Masala House Goa: Reinventing modern Indian fare

When Masala House launched in Goa, great things were expected. After all, its counterpart in Delhi is an award-winning establishment that has made its patrons rethink Indian fine dining. If my recent experience there was anything to go by, it has lived up to the hype and admirably so.  Masala House Goa brings to you…

5 new spots in Goa your palate will thank you for!

Masala House, Porvorim Masala House is making waves across Goa’s culinary scene and rightly so- they serve tantalising North Indian fare with a modern touch! The Dora Kebab, an exquisite composition of spiced minced lamb is wrapped around a wooden skewer and chargrilled. The Moge Wala Tamateri Kukad is a version of the classic butter…

The Hunt For Great Mutton Ends Here!

Finding a good dish of mutton in Goa is like hitting the jackpot! These are my top five picks for the best mutton preparations in town- I know I’ve walked through their doors more times than I can count! 1)Masala House, Porvorim Savour utterly divine Dora Kebabs at Masala House – a melt-in-your-mouth composition of…

Titlie: A Sundowner Spot Like No Other!

Goa’s beaches have found themselves a devoted fan following the world over. In light of this, the trendy new culinary bar Titlie has scored itself a supremely sweet spot along the Vagator beach.  Owners Tarun Sibal, Bipin Sibal, Karrtik Dhingra, and Shyaam Khurana had a vision that they have executed with elan; a beachfront restaurant…

Raising The Steaks: 5 Of The Best Spots For A Hearty, Meaty Meal

Winner winner, steak dinner! A well-cooked steak can mean the difference between a good and bad day. These five eateries have their patrons drooling with meaty, juicy preparations that are matched by few!  Prime Rose, Sangolda Whimsical drinks, a rough, rustic ambiance, and utterly scrumptious preparations, Prime Rose has all the makings of an Irish…

Chef Cantando – Sun, Sand & Scrumptious Food

Chef Cantando is the chilled-out beach facing restaurant that’s got itself a sweet spot on Anjuna beach witnessing epic sundowners and lovingly made fusion food. The decor is subtly Mediterranean, with pristine white walls, recycled bottled lights, an open plan kitchen, and a tastefully designed bijou bar. But the main highlight is an intricately painted…

Pizzas and a whole lot more at Davide’s Pizzeria !

Tucked away in the bylanes of Sinquerim, Davide’s Pizzeria is run and managed by Davide Cananzi and his partner Alciela, an adorable caricature of whom will greet you right from the road. The ambience is equal parts welcoming and elegant, with dainty lightbulbs adorning the trees and bathing their surroundings in a soft, warm glow….

5 Quaint Spots To Stay For Your Next Weekend Getaway

Palm-lined beaches with golden-yellow sand, the mighty roar of the waves crashing against the shore, cool sea breeze and faint music playing from one of the shacks nearby … If this sounds like the perfect setting for a break then, look no further than Goa! Fed up of the crowds and looking for a secluded…

Relax & Unwind – 5 Spas You Need To Visit in Goa

If you are looking for a break to relax, get pampered or just look your gorgeous best, then we have found the best spas for you in Goa. Just make an appointment and head there for total bliss! Spa by Clarins  Head to the W Hotel, to experience an amazing new spa with Clarins, a…

Top 5 Places for Dress Shopping in Goa

Goa is all about boho vibes, hippie culture, beaches and flea markets. For a foodie, food can never be an issue here as every nook and corner serves scrumptious delicacies. But there is one attraction which still holds its popularity among all these unbeaten interests. Yes, I am talking about the fabulous shopping places of…

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…