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7 Must-Eat Delicious Food Items In Goa & Where To Eat Them

7 Must-Eat Delicious Food Items In Goa & Where To Eat Them

Once you visit Goa, you understand, Goa is not a place, it’s a feeling. The beaches, atmosphere, parties and everything about Goa is surreal. But one thing most people don’t talk about Goa is about food. That’s what I am trying to mention here, the delicious must-try food items in Goa, if you visit Goa then, don’t miss to try these foods. Goa is as sweet as it is hot even in food too.

1. Ros-Omelette

It is a dish prepared with Omelette dipped in chicken gravy, then the gravy is served with soft buns(pav)

Where to eat:

  • Sandeep Ros Omelette stall, Panjim
  • Sirsat No. 1, Assagao
  • Damu Ros Omelette, Verem

2. Fish Thali

One of the favorite dishes of every Goan is the Goan fish thali. The rice with that special curry full of flavor and the fish which is fried in a certain way which you will never find anywhere else in the world.

Where to eat:

  • Vinayak Family Restaurant, Assagao
  • Star Light, Arpora
  • Ritz Classic, Panjim

3. Fish Recheado

Fish Recheado is a Goan speciality, where fish like mackerel (bangda) is slit and stuffed with a spicy and tangy recheado masala, coated with rava and then shallow fried.

Where to eat:

  • Anand Bar and Restaurant, Assagao
  • Fish Dish Bar and Restaurant, Saligoa
  • recheado, Mapusa

4. Vindaloo

A standard element of Goan cuisine derived from the Portuguese carne de vinha d’alhos., A vindaloo is a dish of meat (usually pork) marinated in vinegar and garlic.

Where to eat:

  • Hospedaria Venite Restaurant & Bar, Panaji
  • Vindaloo, Anjuna
  • Mum’s kitchen, Panaji

5. Prawns Balchao

The prawn masala used in this dish is a mixture of sweet, spice and sourness. The unique ingredient that makes the prawn even more delectable is the Goan Toddy Vinegar.

Where to eat:

  • Ritz Classic Panjim, Panaji
  • The Fishermans Wharf, Goa
  • Amboli Spice Fly Restaurant & Bar, Panaji

6. Bebinca

Bebinca, is a traditional sweet in Goa during Christmas. The ingredients include plain flour, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), egg yolk, and coconut milk.

Where to eat:

  • Fabs Bebinca, Ribandar
  • Hospedaria Venite Restaurant & Bar, Panaji
  • Papa Joe’s Restaurant, Orlim

7. Chicken Cafreal

Chicken Cafreal aka Galinha Cafreal is a Portuguese influenced dish popular in the Goan cuisine. In this dish, chicken is marinated with an uber-flavorful green spice paste known as cafreal masala.

Where to eat:

  • Spicy family restaurant & bar, Margao
  • Florentine, Saligao
  • O Coqueiro, Porvorim

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