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Pass along the arterial road connecting the bustling city of Mapusa to the hinterlands of Assagao and one is arrested by this vibrantly restored old Portuguese house turned Grill & bakery. Well-manicured lawns with the fresh aroma of baked goods this is a quaint place to relax and pass the day away. As the name suggests their speciality lies in seafood, however, the appetizers were tempting. Start off with the 'Baked Goat Cheese Bruschetta' with tomatoes and creamy goat cheese and the 'Mussels in Blue Cheese'. Quite a cheesy affair! For the soup lover, the spicy 'Prawn Bisque' in quick pursuit would be the 'Beef & Crab Steak' for the mains. The choice of sauce is mushroom, pepper and blue cheese served with steamed vegetables as an accompaniment.
We went to Crab & Co with great expectations; this restored old Portuguese Home has a great ambience! However it stops there! The food was thoroughly disappointing! We ordered the watermelon and feta salad. It was just mediocre. The prawn tempura was actually prawn pakora!! The cheese on the pizza was smelling not too appetising and our prawns Rechiado had a water like sauce, not the Rechaido paste that Goa is famous for. The chocolate lava cake was the most disappointing with a hard rubbery top and a stale chocolate liquid filling. All in all a forgetful experience.
Crab and Co is located in assagao. It has got a very homely feel to it. The outside area is quite beautiful. Got a lovely and warm atmosphere. We had their crab pancake for starters. It was really delicious. My dad and boyfriend had the pork chops which they said was really nice. I had the pasta which was decent but if you go there mainly order their sea food dishes. Friendly staff too.
Good ambiance but the place hasn't picked up by tourists and locals yet ! Thou the place looks appealing from outside and pizza was also good. Loved the walnut brownie !
This place is located on the Assagao main road between mapusa and Anjuna. It’s a beautifully restored Old Portuguese House and it appeals to you as you start climbing up the short grand steps.. The overall ambience is amazing. Cool and yet classy. The interior decor is different or rather unique. The service quality is also way better then other places I’ve been to of late. The time for preparation of your order and served to your table is fabulous as the day we went it was busy yet food was timely. Taste wise. I enjoyed most of we had. Got no complaints whatsoever. They have amazing deserts too For starters we had Brushetta and some sides While for mains it was salmon ravioli, pork chops, fillet fish and some beef roast. It was a very filling and tasty dinner. Thier deserts were good and tempting.. had a small bite ... but it was yummy. Overall a very satisfying experience. Will be dropping by soon again. The only negative point was that they don’t have thier bar license yet... so if you wanna have a nice bottle of wine with your fine crafted meal ... it’s a let down. Hopefully they should get thiers soon.
We went here to celebrate our Anniversary. The place is very nice at nights. We sat outdoors, n it was pleasant. The food was very good, also the mojito & rosemary melon sodas were excellent. The staff were courteous and service was quick. The deserts were a little pricey for the portion size offered. Else it was a great experience