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As one wanders towards the beautiful sunset on Baga Beach one enters St.Anthony’s shack. The feeling is light and happy. The energy around is buzzing with happy families guffawing over spilled drinks or cheering to a sudden euphoric goal scored on the television set that brings everyone to their feet. There is a pool table with live entertainment every night to keep your feet tapping. Order a light snack − chicken 65 and pair it with a Mississippi punch. Sheesha is a favourite among the many thronging this establishment. A value for money place, it finds one wandering in anytime of the day. The barman and the chef cater till wee hours of the morning.
The buzzing party mood of Goa infuses you instantly as you start looking for an ideal spot for the evening. The mood is fun-loving and contagious here, with every person looking to have a good time in this vibrant laid back city next to the roaring sea. Several beach shacks and small key restaurants have popped up in various corners of Goa, each unique in its own right giving its patrons a chance to experience different cuisines in the palm-infested lanes of Goa. ‘St. Anthony’s’ is a popular beach shack placed firmly on sandy strip of famous Baga beach on Calangute-Baga road. This side of Goa is especially popular with the party-hoppers so you will find St. Anthony’s almost always buzzing. Fun karaoke nights, DJ nights and endless flow of beer and shisha only helps in elevating the mood.
All the beach shacks are reasonably cheap plus pocket-friendly and St. Anthony’s is no different. You can enjoy a variety of cuisines here for minimal prices. They target North Indian, Chinese, Continental and of course Goan food, which means tons of delicious freshest seafood. Pair a couple of chilled beers with hara bara kebab, mutton xacuti, chicken 65, beef peri peri, calamari golden fry, pork Cantonese, fish butter garlic, chonak rawa fry, tandoori lobster, chicken seekh kebab, paneer tikka, chicken malai kebab, mutton chilli fry and prawns koliwada. Choose a fish biryani or roti to mop up the scrumptious curries such as, jhinga masala, Goan sausages, beef roast, paneer & mushroom masala, shark ambotik, prawn periperi, fish balchao, butter chicken, pork vindaloo and chicken cafreal. You can even go for prawn pasta, grilled kingfish fillet, chicken stroganoff and lobster thermidor.
When it comes to desserts in Goa, you can’t do without traditional Goan dessert Bebinca or if you want something comforting then stick to Nutella pancake, lemon cheesecake, banana flambe, banana fritters with ice cream and chocolate almond tart. Made in true Goan beach shack style, St. Anthony’s is casual and rustic, created out of bamboo screens and roof. Comfy cane furniture is ideal to laze around, difficult to spoil with sand or sea-soaked clothes. In the evening sit under the cluster of dimly lit lamps or for maximum effect pick a table outside and dig your toes in the sand. Listen to the waves weave an atmosphere of serenity and romance and lose yourself in the magic of Goa with St. Anthony’s.
Main cuisine served at St. Anthony's is Multicuisine.
₹1100 (approx.) for two at St. Anthony's.
No, St. Anthony's serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
St. Anthony's restaurant timing For Today : 11:00 AM to 04:30 AM
No, St. Anthony's does not serve buffet.
No, St. Anthony's does not serve alcohol.
No, St. Anthony's doesn't play live music.
People love Paneer Tikka, Fried Chicken Breast the most at St. Anthony's.
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