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by the affable and lovely Trupti Wesley. With the new project focusing on a holistic fun and social area governed by great food learnt from house favourites and new experimentations of various cuisines this establishment has something for everyone. From the signature Feta Cheese Chickoo Bruschetta, it sets the tone for the start of fusion cuisine that tickles one's palate as they move along. A must-try is the homely Chicken Thukpa with freshly steamed Momos. Do note the portions are huge so order wisely. The Ragi Dosa has a very local Goan spin in the Chorizo infused with Cheese and the Kheema with stew. It is delectable and leaves one asking for more. The Kathi wraps lay strong in the seafood version, and each portion can easily feed two. For the sweet tooth, the layered Banoffee Pie and Chunky Chocolate Brownie make you wish there were a wheelchair to escort you out the doorpost.
Coming from Margao, when one heads further up north, one becomes the subject of topics of conversation that span across the wonders of the north and how the south is a dark space under a rock. However, every once in a while, there are a few places that seem to break free of that little theoretical cocoon, and this haunt in question calls itself ‘The Chikoo Tree Project’. It serves as a nice plan to slot working lunches when in the city, or a fun meeting place, in general. While the space is small and cosy, the hearts of the people in the kitchen and the portions are massive. If you haven’t yet slotted ‘The Chikoo Tree Project’ into your planner, now wouldn’t be such a bad time to start doing so.
Situated in the busy yet quite lanes of Margao , this place looks like it is set up in a bungalow. Very nicely decorated with beautiful interiors , lots of board games to play and yet appears extremely spacious . They have selected menu and the food is extremely good . We tried the chicken soup and it was really tasty. It's a peaceful place good for evening hang outs. They have a small library as well .
The place was empty when we visited for a late luch and hence the service was attentive. Interesting options on food. Ragi dosa with coconut curry. Parotha and curry. Good coffee options too.
Visited this place after reading all the fab reviews on tripadvisor. Sorry to say, it was a huge disappointment. The ginger ale we ordered had a definite mild stink, the other items were so-so. Considering that this place has great ratings on tripadvisor, the following could have been the problem areas when we visited : 1. This could be one of those owner-driven places. Neither Tripti nor her husband was present. Apparently, both are busy in their other projects these days. Perhaps it would be a good idea to peep in before entering to check if atleast one of them is available there. 2. At 9 pm, the place was totally and absolutely deserted. Perhaps the staff members had mentally wound up for the day. Maybe a better idea to go there at lunch hours. I am not likely to go there again, but best of luck to the owners anyway..
Due to some work around margao , wanted to have a quick lunch with wify , have been hearing of Chikoo tree so we thought of trying . Loved the easy cool casual ambience , smiling team willing to help ...menu is quiet elaborate and with right mix . Ordered for coriander chicken , fish cutlet with some rice and phulka ... i must stay being a well travelled foodie that I am ... we jusy loved every dish . The quantity and quality both were commendable . Would highly recommend ....I am coming back soon . All the best and keep up the great work 😍