Top 5 New Hot Spots of 2019

This 2019 some cool eateries have made their way to us and we couldn’t be happier! Whether you want to have a lazy brunch by the seaside or be a part of a high spirited party where the next morning is a haze or maybe your just want to keep it low-key at a local bar, these hot spots are just what you need. Let’s conquer them all, one bite at a time.

Old Bombay


Old Bombay is a trip down a memory lane of flavours that tantalize your tastebuds with a modern touch. This fashionable three-story establishment located on the Baga, Arpora road, makes a great dining spot for folks living on the tourist belt as well as Goans looking for a refreshing new restaurant to visit in their neighbourhood. Each level of Old Bombay is done up to suit different moods – each with a menu of its own.  From reinvented comfort foods like Banana-leaf wrapped Fish and deconstructed Aloo Matar, Old Bombay – true to its name – a place to experience the new while reminiscing with the old and familiar.

Get in touch:

Address: 5162, Baga Creek Road, Near Marinha Dourada Resort, Arpora, Goa 403516
Hours: Closes 11 PM
Phone: 072195 97414



Bombay Adda


The well-known place to-be-seen has extended its Mumbai and Bengaluru franchise to Goa. Taking over prime beachfront real estate, this impressive three-story structure is a svelte deconstruction of dining and dancing spaces. Their 180-degree views of the ocean are only rivalled by their chic, exuberant interiors, vast food options and a regular roster of live talent. It’s great for big groups, reunions and nights to be remembered.

Get in touch: 

Address: Plot No 203, 18, Ozran Beach Rd, Vagator, Goa 403509
Hours: Closes 1:30AM

Phone: 099671 60000




Hello China


Goa, being the land of sorpotel and vindaloo is also home to numerous food cultures that we’re all fans of when comfort cravings attack. But it is interesting to note that India’s beach capital still doesn’t have an authentic Chinese fine-dine that would appeal to those Asian food lovers. All that changed with the arrival of Hello China, a Cantonese restaurant featuring a team of some of the finest Chinese chefs from the regions of China, mastered by the gurus of Chinese cooking.

From the massive parking space to the easy access and the sheer size of the restaurant, it ticks all the boxes for a very special Chinese dining experience. While visiting you must try their Asian Pepper Steak, Prawn Wasabi and Chicken Hot Pot. Their signature cocktails are fun and whacky, curated by highly trained mixologists. All we can say is that Chinese food has well and truly crossed the great wall and landed in Goa.

Get in touch:

Address: H.No. 7/162 A, Ward No. 7, Saunta Vaddo Calangute, Baga, Goa 403516
Open ⋅ Closes 11:45PM

Phone: 070386 87292




Casa Playa


Perched atop the picturesque Ozran beach, Casa Playa offers an uncluttered view of the breathtaking sunset over the Arabian Sea. Casa Playa’s vibrant ambience and warm aura make it one of the must-visit places in Goa. With so much to savour for starters & main course along with the refreshing & raw cocktails, you will still have the appetite for our satisfying desserts. Casa Playa is an experience that offers a package of great hospitality, ambience & food the will leave you craving for more.

Get in touch:

Address: Small Vagator, Ozran, Near Antares, Vagator, Goa 403509
Hours: Closes 2AM

Phone: 096076 73663


Life Beach Lounge by The Living Room Beach Resort


The Life Beach Lounge at The Living Room Beach Resort is artfully situated along a sweeping radius of the Arabian Sea in Morjim, Goa. Its vast multi-tier wooden-deck overlooks 180 degrees of the resplendent shoreline.

 The view is rivaled by an extensive and exceptional menu. Head Chef, Ula Shok, is a talented and seasoned culinary artist. His signature dishes include an impressive list of Pan Asian and Japanese dishes including conventional favorites like sushi and Thai curries.

Get in touch:

Address: House 763/A, Gawde Wada Rd, Morjim, Goa 403512
Hours: Closes 1AM

Phone: 070284 00003



Happy Reading!

Gigi Martin


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