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Set in an old heritage home in the heart of Panjim, this is Fisherman’s Wharf. Tasteful and elegant, the old house has been renovated. The rooms have been renovated to house individual sections of 25 air-conditioned covers. Pass a foyer with artefacts, taking you back in time, you are greeted by an open kitchen with chefs hard at play. As one steps out into a verandah and an outer deck with a performance stage it spells a beautiful setting to enjoy the evening. This place is open for people who would like to drop in for a drink and a meal throughout the day. Child-friendly; there is a kid’s playground for the little ones. With the attractive Margarita Lounge next door, it is the best of both worlds. Thronged with celebrities, chances of dining next to Bollywood royalty is high.
A little bit disappointed with the food quality. The drinks are good and the alcohol quantity in the cocktail was generous - I had a fenny with limca and then a classic frozen margarita. No complaints there. The masala fried squid was a tad too spicy for me, but nevertheless very tasty and the squid was cooked soft to perfection, not chewy. But the goan prawn curry was a little flat, with 8-10 prawns in a half a litter of gravy 😂 It was ridiculous the amount of gravy they give! I had to literally "fish" for the prawns in that deep bowl!!! Certainly have eaten way better goan food in other restaurants in goa! The seafood choice was also limited, they try to cater to all tastes here, so a lot of different cuisines and also meat and chicken and pork has to vie with goan seafood for a place in the menu.
The food is super spicy, one can’t taste any seafood as the slices are so overpowering. The seafood appetizers are over spiced. The curries are giant pool of sauce where you have to fish for the prawns and fish, see for yourself in the pics. I would not call this a seafood restaurant, but a typical overly spiced restaurant. I. The end we paid over 4000, f so not worth the price.
A wonderful Goan seafood restaurant located in the Panjim area. Nice home design. Wonderful terrace. There is a room with air conditioning. Lovely Goan specialties of very fresh seafood and fish. Good wine list.
I visited this restaurant for a late lunch and dinner during my short stay in Panjim. It was at a walking distance from my hotel and we had landed around 3 PM. Despite being late, the restaurant offered us the entire menu but I had snacks while my husband had a soup also. The room ambience in the air-conditioned family room was not bad. Later in the evening we decided to have our dinner there and it was a lively place with a live band. This time we sat out in the open air. There were lots of fans and we never felt the heat of Goa. The food was very good and they have a choice of Goan, Indian and International food. I am a vegetarian and I got a big choice while my husband was very happy with the sea food.(Goan fish curry and rice) The service was excellent and it was very reasonably priced. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who is visiting Panjim or even for Panjim residents.
Went there after looking the reviews of this place and boy we were not disappointed. The place live upto its name and provide mouth watering and fresh sea food. The price are a little bit on high side but given the portion size of each dish I thinks its justified. There vegetarian food is equally delicious and so is there cocktails. The service is impeccable and the staff is courteus and always accomodating of your request. Their live entertainment is awesome and match up with the food. All in all a great place to dine. Must try Chilli prawn and ratatouille lasagna.
What is it that attracts you about Goa? Party? Beaches? Or the laid-back vibe? Ask a foodie and he will definitely say ‘food’. Goa is a playground of different cuisines but there is one thing that ties all of them together i.e. seafood. This beautiful port city enjoys a magnificent coastline, which is not only attractive to holidaymakers but to foodies as well because it pulls tremendous amount of fresh seafood daily. For a seafood lover, Goa is a paradise. Restauranteurs understand that which is why, there are several restaurants in the city that focuses entirely on seafood. One great example is ‘The Fisherman’s Wharf’, an iconic chain of restaurants known for their excellent seafood preparations and traditional Goan vibe. If in Goa, a visit to The Fisherman’s Wharf in Panaji is a must.
When you step into The Fisherman’s Wharf you will be taken aback by the restaurant’s high lively energy. With a charming local band playing on stage to people nursing couple of beers in their outdoor space, the setting presents a charming scenario. After dunking few drinks nibble on authentic Goan food. The restaurant’s menu is a delightful blend of Continental, Goan and North Indian cuisines, leaning heavily towards seafood. Variety is extensive, try freely. Start munching on, fish tikka amritsari, chorizo pao, squid tempura, crunchy pork, masala fried calamari, badami broccoli, stuffed crab, pinwheel delight, sardines crispy fried and drums of heaven. After such glorious start move next to the main course, which entails, prawn curry rice, king crab rechado masala, ratatouille lasagna, beef stroganoff, fish nam prik pao, paneer butter masala and crab xec-xec.
Pair a basket of bread to go with the main course. No trip to Goa is done without some traditional local desserts. The Fisherman’s Wharf does a scrumptious selection of sweet dishes. Sample, Fisherman’s Wharf traditional apple pie, rasmalai, crème caramel, gulab jamun, chocolate mousse, blueberry cheese cake, tiramisu and of course, bebinca. The restaurant is kids-friendly and comes with a small playground to keep the tiny tots happy. The Fisherman’s Wharf is celebrity frequented. Chances are you will see your favourite star gorging on seafood here. The restaurant is encased in a beautiful heritage Indo-Portuguese home, flowing into assorted seating areas. You can choose to sit indoors or ask for table on the veranda. Local Goan curios used to decorate the space, infuses the regional flavor. For pocket-friendly price, you can have a feast at this lovely eatery.
The Fisherman’s Wharf is a name that has become synonymous to great seafood in Goa. One of the legendary restaurant brands in Goa, The Fisherman’s Wharf captures the true spirit of Goa through its old-fashioned interiors and mouth-watering good food. Taste the traditional Goan food in a charming romantic ambience for a Special Occasion, created by soothing live music and general cheerful vibe. If its cozy and romantic you want then The Fisherman’s Wharf would be perfect for you. Just pick a table set a little farther away from the main crowd and enjoy your own little haven of seclusion. Its outlet in Panaji is easiest to access.