Five Restaurants To Try In Goa
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When big cities get boring, Indians rush to Goa for a dose of sun, sundowners, sand and the sea. Cocktails at beach shacks and dancing the night away at cool clubs are part of everyone’s itinerary. But besides being a party destination, Goa is also the place to go to for anyone looking for a culinary adventure. From traditional Goan and Portuguese food to more modern world cuisine, there’s something for every palate. We highly recommend you try these five restaurants on your next visit. 

Fernando’s Nostalgia

Located in the sleepy village of Raia in Salcette, South Goa, Fernando’s Nostalgia is run by Margarida Tavora e Costa, wife of late chef Fernando Aluiso Ribeiro Da Costa. A sunny restaurant with bright walls and lots of room, the place served Goan and Portuguese food. Their vindaloo uses 42 chillies and pairs well with sannas, which are Goan rice cakes. The menu also has Portuguese classics like chorizo and serves bolo sans rival, a traditional cashew nut cake that’s not easy to find elsewhere.