On the busy Calangute road stands a quaint architectural marvel that one could probably mistake for someone’s residential Portuguese styled home. Enter the long hall within and one can witness the restored simplicity of yesteryears yore. Start off with the creamy cheesy jalapeno balls and vermicelli crusted prawns. The fish hot garlic is a crowd favourite, however, make sure you save enough space for the momos. The chef recommends the 'Tio Kaku's Platter' in either a vegetarian, chicken or prawn option. The cheese momos are a delight though be careful as it could sear one's tongue with the heat. With a choice of burgers and sandwiches to choose from or the crisp Chinese menu, one is spoilt for options. The 'Mustard Mayo Grilled Fillet-O-Fish Burger' is a must have with a top off of their grilled kingfish in a lemon sauce for the mains. Top off the meal with a 'Toffee Serradura' for the complete meal.