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Goa is the party capital of the country, getting invaded by thousands of tourists daily from all over the globe. The influx of cultures effects the demographic of the city majorly, especially where gastronomy is concerned. You are treated to a plethora of cuisines but if we are true to ourselves, we admit to the popularity of North-Indian cuisine in Goa unabashedly. There are some fantastic restaurants in Goa to quench your curry love and we have crafted a list for you to target only the best.
‘Earthern Oven’ is a popular brand when it comes to North-Indian cuisine and is just perfect to kick-start this list. It is nestled in a green pocket of Candolim, decorated in a casual yet cheerful manner by giving the desi touch of ‘charpis’ out on the patio. ‘Chulha’ of Grand Hyatt take its location seriously by being placed in middle of a palm grove invitingly. While outside the trees swish with sea breeze, inside you can enjoy a very elegant and tasteful setting trapped with lovely wooden screens.Tucked into the beautiful Portuguese Baroque style streets of Panaji, is a humble little eatery called ‘Copper’, which deals mainly into delicious North-Indian cuisine. The place is totally affordable and is set outdoors so one can admire the beauty all around freely.
Another budget-friendly place to register on your food radar is ‘Satvik’, which is again located in the panoramic lanes of Panaji. This place has a small yet likable menu to be enjoyed on a shoe-string budget.Settled into the nook of Bardez is a small humble food joint ‘Indiana Family Restaurant’. The place is stretched out in an open setting starting its day early with a nice North-Indian style meal. For hungry travellers returning back from Calangute Beach, there is a small affordable place just next to Calangute Residency, called ‘Sai Sagar Restaurant’. Their menu is completely vegetarian and filled with classic North-Indian fare. ‘Hotel Annapurna Sneha’ is an unpretencious restaurant falling near to the old Goa police station. The menu encompasses a mix of Chinese and North-Indian dishes for a very nominal price.‘Hare Rama’ is nothing more than a glorified beach shack but its stunning natural location makes it a charming getaway of curry and sand. Sit outside under the umbrella with a plateful of curry while admiring the swelling waves of Patnem Beach.