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Aptly described as a place to quench one’s thirst any time of the day, lays this delicatessen in Bambolim on the highway. The place has a contemporary and fusion-styled ambience that appeals one and all but is limited to accommodate only 15 guests at a time. An apt place for a chat and for meeting old friends and travellers, the menu is deli inspired serving ice creams, savouries, pastries, homemade chocolates and gourmet delicacies. The waffles are served with a variety of sauces and dips and are a delight. Sandwiches range from roast beef and the burger with beef grace the counter top to choose from. The mushroom vegetarian roll and paneer roll satiate the vegetarian palate.
Excellent quality of food is served with courteous smile. Food was very tasty and service was very quick.
This was my first visit and I hated it The Nutella waffle I heard so much about disappointed me The guy at the counters took our order so casually and tried selling extra veggies and extra Nutella like it’s some business scheme. Even with the extra Nutella that waffle was suffering from pathetic fake chocospreadisis 😌 that thing didn’t even taste like genuine Nutella . I’m so angry at this.
We started our lunch with a couple of refreshing Iced Teas- Lemon & Apricot Peach. Both these drinks were well prepared and very refreshing in the summer heat. For starters, we requested for the Herbed Grilled Chicken, which was served on skewers. The chicken was perfectly cooked and the herb encrusted pieces of chicken were delicious! The accompanying sauce too was good. For our entrees,we ordered for the Chicken Scallopini andthe Whisky Glazed Pork Chops, These items were not on the standard menu but were put up on the "specials" board. Both entrees were superb and did not disappoint at all. The pork chops were wellcooked and perfectly glazed with the whisky, orange sauce. The dish was served on a bed of herbed mashed potatoes and accompanied by a small bowl of the whisky glaze sauce as sauteed veggies. The Chicken Scallopini was a breast of chicken, enveloped in crumbs and fried. The breast of the chicken was stuffed with cheese and ham. The dish was served on a bed of olio alio fettucini and was simply divine. Needless to say, we had no room for dessert, but we left very satisfied. Good value for money but the desserts on offer appeared to be a tad overpriced.
Located on the highway in Bambolim and very close to Panjim. One of the few restaurants open 24 hours. Nice interiors. Friendly staff. We had the pizza and roast chicken. Both were excellent. The portions are very generous
Decided to visit this place after my son mentioned it as a hangout of his friends. There are two levels , as the lower level was full , went up . Gave the order and waited for the same . Noticed that the area was getting suffocated and hot . Checked whether the A/c was working . There was no cooling at all . Reminded the waiter at least 3 times to check and he claimed it was working . Reported to the manager who also agreed to check it . It was obvious by their evasive answers that the two A/c's do not function at all !! There was absolutely no effort to resolve the matter or even convey that they are facing a problem presently. The menu had the usual cafe items and were expensively priced . For this kind of shoddy service , the best option was to walk out as one never knows the quality of the food being serviced . It appears to be just a money making venture.
Partying in Goa is a 24X7 affair that stretches up to all times of the night. After a long night of partying out one often ends up craving for a bite and haunts the lanes of Goa looking for a place to quench the hunger pangs. But preferably somewhere that remains open late into the night. To answer this much popular question for anyone in Goa we have bought for you a place that will comfort you gastronomically anytime of the night. ‘Thirsty Bear’ is situated on Bambolim Highway, Near GMC in Bambolim, Goa and is a small cozy eatery one can go to for a quick bite. As Thirsty Bear is located on the main highway, look for a parking space near En Route Café. It’s run after the same management as the Thirsty Bear.
The best thing about Thirsty Bear is that it remains open 24X7. Walk in anytime to eat a leisurely meal to soak up all that booze or to sustain you for the night, whatever the reason is Thirsty Bear will accommodate you. No alcohol is served at this café. Cool down your throat with a thick milkshake or a refreshing cooler they prepare in multiple flavors. Let’s start with breakfast. Tuck into fried eggs, French toast, baked beans, mushroom omelet and akuri. In appetizers you can enjoy, meat samosa, cheese potato balls, fish & chips, kheema stuffed chicken leg, bruschetta, akuri paav and chili garlic calamari. Next course features, Thirsty Bear beef steak, ravioli in carbonara sauce, veg club sandwich, Goan sausage pizza, pork BBQ burger, Thirsty Bear stuffed chicken, veg biryani, al funghi pizza, tuna sandwich, fettuccini seafood in red sauce.
Thirsty Bear’s answer to your sugar cravings is just one – waffles. Waffles in various flavours and with various toppings. Gobble down, chocolate waffle, apple waffle, waffle with maple syrup, banana waffle, mixed fruit waffle, Nutella waffle, waffle with ice cream and Thirsty Bear special waffle. Ask your server for add ons like honey, fresh cream and ice cream scoop to make your waffles even richer. Thirsty Bear is very affordable. Indulge freely and lavishly. At one time Thirsty Bear can accommodate about fifteen covers. It’s not much but they manage. The interiors of the café is casually but attractively designed. Simple formal tables spreads about a small room, painted with deep red color on one wall.