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Lovingly known as Dr Fish in culinary circles Atul Shah and Aparna Shah’s ode to Goan Saraswat cuisine is legendary as much as Atul’s love for fish. Safe to say, the establishment of the Mapusa Highway is thronged by patrons alike waiting to get a seat at the table. Try the 'Sungta Tonak' and 'Dry Fry', mouthwateringly delicious. But their speciality lies in the 'Banana Prawns Wrapped In Banana Leaf'. Leave space for the mains, as portion quantities are ample. Kurli ‘Rock Crabs’ in their Pernem Xacuti masala and their famous 'Crab Bhurji' is advisable with a beverage from the well-stocked bar. The 'Tisryo Clams Sukhe' is a pescetarian delight with home-made secrets handed down to Aparna. The seasonal fish has some rarities which have to be asked to your server. It is quite an enriching experience to understand a class on fish from the ‘Dotor’ himself. For the non-fish lover, try the 'Liver Sukhe' cooked in a signature coconut masala and the 'Vade Chicken Sukha' - a combination of sukha chicken and rice flour bread making it quite the tapas selection with drinks. Sign off with the 'Serradura' for dessert.
We tried the Spice Goa restaurant based out of karaswada Mapusa last night and the food was great, freshly cooked very tasty and well presented. The waiters were attentive and service overall was good. we had ordered for sea food tandoor style and rava fry. it was fresh and tasty. The ambience in the restaurant had its own charm Overall a good meal and great value we will certainly be going back.
To enjoy authentic Goan food Spice Goa is the right place. Situated near Mapuca city on the Mumbai highway.
On our travel to Goa we heard from family that this place serves a delight to ones taste buds. So we decided to go and have a meal and well were not disappointed........... Mouthwatering ...................... The ambiance was comfortable and service is quick . The fish thali with king fish curry in particular Delightful!. The other highlights was the crab masala fry, the chicken cafreal, the mussels rawa fried, the tandoori shevto mouth watering. Over all we had a great meal.
Extremely pathetic service, arrogant staff, no taste in food. Very dirty even in air-conditioned portion. Bery sorry to have visited.
This place in line with its reputation dishes out very good food. The service is quick and friendly. My wife Went for the pomfret which she says was very good. The Malvani chicken and vada was okay-ish. Wasn’t spicy enough, probably being toned down to cater to a wider palette. The flavour was good though.