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Back in time, local folklore stated that the foxes would be tempted by the rich sugarcane harvest in the fields of fiesta in Saligao. This similarity is echoed at Briston's and Savio’s place opposite those very fields. These two Goan lads trained under Chef Urbano Rego at the Taj and travelled the world only to come back and serve what Goans love – seafood galore. On a calculated turning, take care not to zip down the highway at this point. The single storey open structure is difficult to miss. Enter the tempting casual bar and climb the steps plastered with bright prints against the wall. The paper lanterns are crafted with fork and spoon motifs; the seating is casual and trendy. The big windows along one side of the wall, open to the ‘natural’ elements and gives an airy feel to the place. No fine dining place, however, makes one feel at home. Kick start the festivities with the Squid Tempura. The triangles of squid served on a bed of tossed salad accompanied by Garlic Mayonnaise drizzle on the plate. While known for seafood do not miss their famous Goan Sausage Pie served in mini sizzler pans. The combo of sausage and hash potatoes is lip-smacking. Crab Xec Xec is their speciality and goes famously well with the Masala Crumb Fried Mussels. Miss it at your own risk.
Poor food and even poorer service. The food was all under seasoned and over cooked. We tried multiple items on the menu and were left very disappointed. The incompetence of the staff was the saddest thing. One member of our team has an allergy to pepper and yet her food was brought with pepper twice, despite mentioning it multiple times. The waiter went as far as to lie about the pepper in the food and said the black spots was simply the dirt from the pan. Needless to say, we left with a very bad taste in our mouths.
The place has a lovely ambience.Luckily for us Savio was present and he guided us about the various dishes on the menu.All in all we had one of the best meals in a long time.
Excellent food. Good quality and quantity. One of the best sea foods available in Goa. Right on the main road.
All the dishes served were cooked professionally and so fresh and yummy. Sea Food was most efficiently cooked. My brother is already a regular there. Must visit this place if you really crave for nicely cooked, mouth watering, tasty food.
We had a wonderful time here. Good food and karaoke - what’s not to like! There is a wide ranging menu of local and European dishes, well served by professional and engaging staff. I can thoroughly recommend the Chicken Jalfrezi with puloa rice. I would recommend booking a table as this place is understandably and rightly popular. We arrived without a reservation and luckily got a table before the restaurant filled up around 8pm. Oh, and the karaoke is excellent - just the right blend of quality singers and cheesiness!