Walk past the Anjuna flea market, down a flight of steps to a place conceptualised by Edwin Nunes. The beach entices one upfront with serene waters, stroking rocky boulders far within the odd trawler in suspended motion. Set amidst the lovers of trance and progressive music in Goa, this restaurant is a blissful work of art. A one story wooden structure rests against a cliff, a laterite form of a woman's head covered with plants, and the sun worshippers lying inactive along the beach — it is a groovy way of enjoyment at Curlie's. The action is hectic, from breakfast to sundown. Sip on the sought after jungle juice − a local feni with Limca mix and the beef carpaccio. Try the ginger battered calamari with apricot chutney before you move onto the sandy dance floor and vibe to the beat.
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