even before the meal begins. Sink into the attractively designed lounge space and order the Bar Tapas. The food may best be described as modern European, where familiar dishes are presented in innovative ways, with influences of cuisines from across the world. An unheard combination of the ingredients by infusing Thai herbs, nuts, seeds and a kaffir leaf vinaigrette creates an infusion of color and taste that will leave you wanting to explore as much as you can.
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Joet's Bar And Restaurant

The restaurant has a spic-and-span blue ambience overlooking the deep blue sea and the crisp white sands. This shack with its designer crockery and cutlery definitely speaks of a special touch. At Joet’s they surely know how to retain the juicy flavour of the fish. The food too is attractively laid out with garnishes of carrots and tomatoes cut into florets. Stuffed Crab, Masala Fried Prawns,Tandoori Red Snapper and Prawn Curry Rice are few dishes worth trying there.
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To start with there is a fusion of colours, brightly decked tables with floral cross cloths. The glassed kitchen enables guests to watch their food being prepared. The Tenderloin Carpaccio, assortment of Bruchettas and Crab Gratin are famous for their own fusion of colour and taste. The Crab Gratin with a heady infusion of Konkan flavour is a strong recommendation for crab lovers.They take good care from the moment you walk in, its amazing, service is impeccable.
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Delhi Darbar - Restaurant & Bar

Located at Panaji Delhi Darbar is Mughlai restaurant offering detailed menu to bring the best of Mughlai food . Murg Malai and Kababs serves on glass platters is worth trying. For Vegetarians - the Vegetable Platter, Kadai Paneer and the Dal Makhni are recommended and for Murgh Makhni, Motton Roganjosh and Handi Gosht create havoc with salivary glands for Non Vegetarians.
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Located in the busy and popular Calangute - Baga stretch, Fiesta is located on sand dunes near Arabian sea. Stunning interiors, impeccable service, and there homemade goat cheese is a bestseller. Lobster au Gartin, baked on wood fires before being served with a heady white wine sauce is worth trying. Besides seafood the Steaks, Chicken, Classic Pepper Steak and Fillet steak served with crispy onions is Fiesta all the way.
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Lila Cafe

Lila Café ’along the Baga creek with thatched roof is good option for brunch. Cozy bamboo chairs, light and airy setting makes it a laid back kind of place where you can sit and relax for hours reading newspaper. Experience true taste of Europe and inhale freshly ground coffee without spending too much of money.
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Mum's Kitchen

At Mum’s Kitchen this husband-and-wife team run a hygienic and well-planned kitchen. It is perhaps one of the few stand-alone restaurants that ensure a standardisation in their products. They have a vast variety of dishes found both in Christian homes and Hindu Goan homes.They have a good choice for vegetarians too. In fact, they are always scouting for new recipes.
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La Plage

Situated right on the beach, this shack (La Plage means the beach), with colourful trimmings gives one a warm and welcoming feeling. The beach restaurant is run by French expats. The menu is French, but with a tweak, food here is more than just cooking - its Chef Morgan's creative talent to the fore.One can try both most authentic as well as creative French food here. But inspiration at its most creative is the Thali au Chocolat for dessert. Inspired by the Indian Thali, the platter comes with chocolate preparations, creatively depicted.
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The Dining Room

The Dining Room has five separate kitchens for preparing five different types of cuisines, Indian, Chinese, Italian, Middle Eastern Cuisine and Thai cuisine. The different counter of the restaurant makes sure that nothing is missed out and the diners get what they are looking for. There is elaborate egg counter that has huge variety of omelettes besides egg Florentine and other wonderful dishes. Similarly, the cheese counter is a lovely stop for cheese lovers. Their Mezza platter and pizzas are freshly prepared and very tasty.
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Simply Fish

