When I heard the name Angry Sardar for a restaurant, I didn’t know what to make of it. Even after dining there, I don’t know what to make of it, but all I can say is that this Angry Sardar can surely make you happy if you are looking for good Punjabi food.
With the serene Nerul river flowing next to it, Lazy Goose stands true to its name and makes for a perfect place to laze around, and to make the experience even more worthwhile, there is delicious food and some amazing drinks on the offer too.
The moment you enter Noaa, you cannot help noticing its quirky decor, from chairs to walls, everything draws your attention almost instantly. Situated in the YU Hotel, Candolim, Noaa opened its doors just a few months back and has brought in a great fusion of Pan Asian cuisine with some local Goan flavours.
Spicy Goa is a family restaurant and bar nestled in the hustling-bustling by lanes of Patto. This place is a perfect example of a restaurant that focuses only on its food and not on over the top decor and ambience settings.
Breakfast indeed is the most important meal of the day, but somehow I have never been a breakfast person. The only time I enjoy breakfast is when I am travelling because the buffet spreads at hotels is something I love and thus when I was invited to indulge in a zesty morning by ITC Grand Goa, I simply could not refuse. Waking up early, travelling a distance of 1 hour and the anticipation of an elaborate spread made me hungry enough to enjoy the breakfast even before I reached ITC.
Soft pretzels are one of the best things to use to make a sandwich, or to eat on their own. You can buy some delicious soft pretzels from a number of brands, but if you’re someone who likes to bake, you can also make them at home.
Spice Goa is one of the names that pops up the moment someone mentions Goan food and more especially the famous Fish Thali, but trust me when I say there is much more to Spice Goa than just the scrumptious Goan food.