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Lady Baga is an ode to Goa at its peak – the 1960s and 1970s. A supremely hippie vibe, from the psychedelic colors on the walls and cushions to the amusing signs punning on the hippie mantra “Free Love” (Free Love, Cheap Beer or Fish Love or All you need is Seafood) that reach to the menu as well, Lady Baga will make you want to slip off your shoes, sit back and just chill. Or if the DJ is spinning his tunes, you may want to start dancing! Spread across two floors, do not miss out on seeing the many signs and elements that are a shout-out to flower power, like the brightly painted hollowed out van. If sitting at a table is too mainstream, how about grabbing a hammock and settling in for the afternoon?! Aside from the Goan dishes, burgers and kinds of pasta are also on offer. In addition to the cocktails menu, there are a ton of mocktails under the moniker 'Like a Virgin', and teas as well as the new fun drink, freak shakes. And this being an ode to Goa, coconut water and beers – including “House Beer” Kings – by the six-pack also make an appearance. A must-try is the 'Fisherman’s Tonic cocktail', a spicy and potent mix, from the “Twist and Shout” section of the menu. 'Crispy Fried Bombil Fish', 'Prawn/Calamari Recheado', and 'Father Lorenzo’s Chorizos' are all Goan delicacies available as starters, while choices amongst the mains include 'Goan Prawn Curry', 'Camarao Da Caldinha', and 'Prawn Pulao'. Bebinca lovers will also be thrilled to see its presence amongst the desserts, and there is the 'Portuguese Serra'
Despite the tacky decor, Lady Baga delivers on food quality. I think the aim is to send out a beach shack vibe but there's definitely something missing from the ambience (the projection on the wall running a beach view video on loop just doesn't cut it). However, I'd still go back for the awesome food!
The service and ambience was very good. Very much set for a gang of friends on a weekend.The food was average as i was expecting more authentic "goan" food as advertised. The prices are on the higher side vs the overall experience. Dont think its value for money.
Fishermans wharf has now been converted to Lady baga. But they have also taken over the Magarita lounge bar.So basically this is 2 floors. This place also has valet parking. The rooftop was super hot since its summer now. The ambience is good, gives the feel of goa with the sand n all and the vibrant colored decor. The prawn starter was too smelly, so we just couldnt eat. The chicken chilly was good. Special mention for the wild mushrooms. They were just mind blowing. We had more of that and missed the main course. For the dessert , we tried the chocolate fondant with chocolate syrup .it was too good. The cocktails were ok. Not too many choices. For a Sunday the crowd was also very less considering this place has opened recently. The rates are not too expensive but I wudnt call it pocket friendly also
Three of us friends had gone to celebrate Women's Day.Staff were very hospitable.Great Goan Food menu.Try the house beer King's and the veg cutlet.Lot of choice in prawn items.
Located on the posh Lavelle road...the Goan beach themed outlet is very vibrant , colourful and fancy with exciting but simple props, service is good as well, food was average and not upto expectation but a good try.