AN AUSTRALIAN STAR ON THE GOAN COAST!

Antares has been carrying the baton of making dining in Goa a truly unique experience ever since its inception four years ago, with their highly skilled chefs, Sarah Todd, of Master Chef Australia and now joining the team as their executive chef is Kaustubh Haldipur. Chef Kaustubh who hails from Goan heritage but travelled the…

Bonding Over Food – The Thaal Way.

Bohra cuisine is widely spread across the globe, from the Middle East and Northern Africa to the Indian subcontinent and all the way to the western world.  Often Mughlai dishes such as Kebabs and Tikkas are commonly made by Bohra families. Having its roots deeply embedded in Yemen, it is no wonder that Bohra food…

Land, Sea and Everything In-between!

Tierra Y Mar which literally translates to “Land and Sea”, is nothing short of Goa’s own personal ode to traditional Spanish and South American cuisine, based in the bustling village of Sangolda. To the casual commuter, the restaurant’s location is a mystery, as it is cosily tucked away behind The Paperboat Collective or House No:…

The High Steaks Game – Well Done or Nothing!

  On the road to discovering the finest food in the South, one will undoubtedly come across the quaint, rustic nook that has found it’s way into the heart of every Goan; Martins Multicuisine. One may aptly describe it as a curious, yet classy confluence of carefully selected international dishes aimed at creating a unique…

Elementary my dear Watson’s

Like the days of not such a distant past, of the American sitcom era of Cheers, “a place where everybody knew your name”, that dive bar that one loved, is all reflected this quintessential neighborhood pub called Watson’s. Nestled into the old building of Church Square, Panjim this not so hidden gem has a lot…