Food Options in North Goa : Recommended by IMers
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#226
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Originally posted by: johnny five View Post

Long walk from Holiday Street though.

... well you can cut the corner off.

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#227
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Updating this thread so that it helps others.
During our stay, we found Shree Sagar, opp. Holiday Street, Near Calangute Mall, to be a very good veg hotel. Dined there almost exclusively for 3 days.
#228
| The Lusty Wanderer...
Good to see this thread still kicking. The main post needs to be updated.. :P
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#229
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Nice to see you back on here!

Yes, an update would be great, go for it mate ;)
#230
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Artjuna Cafe in Anjuna! one of my favourites
#231
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Does anyone know the name of the fast food joing attached to the Chapel in Ribandar? I was in Goa for most of December and this place had beef ribs and it was seriously one of the top 10 things I have ever eaten in my life. I need to recreate it at home.
#232
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north goa favs this year .
1 - shamba , anjuna #1 by a long way . fine dining
2 - ciao bella , chapora . pasta
3 - roma , vagator . pizza
4 - italian ice cream parlour , anjuna square by orchard stores !!
5 - republik of noodles , candolim . asian
will update this with pics and menus soon
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#233
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please sujest some good budget eating point for sea food at calangute
#234
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Ruchahira in Mapusa has great tandoor food and their cheese garlic naans are to die for.... Yum!

I generally go to the local places as I do enjoy Wada Pao and Channa Masala, the simple Indian dishes
#235
| The Lusty Wanderer...

Originally posted by: santosh7719 View Post

please sujest some good budget eating point for sea food at calangute


Good and known ones would always be expensive. Most of the sea food is fresh, find your favorite shack and ask them to make the way you like it.

Also going local would help you save the cost - for eg if you were eat that sea food in a goan or konkani eating joint, chances are you would mussels, fishes and prawns for a lot cheaper than what would be expect to pay for say a butter garlic prawns on a shack. That said, seafood prices of the shacks are still several notches below from what we would pay in a city away from sea - for eg Delhi..
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#236
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Had a fabulous meal at Angarra (Silver sands ) on Friday, and an Old favourite of mine we went to Ruffles again last night. Because of the cash situation here we are restricted at the moment to places that will take card payments. Anyone know if chef soumyens takes visa...
#237
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Punjabi dhaba

Originally posted by: santosh7719 View Post

please sujest some good budget eating point for sea food at calangute


Punjabi Dhaba, near calangut beach is good one.
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#238
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Can anyone suggest some good north Indian food restaurant(tandoor / biriyani) near calangute & colva(off thread though)...
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