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A kaleidoscope of senses enthrals you, as you stare at the entrance of Black Sheep Bistro in the busy streets of Panjim. The glass door shimmers and invites you to a world beyond a menu conceptualised by the husband-wife duo – Prahlad and Sabreen. One is greeted by the bar with high chairs to perch on for a quick drink, or you can move into the inner dining area or even the outdoor terraced area. The menu though inspired globally is produced and created locally. Fresh salads, tapas and inspired Goan cuisine are some of the creations that are talked about far and wide. Try the peanut-crusted seared 'Fish Fillet' and the 'Red Salad' whilst you sip on a 'Silver Bullet Martini'. End one’s meal with the 'Chocolate Lava Cake' or the warm 'Date Cake' paired with 'Cinnamon Lattes' and 'Cappuccino'. Experimentation galore, one could ask for the new creations to surprise you. This bistro sure puts a smile on your face.
When one thinks of Goa’s gastronomy, one often ends up imagining about beach shacks and charming little bistros tucked on every corner. But the city is much more than that. It’s a powerhouse of creativity and by the addition of superb seafood it gets daily, Goa has become a culinary destination in its own right. Several native chefs are working towards combining their love for regional food with international cuisines. One great example is ‘The Black Sheep Bistro’, a charming good-looking dining room that has become a perfect reflection of local gastronomy. This restaurant shines like a star surrounded by colonial lanes of Panjim, giving the restaurant a stunning backdrop of local flavour and a certain elegance. You will find the place on Swami Vivekanand Road, near ICICI Bank. The Black Sheep Bistro is one of the hidden gems of Goa.
The Black Sheep Bistro is the brainchild of the husband wife duo, Prahlad and Sabreen. With Prahlad having a deep passion and genius for wines, ask for his opinion when choosing your wine. The restaurant practices farm to table concept and works with fresh local ingredients to prepare the food. While you are waiting for your table, sit at the bar to grab a quick drink and then move to the main dining room or to the outdoor terraced area. Menu is a blend of Continental, European, German and Goan cuisines. Start off with, prawn corn soup, Konkan chicken skewers, caramelized garlic tart, arugula green salad, fish cakes and mushroom soup. Main course entails, grilled chicken steak, bistro lamb poutine, Singaporean Hainanese chicken rice, chorizo crushed fish fillet, blackened creole chicken and red sauce spaghetti.
If you are not a wine person, opt for the bistro’s delicious cocktails. Feni sour, sangria and cinnamon whiskey sour are worth trying. For desserts polish off the choco lava cake in English cream or churros with chocolate sauce as grand finale. With a cup of coffee wrap up this glorious evening. The Black Sheep Bistro is encased in an old-fashioned Portuguese-style building. Main dining space is elegantly designed, just perfect for couples looking for mood dining. Setting is cozy and intimate. White and orange painted walls are mounted with modern artwork, giving a very chic and clean appeal. Dishes are medium priced, which gives the diners plenty of freedom to choose.
When you are in mood for some romantic time with your partner head over to The Black Sheep Bistro in Panaji, where your palate will go through some spectacular transformations driven by Modern Goan cuisine. Helped by the owner who is an ace sommelier, wash down the meal with a delicious wine or a silver bullet martini. Both indoors and outdoors are pleasantly decorated to enhance the feeling of romance and privacy for a Special Occasion. Interiors are elegant, tasteful and charming. The farm to table concept they have going on only manages to elevate your dining experience with The Black Sheep.
Main cuisine served at The Black Sheep Bistro is Goan.
₹1500 (approx.) for two at The Black Sheep Bistro.
No, The Black Sheep Bistro serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
The Black Sheep Bistro restaurant timing For Today : 12:00 PM to 01:00 AM
No, The Black Sheep Bistro does not serve buffet.
No, The Black Sheep Bistro does not serve alcohol.
No, The Black Sheep Bistro doesn't play live music.
People love Beet Root Salad, Pasta the most at The Black Sheep Bistro.
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