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Perched on rocky cliffs overlooking the sea, one can sit on cushioned cane chairs, sip on ouzo and sample the cultural flavour of Greece right here in Goa at Thalassa (Greek word for ‘The Sea’). Mariketty, with her larger than life personality creates a homely atmosphere found in most Greek houses – this open-air taverna features ornaments designed by her. A charismatic place, where one could spend an entire day with family and friends. With quintessential white theme, terrazzo flooring and rustic wooden shelters the simplicity enchants one the minute they enter. Try the tzatzika dip and the tiro kef teri – a spicy feta cheese dip with pita bread. For the pescatarian, the steamed Mussels in ouzo sauce are a must-try. The famous Greek meat preparation makes way from Corfu, Mariketty’s hometown in the form of Moussakas in beef or lamb. The desserts are as exciting as the mains. From homemade Greek yoghurt to rich cheesecakes, everything served here is delectable. Do try the cream berry or blueberry yoghurt smoothies.
This places served some of the best greek/italian/sea-food that I've had in Goa. The service was quick and the staff was helpful. We had 2 infants with us and did not face any hassle. It overlooks a beach and has a very nice view.
We had visited Thalassa on a Sunday evening, during the sunset. It was gorgeous, the whole atmosphere was magical, but it was kind of marred by very loud music. We ordered gyros and bruschetta. While the gyros was v nice, the bruschetta was a disappointment. Being Sunday evening, there was also some kind of performance - various dances, but not very riveting.
This place has a good ambience but it's over hyped, there are couple of dance shows which happen in evening every few hours.The food is mediocre for a Greek restaurant, I have had better at other places.The service is really slow and price too high, they are trying to match price of a fine dining restaurant with experience of a busy cafe.There are two kinds of people over there, one who want's to enjoy the food the other for ambience.If you are looking for good food give a pass, if you are looking for ambiance then go there - maybe.Go to this place if you have never seen dance show in a restaurant.I wouldn't go there again.
Food is very good .. view is even better .. we were a big group .. enjoyed the food .. but the staff is not very friendly ., they just keep trying to rush us .
Thalassa is not just a restaurant, but a way of life in Goa. With great food, music and unconventional boutique stores, it's a must visit. The staff are warm and will make you some space even if its utmost crowded. Enjoy an evening, but be sure to make a reservation before!
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Goa is such an eclectic city whose popularity spans across the entire world and is a very popular party destination amongst the youth. But Goa has another side too that brings in a lot of different cultures together and that effects its gastronomy in a huge way. You can feast on a plethora of exotic cuisines from Italian to Lebanese to Pan Asian right here in Goa and can even take delight in the flavourful Greek cuisine. Greek food is yet to catch fire in India but in Goa which is a city of diverse demographic, witnesses major love for Greek cuisine. One popular haunt for Greek fare is ‘Thalassa’, a tavern-style open air restaurant located on the edge of cliffs in Vagator. Couples and families are often seen relaxing on the cane chairs, gazing at the magnificent sunset.
One of the pleasures of dining at Thalassa is their wonderful menu of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, to be enjoyed right next to the glorious Arabian Sea. Throw back some mimosas to accompany the appetizers like, calamari meat balls, village bruschetta, grilled prawns skewers, seafood soup, feta cheese mini pies, lamb kebab, spicy mushrooms saganaki, stuffed sardines, fried zucchini, flaming saganaki, small Greek chicken pizzas, keftedakia and steamed mussels in ouzo sauce. For second course dabble in, beef moussaka, Thalassa lobster platter, briammi, kleftiko, Greek style spaghetti, lamb burger, chicken on the grill, mussels cooked in fresh tomato sauce, beef pastitsio, king prawns in garlic sauce, pork gyros, veg souvlaki, roast lamb, spana korizo and bourdetto red snapper fillet.
To give your sweet tooth a kick opt for Thalassa’s rich creamy cheesecakes to homemade Greek yoghurt. Their blueberry yoghurt smoothies are to die for. Thalassa is all about the atmosphere and cashes big time due to its breath-taking location and a taverna like ambience. Keeping true to the Greek tradition the exteriors of Thalassa is done completely in white hue, which looks entirely Mediterranean against the backdrop of the gorgeous blue Arabian Sea. Casual cushioned cane chairs are provided for the diners to relax in. Try to sit nearest to the edge so you can get an eyeful of the stunning view. The restaurant is a charismatic place full of tranquillity and personality. It is possible to get a glimpse of Greece right here in Goa at Thalassa in Vagator. Thalassa is budget-friendly too which is a blessing.