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Azul in Portuguese means 'Blue.' Cafe Azul has a very contemporary décor with a huge fish tank, adding to the 'blue'. The poolside café with an Italian style gives the diner a choice of soaking in the relaxing poolside aura or in air-conditioned comfort away from the heat. It is often remarked that the Mediterranean Sea with its various branches, penetrates far into the vast Continent. Café Azul, at one of the old conceptualised and styled resorts showcasing the 'Old World' of Goa, is an eatery with a panoramic view with blue all around - the sea, the pool and the décor. It gives you a feel of the Mediterranean. Drop in during the day for a light bite and coffee or a cooler. Drop in the late evening for a snack with a spirited mix, the Mojito or the Amchem Goem - now that is a different avatar. Order the Panko Chicken Burger with a Cappuccino for company. Or the Burmese Khao Suey and the vegetarian option - the Khubani ke Kofte. Dumplings of cottage cheese and potato stuffed with apricot, in saffron-flavoured cashew cream gravy served with the layered Lachha Parantha. Wind up with some baked Honey Yoghurt, although the homemade Indian milk desserts Rasmalai and Gulab Jamun are tongue ticklers.
We ordered crabs in butter garlic sauce and it was amazing. Some other grill items were ok too. However the menu needs a revamp as the opti9ns were limited particularly for vegetarians. Pasta and pizza were average. Our mushroom risotto was amazing. For b’fast which is also served in Laranja restaurant, we would certainly prefer the latter as it has more options. The staff was quiet friendly but the delivery time needs improvement.
We went here for a Fado night and it was a surreal experience . Fado is a Portuguese song narrative, the restaurant had a special menu during the Fado. We loved the prawns starters along with the soup. The main course in chicken was okay however the desserts which was a combination of 3 : pudding , icecream and cashew cake ( the best one ) ended it extremely well to go along with the beautiful Fado performances . A different experience , this happens on every first Tuesday of the month , if you are around do go and see this along with some delectable food
great food, good options, and fairly on higher price as expected in such a setup, overall worth it ENJOY/
I was staying at Cicade de goa for 3 nights 4 days...Visited Cafe Azul for the lunch on all the 4 days...It was that good......The dishes were good in quantity and lip smacking in taste....Very good fine dining experience and the value for money was great....absolutely recommend this place....Staff was super courteous and very helpful....Service could be improved a bit...food was taking a bit longer to come...hence given it a 4.5 star rating rather than a perfect 5..... Dishes i had: Rava/Semolina Fried Fish, Chicken Biryani, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Cold Coffee, Falooda, Arrabiatta Pasta, Bun Maska Dishes i recommend: All except Bun Maska....since all of them were extremely good...
The view makes the food good. The breakfast was good and the staff friendly. A little bit of effort int he service can do a lot of good
Don’t let your Goan vacation limit you to the beach shacks or the local markets. Look up towards the fancy hotels who know how to impress a clientele of diverse palate effortlessly. Give those sandy casual beach sheds a miss and dress for the evening for a change in honor of dining at ‘Café Azul’. This all-day dining restaurant of Hotel Cidade de Goa in Panaji is placed in a gorgeous seaside location from where you can see the sea in distance beating against the Vainguinim Beach impatiently. That’s half the charm of dining in Goa, the lovely beachside locations. Café Azul understands your need for the sea by wrapping you in a complete Mediterranean ambience. Azul means ‘blue’ in Portuguese and everywhere you look at Café Azul you will be gazing at this soothing color.
It’s a common knowledge that every all-day dining restaurant comes with an impressive global menu to pacify a diverse clientele. Café Azul however focuses on two – Mediterranean and Goan. Smattering of Italian food finds its way into the menu, which is not a big surprise. The day starts pretty early for Café Azul when early surfers or beach bums comes in for a quick breakfast before hitting the waves. They pile on a hefty share of waffles or eggs or croissants before heading out. In the evening start with the appetizers like, kasturi mahi tikka, organic Mediterranean vegetable skewers with hummus, aniseed infused pan tossed prawns, Greek salad and fish & chips. Move ahead to, mama rosa pasta, pizza margherita, Lebanese pita bread chicken sandwich, grilled lobster with braised broccoli, Burmese khao suey, pork vindaloo and cashew peas tondak.
Café Azul’s menu is layers of surprise. Variety is extensive and varied. Don’t let the flavors bonanza end here. Tuck into some delightful desserts before heading out such as, homemade malai sandwich, alle belle, New York cheese cake, honey baked yoghurt, kala jamun, blueberry panna cotta and white & dark chocolate mousse. Those who are watching their waist can make do with sliced papaya or fresh fruit platter. Kids get their own special menu. The entire restaurant is done in blue and white tone to keep with the Mediterranean theme. Sit near the huge plate glass windows to drink in the sea view and soak up some Goan sun. Mood is quintessentially Goan – relaxed. Without costing excessively you can have a gala time dining at Café Azul.