Set in a medieval Portuguese villa sorts, the ambience reeks of Colonial era. The restaurant has relaxed Goan vibe, complete with a huge church bell at the entry and a coastal European appearance.
All you miss is surf and sand, hoping to find the ocean as you gaze out of the window.
Goa Portuguesa offers a versatile mix of Goan, Konkan and Portuguese platters in veg and non-veg. Portuguese origin Goan delicacies including Caldo Verda (national soup of Portugal), Vindalho, Cafreal, Xacutti, meat croquettes are a must try. Cocktails and beer are served with special discounts over lunch. Also, the restaurant levies only 10 percent service tax.
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