This iconic restaurant celebrates 28 successful years and loyal patrons still relish the authentic Goan-Portuguese food that this place is synonymous with. Consistency has been one of the key reasons for this restaurant retaining its popularity. The sea food served is fresh and of the best quality. Each Goan dish is a confluence of flavours and founder and Chef Deepa Awchat has obviously got her spice mixes right. An absolute treat for meat and sea food lovers, vegetarians too can enjoy some unique Goan Saraswat dishes. Caldo verde, the subtly flavoured potato and spinach soup cooked with milk and garlic, is the perfect way to start one’s meal. Pomfret recheado with the tangy vinegar-based red masala teases one’s taste buds, while the mutton xacuti with rice and the fiery squid chilly fry are the ultimate treat as main course dishes. The bebinca and dodol notwithstanding, I still prefer my creamy caramel custard to round off my meal. The service is efficient and a meal here, almost always memorable.