Restaurants in Goa State
The open-air, waterside setting at chef Urbano de Rego’s traditional Goan restaurant is not to be missed. Chef Rego was the first to bring Goan food to the world’s attention, having cooked for the elder President Bush and at the World Economic Forum.
O’Papagaio closed in June 2014.
This beach-shack restaurant is perfect for sunset drinks.
Ordering lettuce is not always advisable in India, but it’s safe to try Greek salads and juicy souvlaki here.
The place for brunch or coffee.
As much an archive of home recipes as a popular lunch spot serving up crab fritters and prawns caldin (a green-chile-and-coconut stew), Mums is another proud preserver of Goan tradition that takes a stand against the encroachment of fusionism that is seen at so many other restaurants in the state