We all know Goa is a vibrant and feel good city with a lot of dining and party places and you can find everything here from casual cafes to cozy restaurants and seaside shacks. In Goa, there's something for everyone. Though the city already has an enormous number of restaurants, cafes and pubs and bars to satisfy your food cravings, new places keep being added to keep you excited about trying new places and cuisines. Here is a list of 8 new restaurants in Goa so you can eat your heart out at. Head here and avail the best deals and discounts when you book a table via EazyDiner. Also, do not forget to pay your bill using our PayEazy feature and avail additional discounts like never before!
Roboto is a new restaurant in North Goa. This place is a first-of-its-kind Ramen house in town. Nestled in a bustling Calangute neighborhood, this restaurant and bar serves delicious miso ramen bowls that make for the perfect comfort food choice. Also, their Asia-inspired cocktails featuring an interesting medley of delicately extracted flavors, are all made from locally sourced ingredients.
Must-haves: Pork Katsudon, Beef Tataki, Ramen, And Don Buri, And Kimchi Grilled Cheese
Cost for two: ₹ 2000
Enjoy a luxury dining experience with unusual Himalayan regional cuisine at Yeti, a well-known restaurant. The restaurant's interior design is inspired by Himalayan history and culture. The atmosphere here is calm and serves cuisine made from unique ingredients using Himalayan-sourced spices. The exotic range of delicacies served here includes Thakali Thali, Gyuma, Choila, Thukpa, and other Nepali, Bhutanese and Tibetan snacks.
Must-haves: Yeti Special Thukpa,Thenthuk, Kothe Momos, Momos Platter, La-Phing, Nepalese Platter
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
The Blue Turtle is a new restaurant in Goa with a chic beach bar and direct beach access. They serve a wide variety of seafood, continental grills, Goan specialties, Asian & comfort favorites (including vegetarian options), and spectacular cocktails in a beach-facing stylish setting for lengthy lunches, sunset sessions, and elegant dinners.
Must-haves: Beach Mezze & Lavash, Salmon Sashimi, Grilled Lamb Cutlet, Blue Turtle Pepperoni, Chicken Cafreal
Cost for two: ₹ 500
Miss Margarita is a Mexican grill & Tequila bar which offers cuisine influenced by different parts of Mexico, with a modern twist. They mix fresh ingredients with creative ways of marination, and many of their original meals are flavored with different types of tequila. Enjoy your palate here with a play of taste & textures. Choose from a variety of starters, tacos, skewers, and main courses before sipping on a selection of delectable margaritas and tequila cocktails.
Must-haves: Dry Rub Pulled Chicken, Tempura Cilantro Lime Prawn And The Pulled Jackfruit & Corn Taco. The Diablo Prawn Sizzle, And Yucatan Style Grilled Pork Belly Skewers
Cost For Two- ₹ 2000
Shivers is the latest addition to the list of new restaurants in North Goa. It’s a calm romantic oasis garden restaurant with magnificent outdoor seating, surrounded by lush greenery and enchanting fairy lights that sets the place for a delightful supper date experience. Shivers also hosts outstanding Saturday night events and is a fantastic dining spot for a relaxed sundowner with your gang or loved one. You can savor here a variety of Goan, Naga, Sushi, North Indian, Oriental noodles, English, and Classic American delicacies. It’s a one-of-a-kind restaurant that you will find in North Goa.
Must-haves: Chicken Momo, Goan Thali, Veg Thali, Sea Food, Amritsari Chicken, Pomfret Thali, Avojin Magic, Cocktails
Cost for two: ₹ 1300
A Reverie is an attractive restaurant on Holiday Street in the Calangute district. This is one of Goa's most well-known restaurants, not just for its food but also for its charming atmosphere. Their cuisine is entirely Continental, with some Goan-inspired items to enjoy a wholesome meal. The best part about this place is that its cuisine keeps changing because it is based on fresh products. The vibes here are calm and refreshing. On special occasions, you can sit outside beneath an open shed and enjoy your dinner while enjoying the fresh sea breeze.
Must-haves: Tacos, Mezze & Tortellini, Vodka Sour, Beef Pinchos, Calamari
Cost for two: 2000
Juju, a hip Indian restaurant, reinvents classic Indian food in a contemporary environment. Because it is imbued with mystique, they promise to offer remarkable experiences. Juju provides a wonderful dining experience for all five senses while paying homage to India's rich culinary heritage with a modern twist. If you want to have a delightful supper at a fine-dining modern Indian restaurant and bar in South Goa, this is the place to go for. You should relish their signature dishes like Peanut Butter Chilli Salan, Stuffed Crab and try their signature cocktails.
Must-haves: Dilli Ka Tikka, Zafrani Jhinga Tempura, Burrata, Nilgiri Korma Soya Chaap, Rajasthani Lala Mas
Cost for two: ₹ 2000
Can you cherish Punjabi cuisine in Goa? Yes, Sukkha in Assagao delivers a delightful assortment of traditional Punjabi & North Indian culinary delights, as well as a variety of Goan seafood delicacies. The restaurant also has an in-house bar that serves surprisingly innovative beverages. The place is warm and cozy which makes you feel at home and the outdoor seating area is also extremely wonderful.
Must-haves: Kurkure Bhindi, Dahi Kebab, Mutton Rogan Josh and Punjabi Prawn Curry
Cost for two: ₹ 1200
Kritika Tandon is an in-house creative writer for EazyDiner Pvt Ltd. She has done post-graduation from IP University. She loves to explore new cuisines and places. She is passionate about writing articles based on Food, Cuisine, Recipes & many more. In addition to writing, Kritika likes cooking and loves experimenting with new recipes at home.