5 Places To Eat Authentic Goan Food On Your Goa Holiday

by Puja Sharma Content Writer

Planning a vacation to Goa? There are many reasons why you should visit, apart from the sun, sand and the water! One of them is the amazing cuisine of Goa. Head to a beach restaurant in Goa or a multi cuisine restaurant in Goa, and you’ll realise what a fine experience that is!

  • Goan cuisine has many influences, from Saraswat/Konkani to Portuguese styles. So, you get an amalgamation of the finest flavours and spices, making the food an unforgettable experience. If you visit a well-known five-star hotel situated on one of the finest beaches in South Goa, Varca, you can relish the best of meals by the beach-front seafood restaurant there. Enjoy a meal of Goan fish curry (Ambotik) with rice or choose from a range of other seafood specialities like lobster or prawns at Fins & Rambooze. Goa is known for its Prawn balchao, a burst of flavours and spices. Watch the amazing sunset with some champagne and great company a beach restaurant in Goa.
  • If you are in the mood for Pan Asian fare, you should try a multi cuisine restaurant in Goa, the one located inside a premium beach resort. At Sake, you can explore Thai curries, sushi and a live teppanyaki setting. Enjoy barbecues and grills with friends and family by the pool. An evening you are bound to cherish for a long time to come.
  • You can’t think of Goa and not think cocktails or sundowners. Head to the Tangerine cocktail restaurants in goa where there’s live entertainment and music. Enjoy a good cocktail or two as you catch up with live sports on the telly. Later, jive to the best music dished out by the DJ. When in Goa, forget your troubles and dance the evening away!

If you want to know other Best Goan Restaurants to Visit During Your Holiday, you can visit source blog.


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