Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy belt out the blues under the canopy of a badam tree with suspended globes. Two terraced courtyards and beautifully lit landscaped gardens define the mood for your evening at The Stone House in Candolim. Ensconced in comfortable cane chairs, one will hear the discreet bustle and movement of patrons swapping tidbits. It is so called because it is made of local stone laterite. The music soaks into your very fibre and time flies, Proprietor Christopher D’Souza’s collection of Blues, competes with the tasty delicacies. On the aperitif’s side, there is Guacamole with Papadoms and Tzaziki with Papadoms. Or the Grilled Mushrooms wrapped in Bacon on a skewer, served with Jacket Potatoes, accompanied by a hot Poie with butter garlic and parsley. The hot numbers are the Tiger Prawns in Lemon Basil Sauce, the Whisky Steak. The Chicken and Pineapple Kababs glazed with a honey sauce are worth a mention. It is a perfect place to blow away your blues.