Sit back on an altair, an old Goan seat while you watch the Mandovi river and the city of Panjim upfront. A quaint cosy old family warehouse converted with a concept of taking one back in time. A single storied establishment with a water body in the center of the restaurant greets one as they enter. The upper floor overlooks the central courtyard, just like in old family homes of joint families, and there is a small garden sit out in a niche against the hill. In the heart of it all is its ‘home style food’ with family recipes infused in every dish. The must-have dishes are masala stuffed mackerel in banana leaf and dangar, which are delightful, along with uddamethi. The Shankar brand hing used in most local households is prominent in most of their preparations. An inspired preparation is the cafreal spring rolls and the papadachi kishmur that are served as an amuse bouche and are delectable treats. The vegetarians have a multitude of choices too, the celebratory dish being the wadyanchi uddamethi. Top it all off with the alla Belle or caramel custard for sweetness and relax and unwind post it.