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Nestled deep in the hinterlands of lush Goa near the gushing Udder springs is Ignia. Run by Ramdas, Pierson, Varuna and Vipin, these gents from Bangalore have created a resto-bar concept that focuses on fusion cuisine with a signature twist. Set in the reminisces of an old Goan home the approach is rustic and the grill tables inside add to the charm. One’s personal live grill right at the table. For the vegetarians – the oozing Corn And Cheese Poppers and can be followed with the Stuffed Courgettes – barbequed zucchini stuffed with potato chopped olives garlic cheese and herbs topped with Jack cheese sauce. The starters lie best with the Fantasy Fish and the Tuscan Pan Seared Beef with rosemary and garlic. Try the Kitty Hawks BBQ Pork flavoured in a dry Carolina rub to send your senses sky-high. Allow the mixologist Glen Dias to recommend some signature cocktails whilst one feast on these delicacies. 1986 – a pepper-flavored vodka worth a mention as is the Red Knight – an apple, cranberry and plum based mocktail. The Walter White is a dessert lover’s delight, an insanely paired combination of white chocolate fudge, dried fruits and nuts.
Dining at Ignia is like sitting on a “Marchan”perched on a platform which has been erected around Ed discovered and above the canopy of coconut and giant trees which encircle it. The tongue twister of a name notwithstanding Ignia is a true find discovered after a recommendation, One requires a vehicle to open this embarrassment of riches and the menu is something to die for. The cocktails are varied and exciting and the rest of the items on offer making one having a choice of selection. At lunch Ignia was relatively empty but we are sure the evenings and weekends are packed. The service is good and the prices are vereasonable. The view from the the “machan’ could never have been better.
These guys dump all their garbage at the waterfall near their hotel. That place stinks and these guys arrogantly disown their responsibility from the garbage disposal. It is a total shame. Also, this place is extremely expensive and just not worth the money you spend there.
We went last night the only 4 customers there, the menu is interesting, as are the cocktails, I chose one at 600/- and there wasn't much more than an egg cup full in a largesh glass it was delicious but for the quantity a ridiculous price All four ordered at the same time, a pulled beef burger, risotto, cannelloni , and coriander prawns with two Garlic bread, the burger arrived first when it was half eaten the risotto appeared followed by the cannelloni, for some reason the prawns were last and not as nice as expected, oh and the two garlic bread weren't just garlic bread they had a cheese in them which overpowered them and they were left. No one queried why the bread was left or indeed apologised for the way the meals came out We also had 3 g&ts the total came to just under 4000/- including tip. Will I go again, no thanks although our friends who have been several times still love it
My family and friends visited Igina restaurant yesterday, it took almost 1 hour to get orders ready, food was not upto the mark, not tasty as expected, may be due to off season, they were not having few items like garlic bread, rice etc, quantity of coktail served less, charges are equal to five star hotels, never recommend anyone to make another mistake like me. Seating and layout was satisfactory
Discovered this place by accident. Nestled in a secluded forested neighbourhood, this place has superb ambience, excellent food and phenomenal cocktails. Must try is prawns in cilantro sauce, messy wings, veggies in teriyaki sauce. Spaghetti Alio olio was well made and full of flavour. A must go place if you are in Goa