Started by Joao Camilo Jorge way back in 1956 during the Portuguese era, it seems that nothing has changed over the years for this little 'nook' in the wall as one enters within. The Immaculate Conception Church in Panaji next door stands testament to the fact bearing witness to the patrons and new generations who still visit it till this date. Some things never change in the crumb-fried pork chops and the beef croquettes, still being the hottest selling item currently prepared by the matriarch of the house, Eddie’s mother. The lower level of the restaurant has retained that cramped noisy charm while the top split-level has a comfortable relaxed air-conditioned ambience. Every day of the week a local specialty is prepared. A local stew roulade on Tuesday and aad maas on Saturday. A must-visit to savour some culinary history.