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When coming to the wonders of Pan Asian cuisine, we have to agree to the comfort it brings whenever one has a chance to relish it. There are many people who find solace in the cuisine when in need for a gentle heart-warming pat on the back. The beauty of Pan Asian food not only relies in its comforting quality but also its flavour that seems to compliment well with any kind of booze. It’s due to this particular trait that Pan Asian cuisine has become so famous in Goa, a city which adores its booze. Every nook and corner of Goa is filled with numerous restaurants and pubs, each with its own kind of fare to display but Pan Asian cuisine manages to find a place on most of the menus. We would now take you to some of the best Pan Asian places in Goa.
Leading the popularity chart of Pan Asian eateries is Taj Exotica’s fancy oriental restaurant ‘Li Bai’. Their food is said to be excellent, worth the hefty amount you will have to drop for the experience. ‘Tao’ in Pananji lets you enjoy Asian food in an alfresco setting. The restaurant is spread out under a good-looking shack, which might not look trendy but you forget all that once you taste their exceptional food. Meaning ‘little lotus’ in Chinese, ‘Tamari’ restaurant of Vivanta by Taj lays out the spectacular spread of Pan-Asian delicacies in a very elegant and modern ambience. It is expensive but worth every penny. ‘Wok & Roll’ of Candolim is an affordable Pan-Asian restaurant nestled comfortably below Fort Aguada. Along with mouth-watering food, you get an amazing view of Nerul Creek. ‘Chilli N Spice’ of Fidalgo remains open all-day long and comprises of a smart and contemporary surroundings.
Set in a very swanky and modern interiors, ‘Emperor’ of Deltin Suites simply steals your breath away with its awesomeness. Their menu is Chinese and Thai, which can be enjoyed in their lovely outdoor section. ‘Oriental’ of Calangute is a budget-friendly restaurant that is laid out in the courtyard of an old Portuguese villa. Another pocket-friendly restaurant for you to try out is ‘The Oak Barrel’ in Panaji. Their menu is a combination of Thai and Chinese, which they prepare beautifully. While there might be nothing modern about ‘Goenchin’‘s décor, their menu however is a sight to behold, especially for seafood lovers. For the foodie in you, ‘Malaka Spice’ is a haven. Go if you want to be adventurous with flavours.