With the world bouncing back to normalcy, Goa with its wide palate of food and drinks is also back again to serve the best of both worlds. So whether you are a local or visiting the beach capital of India as a tourist, consider this curation of the most trending newly added restaurants on EazyDiner in Goa your holy grail.
Located on Holiday Street in Calangute, A Reverie is a super pretty dining venue that puts emphasis on presentation and fresh flavors in all their preparations. So each dish coming out from the kitchen is plated immaculately and tastes simply delicious. Offering exquisite fusion cuisine this place has an internationally inspired menu that beautifully blends gastronomy with art.
Must-haves: Tacos, Mezze & Tortellini, Vodka Sour, Beef Pinchos, and Calamari
Cost for two: ₹2000
Kismoor Sangolda is a brand extension of Kismoor - A brand launched in 2012 to tickle the tastebuds of patrons with their authentic Goan Portuguese cuisine in a blissful tropical setup. Equipped with a live cocktail bar, a gorgeous outdoor garden seating area, live music, and a food menu focused on serving the most exquisite Modern Goan and fusion cuisine, Kismoor is the perfect destination for a laidback afternoon with friends over a few gin cocktails as well as for a delightfully romantic date night with bae.
Must-haves: Butter Garlic Squids, Chonak fish thali, Cafreal Chicken, Goan Fish, and Goan Chicken
Cost for two: ₹1000
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Looking for a party place? The ultimate place for partying in Goa, Mirage is a club on Vagator that is quite popular for its opulent ambiance and tantalizing grub. Primarily known for its bespoke cocktails- likes of which you might have never tasted anywhere else, Mirage's incredible curation of Asian, Continental, Goan and European cuisines is sure to spoil foodies for choice.
Must-haves: Chicken Paillard, Peri-Peri Surmai, Tender Chicken Wings, A-hoy and Illusion Potion
Cost for two: ₹1900
After winning hearts in Delhi and Mumbai, Kofuku has opened its doors in Goa recently. Staying true to their Japanese, Asian and Korean cuisine, this place has quickly won the hearts of gourmands in Goa. Whether it is a quick Ramen bowl for lunch or socializing over a Teppanyaki and a glass of Sake, diners are enjoying the diverse flavors of Japanese cuisine ranging from sweet miso to salty Tamari Shoyu.
Must-haves: Super Crunchy Roll, Kakuni Pork, Okonomiyaki, Spicy Edamame, Mochi Ice Cream, and Sushi Boat
Cost for two: ₹2200
Redefining fine dining, Chef Hemant Oberoi introduced his much-celebrated Amuz in Goa. The menu takes guests on a global culinary journey with European, Asian, and Indian-inspired dishes. Each dish tells a story with the focus on introducing the city to new flavors, unique presentation, and exquisite ingredients.
Must-haves: Tomato Get Together, Sheesha of Chilled Melon Gazpacho with Coconut Snow, Chilean Sea Bass, Three Milk Parfait
Cost for two: ₹2600
This place is indeed a culinary gem in Goa. Great music, rustic & nostalgic ambiance, and above all - excellent food! The baos have inspired Goan take, the fries on the side are crispy and delicious. The salt & pepper mushroom & feni cocktails are a must-have too! Binge on their wide array of Goan Fusion specialties and exceptionally good cocktails on the menu, offering a burst of flavor, and cutting-edge mixology. Located in the heart of Goa, Maka Zai truly redefines Food, Feni & Fun.
Must-haves: Sukem Chicken, Devils Chicken, Goan Prawn Curry and Goan Thai Curry
Cost for two: ₹1200
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This tiny little cafébrings to you exactly what you would expect – relaxing vibes, subtle decor complementing quite a comfortable seating arrangement serving finger food. This place is perfect for young people to enjoy their drinks and food.
Must-haves: Leek and Blue Cheese Tartine, Confit Beets, Baked Cheese ricotta and Macchiato
Cost for two: ₹800
Shivers is a tranquil romantic oasis garden restaurant that sets the mood for a delightful dinner date experience with their fancy outdoor seating surrounded by lush greenery, and pretty fairy lights. Shivers also hosts exhilarating parties on Saturday nights and is also a great dining destination for a laidback sundowner with your squad. This restaurant serves a selection of inspired Goan, Naga, North-Indian, English, and Classic American delicacies.
Must-haves: Cucumber & Basil Cocktail, Goan Thali, Chicken Momos, and Sushi.
Cost for two: ₹1350
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This place is a first-of-its-kind Izakaya and Ramen house in town. Nestled in a bustling Calangute neighborhood, this restaurant and bar serves delish miso ramen bowls that make for the perfect comfort food choice. Plus, 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
Serving the taste of Punjab, in Goa! Yes, that's right, Sukkha in Assagao serves a delectable selection of authentic Punjabi & north Indian food delicacies along with quite a few local Goan seafood preparations. This place also has an in-house bar that doles out interestingly innovative drinks. The aesthetically pleasing cozy outdoor seating area is also quite lovely.
Must-haves: Kurkure Bhindi, Dahi Kebab, Mutton Rogan Josh and Punjabi Prawn Curry
Cost for two: ₹1200
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