YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE BEST NORTH GOA RESTAURANTS

HERE IS A LIST OF OUR PERSONAL FAVORITES

It’s no secret that the food and wine scene in Goa is spectacular. Whether you are craving a sweet almond croissant or a spicy coastal meal, we have it all close by. With so many dining options, it can be hard to choose where to eat. Luckily, we’ve pinpointed some of the best Goa restaurants close to our Goa Boutique Hotel!

NORTH GOA RESTAURANTS CLOSE TO SIOLIM HOUSE GOA HOTEL

 
 

GUNPOWDER, ASSAGAO

Gunpowder, named for the spice mix that is the best way to describe what goes in some South Indian food, is much more than that. It offers food from the Karnataka Coast, Kerala and Tamil Nadu besides Andhra/ Telangana. Seafood, meats and vegetarian options. A favorite of ours 
price: ₹₹₹
Gunpowder Menu.

BLACKMARKET, PANJIM

If you go to Panjim be sure to try this European style Bistro, and its sister property Black Sheep Bistro. Fine cuisine, in a very stylish environment.
Price: ₹₹₹₹
Black Sheep Bistro menus.

JARDIN D’ULYSEES

A lovely place to go for dinner, by the shoreline, and in an open air setting. The team is like a family and they generally have fish they have caught the same day, Groupers or Rock Cod, two of the most noble rockfishes hiding in the Chapora bay. French accented, but also great Indian food (Butter Chicken) and the best Momos in Goa!
Price: ₹₹₹
Jardin d’Ulysees menus.

Mahe

In the short time it has been around Mahe has sht right up to the list of our favorites. A great setting, in an old tastefully done historic home, it is a very stylish take on coastal food. A great place for a date!
Price: ₹₹₹₹
Mahe Goa Website

sakana

With its humble origins, unpretentious Sakana is where you will find some of Goa’s best country style simple but wholesome Japanese food. Its situated in the Vagator-Anjuna area so very close to our Goa Hotel. Both indoor and outdoor seating, and Goa seems to be one place where their ice cold Asahi beer seems to taste just perfect!
Price: ₹₹₹
Sakana Goa

THALASSA, SIOLIM

Located just down the road from Siolim House, Thalassa is a North Goa institution serving Greek food. Founded by Mariketty, she brings the recipes and ambience of her Native Corfu and has made it one of the most fun and animated restaurants. And yes its on a waterfront location, with great sunset views.
Price: ₹₹₹
Thalassa menus.

OTHER GREAT RESTAURANTS, CAFES AND HOLES IN THE WALL WE LOVE

 
 

Anand’s Seafood restaurant, Assagao
A simple Goan family restaurant serving Goan hindu style food, you will get the best fish dishes here. Try the Chonak rava Fry for a real treat and sample the Bombay Duck for a taste you’ll remember Price: ₹₹ See menu.

Sublime, Assagao
Chef Salim wowed us all when he fist started Sublime, many years ago, bringing the best of his experience in Ibiza where he cheffed with some of the most famous restaurants. He retains that same great quality! Price: ₹₹₹ See menu.

Navtara, Siolim
Vegetarian Udupi Style Food, simple and unpretentious and the essence of south Indian quick vegetarian food. You can dine at any time there. Price: ₹ See menu.

Bhatti Village Family Restaurant, Nerul
Our Manager’s favorites. Its ahike, but for Goan Auntie food, nothing to beat it. Try the seafoood, Xacuti or the Chicken Cafreal with Local Pao, or some of the Pork Sorpotel, and you may find that the trek was worth it Price: ₹₹ See menu.

BEACH SIDE RESTAURANTS, BARS & CAFES

 

LA PLAGE, ASHWEM

La Plage is a French provençale style restaurant on a lovely beach in Ashwem. Very popular, its because the food and drinks are excellent, and after lnuch you can spend the remainder of the day on the beach. Still family run, we have been patronizing then ever since they started as a small 5 table restaurant in Calangute! 

DELICIEUX, MORJIM

A French style Patisserie Cafe with the best coffee in Goa, its on the way to the Ashwem beach. Stop off on your way there to get some goodies for the beach or on your way back to indulge.

SILVER SANDS, ASHWEM

The Food is OK, with the standard North Indian style fare, but the site is our favorite. Never too crowded and a great space to spend the day drinking frozen lemon-anas and coconut water, with lunch thrown in. Its where we go to enjoy a beach day. 

ARTJUNA, ANJUNA

If ever you are going to the Anjuna, Artjuna is worth a stop for their cafe food, and shop.They also have another lovely place called Mojigao in Assagao. They have excllent croissants, which are the best in Goa by far!

OLIVE BAR & KITCHEN, VAGATOR

The Goa branch of the Olive restaurant chain, which gained fame first from its Mumbai location. They enjoy a great cliff side location in Vagator, and the menu is decidedly stylish – a mix of Mediteranean tastes in what they call Gourmet cafe food. Menu


TIPS FOR YOUR RESTAURANTS

  • If you are booking on your own be careful if you are asked for your card or to pay in advance. There are some telephone numbers on the web that are fraudulent

  • Ask us to recommend other restaurants or to make a booking for you. Else say you are a guest at Siolim House Goa Boutique Hotel. The restaurants rarely refuse Siolim House guests

  • You can always get a taxi back from the restaurants. However you can also ask the taxi you take there to wait for a reasonable charge.


WHERE TO STAY

After a long day of exploring Goa’s Beaches or relaxing at Siolim House by the Hotel’s pool in Goa, continue your evening in one of North Goa’s famed restaurants. When back cool down and take a swim in our luxurious pool, unwind with a glass of wine, and relax as you watch the sun set over Goa. In the morning, you can look forward to continuing your fine-dining excursions with an exceptional and complimentary gourmet breakfast at Olea Hotel.

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