Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Anjuna, Bardez, Goa. Anjuna is among the most famous beaches in India. Popularly known for its Hippie culture, most people's reasons for coming to Anjuna are the same as they were in the 1970s. On Wednesdays, the famous flea market of Anjuna, a major shopping hangout beside the beach, opens for business. Bathing is generally safer at Anjuna than at most of the other beaches. Taking long walks and watching sunsets are among the favorite pastimes of visitors at Anjuna. Anjuna has emerged as a destination for rave parties and that take place over here from time to time, especially around the Christmas-New Year full moon period.
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4 based on 51 reviews
Inspired by Portugese elements and industrial design the Royal Enfield Garage overlooks the Baga Creek. It features a fully stocked bar, a restaurant, a store that sells motorcycles and riding gear and apparel and a service centre, The food is easy going
This is a really nice place to look around, there is the museum, shop and cafe, love the decor in the toilets! Food was pretty good and would have got five stars if they had any of the beer that was advertised, they had "run out" of everything!
4 based on 265 reviews
Take a swim, sip on a cocktail and try our new BBQ dishes from our poolside kitchen! In our restaurant we try to give our guests an experience of a gourmet lifestyle, unique ambience and create a fascinating dining experience. Located in the busy and popu
We found this place from the fantastic reviews on Trip Advisor, and it lived up to our expectations. Setting was beautiful, surrounded by a gorgeous garden and lit pool. Food was delicious and a welcome change to curry!! We had garlic bread with cheese to start followed by Arabiata pasta, Mare pizza and a green side salad. The staff were friendly and helpful.
4 based on 57 reviews
Blue Tao has exceptional taste in Pizzas and exclusive Vegetarian Wholesome Dishes, which you would not find easily in India. Their menus contain a lot of tofu and seitan and comes with lot of veegies and Brown rice. But if you want to take it easy and stick to the Old time Classics, The Ham & Pineapple pizzas and the Indian Cuisine, is a great Choice too. The place definitely has its own charm to meeting different genres of musicians and People from different geographical societies...If you know what I mean. This is an ideal place to go atleast once or twice in a week to trap in all that Night Fun & Dine.
4 based on 190 reviews
Very dull and dark ambience, no special food, very slow service and staff was very casual and not concerned. We did not understand why this place is so highly rated. The ambience itself killed it for us. Not a place I would recommend for sure. WiFi was extremely bad too.
4 based on 158 reviews
Went to this, what you would loosely call a restaurant. Waited 45 mins for our meal. We donât mind waiting if the food is good, but it was appalling.The curry I am convinced was out of a packet, barman clearing tables with cigarette in his mouth. Service very poor. Complained about the quality of the food and was met with silence. Give this place a wide berth does not live up to the reviews on this site, makes you wonder whoâs writing them.
4 based on 153 reviews
Everything we had was good, especially the beef carpaccio, salmon tartlets and home-made mascarapone gelato.The owner Mario will make recommendations, just say yes to whatever he suggests, even the scarpetta (literally means little shoe for some reason but is actually freshly baked bread) at the end to mop up the olive oil and sauces on your plate. The chef is his wife Simona whom you will probably want to thank a million times during your meal. A very, very satisfying meal!
4 based on 73 reviews
This place is a real gem. Lovely courtyard setting, well spaced tables, courteous and attentive service. We shared some bruschetta and I followed with a splendid tagliatelle with sardines. The range of pastas was especially notable. Decent Indian wines available.
4 based on 2699 reviews
The location had changed since our last visit but the music, ambience and crowd is even more markedly altered. They play energetic north Indian music (punjabi and hindi) which is suitable for sangeet. Go there if you are getting withdrawal symptoms from that variety of music. The food is passable and the views are good. I would recommend going elsewhere
4 based on 226 reviews
Italian Restaurant in a Indo-Portuguese house and garden of the Art Deco period. The Mediterranean taste meets the Asian nature and flavors. Oltremarino means: beyond the sea, a connection between East and West.
Real italian food! Iâm italian, I knownit! Itâs the first real italian restaurant we found in India, the food was delicious and the staff so nice. We had amazing bruschette and tagliatelle al ragÃ¹ and pizza, everything was good, tagliatelle is homemade and really like the ones you can eat at home in Italy. Prices very very good. Definitely worth a visit or more, the location also is stunning, an ancient villa with magical inside and lovely garden. The two italian owners are special people, go visit, eat some good food and meet them, they choose the ingredients very accurately and you can taste is an high level of quality.
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