THE VILLAGE STUDIO, PARRA – A LAIDBACK CAFÉ IN A BACKYARD

We rode down familiar lanes before taking a turn we barely noticed before. Then past the overgrown gardens of simple, old houses until we finally spotted the sign that read ‘The Village Studio’ in Parra. This artsy café in Goa is located close to the Nagoa Church and behind St.…

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Peep Kitchen, Caranzalem – A Goan Seafoodie’s Delight

Hey foodies! I’ve mentioned at the start of the year that I’m on a mission to try out as many restaurants in Goa as humanly possible, given the amount of shuttling I do between Goa and other cities. And while I blogged about some new cuisines that have made it…

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Thaal – Goa’s first and only Bohra Restaurant

Forget about Chinese, Mughlai and Continental food for a bit. There’s a new, yet age-old cuisine in town that’s set to blow your mind! Located on a quiet lane that’s a stone’s throw away from Reis Magos Fort while overlooking a rivulet, Thaal specializes in Bohri fare– the food of…

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Toro Toro, Baga – Capturing the aesthetics of summer

Heyyy! I tried out a bunch of new restaurants lately, so get ready for a slew of food photographs and recommendations from some new spots serving scrummy food! Let’s start with this one! Coconuts, flamingos, pineapples, and umbrella-topped martini glasses – icons of a tropical paradise, find themselves a home…

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Restaurant Review – Ignia (Goa)

It isn’t often that a restaurant comes out of nowhere and knocks your socks off! But when it happens, it reminds you why you love eating out in the first place. Located in Verna in the south of Goa, Ignia opened its doors to the public on November 7th 2015,…

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