Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Baga. Counted amongst the most popular and lively beaches in Goa, Baga(Beach) is literally an extension of Calangute. Baga is smaller than the Calangute and Colva beaches lying on either side of it. It is favored by tourist who want to sun bathe in peace during by day and enjoy the Goan nightlife by night. However, Baga can be just as exciting for the more active tourist and offers a wide range of water sports from jet skis to parasailing. Baga is known to have the best range of restaurants and the liveliest nightlife in the area. While you are there don't miss the Saturday Flea market for all kinds of odds and ends, handicrafts, jewellery and snacks
Things to do in Baga
4 based on 741 reviews
The Sea/Beach facing Garden Restaurant and Bar is open from 11 am 7 pm . Pousada by the Beach is located at the end of Holiday street at Gaura Vaddo Calangute. To get to us, come to the end of the street, head to the beach, as you face the sea turn right,
While the location & ambience is good, the food & drink is average at best and highly overpriced. Moreover the owners do not take feedback well and therefore are unlikely to improve. On a 'Google review' they pasted a link in response which said that one can be prosecuted for giving a bad review. As a paying customer I'd like to see that happen Donât preach to us on accepting feedback, we do accept genuine feedback and know when to ignore feedback especially when it comes due to pricing. We have grown or multiplied our business only by listening to our guests who we host. Our guests exactly know what to expect and donât find it highly overpriced like how you have mentioned In your review.I wonder why you walk in a restaurant knowing what it is going to cost you at the end of the meal and not only that! you ordered 2 items among to 6 of you asked for 4 potions of bread, wiped you plate clean and when we followed up on your table you said â all was ok â . A little piece of advice when you are on holiday with your family, especially with children go to places where they can at least have a full meal instead of shouting them down when they tried to order from the menu .What could have gone wrong with the classic traditional Goan food. Especially when we serve on an average of 150 covers a day on weekendsDonât worry the law is in place and the restaurant association is getting its act together because guests like you need know how much effort goes in running a restaurant and just because we are way beyond your budget goes not make us terrible or if we respond does not mean we are arrogant.I applaud you for making time to post a one star review on all food blogging sites, you seemed to be mean the way you handled your family how I wished you proved me wrong.You are a genuinely miserable person and it seems you have lots of time to open account and post the one and only terrible review.
4 based on 207 reviews
We went to Royal Relish as friends had been the year before. We had onion bajiâs and garlic bread to start. My onion bajiâs were bland and had no flavour. My partners garlic bread initially arrived with icing sugar on it! The staff rectified this once we informed them.Main courses were a chicken tikka and a lamb rogan josh, neither werenât anything to write home about (ironic as Iâm writing about them).All in all a very average meal, we will not be returning
4 based on 300 reviews
Only the very best ingredients find their way into the preparations; which have been perfected by Master Chefs. Bar-Tenders can conjure up quite an array of concoctions when it comes to alcohol. All this, coupled with a âserving with a smileâ attitude, fo
A lovely Restaurant with nice clean Toilets and Premises. Excellent food and Service. Nice tasty food although quite spicy for some tastes so ask for mild if in doubt. Quite a busy place so may need to book in advance. Prices are very reasonable. The atmosphere was friendly and comfortable.
4 based on 225 reviews
I've eaten here a couple of times with friends and it's always been packed out, with British people mainly. The owner is very flamboyant and friendly and he does make you feel very welcome upon entering the place. It's just a basic roadside restaurant with plastic tables and chairs really but it has become a bit of an icon in Baga amongst regulars. The prawn crackers served as a starter are massive and very tasty but the portions that arrive thereafter are quite modest and the overall price of each dish is quite expensive, I feel, for what you order. However, my friends love this place so I'm happy to join them because the food is always served hot and is fairly tasty too. If you want a change from Indian or European food this place is a good restaurant to come to, mainly because the staff make it run efficiently.
4 based on 379 reviews
Our hotel had a shuttle that dropped guests off at the Arpora end of Baga Beach. As soon as you hit the beach, staff from the literally dozens of beach shacks tout for your business, all free sunbeds and promising great comfort in exchange for buying the odd drink, perhaps a meal or snack and maybe partaking in a neck massage or pedicure. A quick scan soon shows the more popular shacks and a quick look at the TripAdvisor best beach shacks on Baga leads you to the Shining Star. Needless to say it is also one of the busiest and although it became our go to shack on one occasion we had to go elsewhere because they had no sunbeds free. The sunbeds are a little crammed together but the staff will move the umbrellas to keep you in or out of the sun as you wish. The staff are very friendly and not at all pushy, the beds have clean towels and the food in the shack is very good and reasonably priced.We had what they call laffi rolls but others call Kathi Rolls and they were very generous portions (one would serve two for lunch). It was so busy you knew the food was fresh and although we didn't get back at night for the BBQ I was told that was also excellent by another guest. The beach is so long you need to find a shack that is close by to where you are coming on the beach so for this part of Baga I recommend the Shining Star.
4 based on 164 reviews
We are a small upcoming restaurant. Our chef / owner comes with a michelin background and experience of more than 10 years working in the Uk and USA. Also since our roots are Goan we will bring a small classic traditional Goan menu prepared by the chefs m
One of the best 2 restaurants in Baga North Goa.Food was amazing. Atmosphere on the place really good.Staff very helpful and king! Highly recommended.
4 based on 815 reviews
Jamies is a cab ride from baga beach around 300 rupees.The menu is quite extensive and will suit all needs and tastes with traditional sausage and mash to a typical Goan curry. Our food was served very quickly, I had chicken curry, rice with cheese & garlic nan it was a perfect sized portion and hotness. (they ask how hot you would like it) My fellow traveler had prawn curry and they were as equally satisfied with their meal. The staff were very attentive and pleasant. they do a nice selection of cocktails but we shared a bottle of house wine @1900 rupess (In Goa wine is expensive in comparison to the UK) only downside for me personally was lack of ambiance maybe some back ground music would change that. We could hear every customers conversations.
4 based on 472 reviews
We visited this restaurant 3 times during our stay in Calungute. The service was excellent and the food was great. I tried the steak which was delicious and all of the curries we tried were also great. Itâs one of the best restaurants we went to in Calungute.
4 based on 268 reviews
Relish is unique dining place off Baga Calangute road ,Fahranheit resort lane Calangute. Will serve Indian,Oriental,Tandoori,Continental and Steaks along with stunning cocktails and wonderful wines will be served by Efficient staff.
I have eaten here many times and never have I been to restaurant that everytime you go it is as amazing as the last time!! The atmosphere is relaxing yet professional. Service is excellent. The waiters are knowledgeable and encourage choosing a meal after asking you questions to find out the type of food you like to eat - how many places can you do to that do that?! Food is delivered in a timely manner and the taste is wonderful. Please do yourself a favour and go!!!
4 based on 392 reviews
Quite and cost ambience with rustic interiors. The restaurant is off busy Calangute - Baga main road hidden behind Baga deck restaurant enroute to beach. Relish is a fav of long term Brits over the years for consitant of good food quality beverages and wo
This is a nice little shack off the main road, service and staff very good, World famous prawns are nice, world famous? Not sure, Curry was tasty but a little oily, still very nice, quite pricey.
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