Florentine in Saligao is all about classic Goan flavours paired with cold beers & delectable desserts
People often mistake Goan food to be nothing more than fish, deep fried or grilled, much like they mistake the natural splendour here to only be restricted to beaches. However, Goa has so much more to offer than beach shacks when it comes to food and the best of Goan delicacies can be found at simple local restaurants that have mastered the flavours and the art of making local food.
For a foodie, going to Goa and not exploring the local cuisine here would be nothing less than a sin and when in the state we would suggest you not commit it.
Before visiting Goa, we're sure you've searched for places to visit in and around the town and given the plethora of options here, you'll never really be at a lack. Sidelining the done to death places and overrated chill hubs, Goa also has a teeming treasure trove of hidden gems which are anything but mainstream.
When in the state of sunshine and sprawling sand beaches, you're bound to come across shacks and places teeming with tourists. Sure, we like being around people but while on a holiday, sometimes we just wanna rest our shoulders amidst a serene set-up with a lot less number of folks in sight! Relatable, right?!
So to tend to such a tribe who're on the search of an escape from the touristy hustle, Eva Cafe has set up its base in Anjuna.
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The sunshine state of India, Goa truly has a lot in store for foodies looking for their next food haven. The dining scenes here are diverse, with some explorers looking to delve deep in the tasting of culinary history of Goa while others are simply in search of an offbeat experience. But if you're somewhere in the middle, trying to blend in unique adventures and food simultaneously, then Goa has something for you.
When in South Goa and on an expedition of quarrying hidden food gems in the area, you've gotta take a look at The Cape Goa. Located at the village of Cabo De Rama above a small private beach, The Cape Goa is seated above a secluded cove and it's only about 20 minutes away from the bustling locale of Agonda.
Whether you're a fan of relaxing brunches, fancy squeezing a quick snack in between your work or just love a late afternoon coffee, Goan cafes have all your moods covered! Given all the options at hand, finding a cup of coffee ain't really a task in Goa but finding the perfect cuppa which ain't anything less than perfect, surely is.
The heady aroma of fresh coffee powder and the trail of fog which rises up when you add warm milk and just the perfect amount of sugar to it, is a feeling only true-blue coffee lovers will relate to. Coffee ain't just a beverage for many like us; it's a feeling of no-worries on our palate and getting it right is quite a task!