A seasonal seafood speciality restaurant by the Marriott poolside makes sure that diners get the best taste of Goan seafood prepared authentically and served stylishly on an open air ambience. All kinds of fish and crustaceans are available, some of which are not found elsewhere. They\\\'ll gladly customize the fish according to guests\\\' preferences. The twinkling lights at a distance, the lighthouse beam and the passing boats on a night cruise with revellers on board enhance the eating experience.
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The beach front grill has a unique feature which enables a guest to choose from a display of seafood, meats & vegetables and have them cooked to his/ her liking. Barbeque is a delight for the senses serving sizzling treats. Must try is Chef's Seafood Platter - tiger prawns, pomfret, lobster, marinated in a different spices. The ambience of this place is one of warmth and buzzing with activity. Barbeque at Cidade de Goa makes grilling truly thrilling.
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Tamari does Chinese, Thai & Japanese cuisine (Sushi) in fine style. Interiors are inspired from the lotus & cherry blossom, contrasted with mud-finished tiles and some intriguing artifacts on the walls. A special Tea menu boasts a variety of fine teas like Darjeeling Pearl Tea, Monkey King Tea, Jasmine Tea, Bi Luo Chi tea and Long Jing Tea to name a few.
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Thalassa Greek Taverna

"Thalassa" is an acronym for the "sea" in Greek, and this Greek restaurant offers views of Goa's thalassa. Diners are invited to share the 'Greek culture' that infuses this enchanting taverna, from its authentic and delectable Greek food, to the music and the warm hospitality. The food is Greek and the plates are bountiful. From classic Greek appetizers, dips and salads, to melt-in-your-mouth meats from the grill and Greek main courses, the food here is simply delicious.
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Situated in a very scenic place overlooking the river through awesome mango trees, perhaps a few decades old the restaurant is very apt for the informal local Indian ’home style’ restaurant at the Grand Hyatt. The food is simple, with a selection of tandoor-grilled meats, seafood and vegetables prepared live to perfection, and served in clay pots and copper pans, evoking a rural eatery setting. The tandoor show kitchen is the restaurant’s central feature, allowing diners to watch skilled chefs in action.
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Republic Of Noodles

Republic of Noodles serves South East Asian from Burma, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia. Presentation of food is truly an art here. They have unique way serving authentic noodles, curries, clay pot dishes and stir fries. They have home made sauces and signature hot sauces also.
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An Indo Arabic restaurant presenting traditional fare from the North West region, succulent meat, and yoghurt. Open for dinner the velvety ambience sets the mood for the evening. Casual lounge style seating, although not air conditioned the breeze blowing through the restaurant will add new dimensions of the romance of an open air theatre. The bar which is within 'calling' distance of the diner responds with spirited fervor as you sit on those comfortable sofas indulging in a 'hookah' of your choice.
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‘Adda’ means a place where people gather and gossip regularly. Adda has ocean view on one side and pool view on other side. During the day snacka are served here and in the evening charcoal delicacies – the kebabs from all over India are served in this restaurant. Bhuna hua Anjeer is recommended for vegetarians.
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Cape Town Cafe

Located on Tito’s road Cape Town Café is one of the most hippest place. For a good night out this is a ‘must’ place. Here large LCD’s, loud music , great ambiance keep the guest at their feet. They have special private sections and great food to make evenings memorable.
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Poco Loco Mexican

Poco Loco, the place that is in Goa is not Goa but half way around the globe - Mexico. The casual shack-like restaurant by Baga Creek is a popular haunt for tourists, but on Friday nights, which is 'Jazz Night', the place is packed to capacity. Now Mexican food is popular, the Americans love it, and once one gets a hang of the basic ingredients used it will suit your palate too. Chefs special Tortillas, Quesadillas, Enchiladas, Burritos, and Fajitas are awaiting for this magical Mexican experience.
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Titos Restaurant

Today, Tito's is still the place where the world meets up. It is now run by Tito's two sons - Ricardo and David, and boasts of an indoor night club, a multi-cuisine restaurant called "Brass", an outdoor pub, the currently most popular beach pub - "Mambo's" a 24 hour coffee shop and boutique. Tito's is still the place to gather info on the various things happening along the Goan coast.
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Viva Goa

Viva Goa is a multi cuisine restaurant famous for succulent Goan food and also serves Tandoori and Chinese cuisines. They have a well stocked bar to make eating experience more enjoyable. Shark fish steaks and barramundi are recommended by many.One can have quite dinner at this restaurant with low tone lighting situated at Fort Aguada Road.
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