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wanderersatheart - Burrp User


January 17,2016

Coastal Colours and Curries!

Set in a medieval Portuguese villa sorts, the ambience reeks of Colonial era. The restaurant has relaxed Goan vibe, complete with a huge church bell at the entry and a coastal European appearance.
All you miss is surf and sand, hoping to find the ocean as you gaze out of the window.
Goa Portuguesa offers a versatile mix of Goan, Konkan and Portuguese platters in veg and non-veg. Portuguese origin Goan delicacies including Caldo Verda (national soup of Portugal), Vindalho, Cafreal, Xacutti, meat croquettes are a must try. Cocktails and beer are served with special discounts over lunch. Also, the restaurant levies only 10 percent service tax.

Read the full experience about Goa Portuguesa on our blog : http://www.wanderersatheart.com/goa-portuguesa-restobar-mahim/
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rohanpathak21 - Burrp User


June 09,2015

Mind Blowing Experience

It's a mind blowing experience. Please do try the Bombay duck, it is the best Bombay duck in all of Bombay. We also had Prawn curry which was exquisitely cooked. The best part about the restaurant is that the owner is very friendly.

He actively talks to all the customers and there is also a guitar player who plays lovely songs at every table.
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Nicholas Dias - Burrp User

Nicholas Dias

February 01,2015

good place

team Goa Portuguesa is really amazing with the service and ambience. the servers unlike other restaurants really know what is on the menu. Just for fun we pretended that we had no idea about the goan cuisine and asked for adviced. we were shocked to see that our server actually recommended goan delicacies like prawn curry and chicken curry. this place has some really good food and I must say it is really impressive

It is a little expensive but the seafood dishes should be on your list first
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Lillian Mendes

January 31,2015

Goan Delight!

Since i am a goan how can i not love this food! I love fish and this place offers the best goan fish curry ever! Seafood heaven for everyone.. i love the tiger prawns the way they are prepared here and i love malwani food as well.. The menu offers a variety of options .. A bit expensive but for a seafood lover this place is a must! In the end don't forget to try the bebinca! A goan dessert which is really yum!
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Susan Dsouza - Burrp User

Susan Dsouza

June 23,2014

Mouth Watering Food

This is the first time my husband and I had been to this place. My hubby is a lover of goan food so after lot of research I short-listed this place to surprise. I banked on this place purely on the reviews and friends recommendations. The place was as authentic as its food. We order for Papad Stuffed prawns and paneer dry made in goan masala, they were totally divine. For main course, we tried the authentic goan prawn curry with apuma. We had this gentlemen who played the guitar and dedicated a song from me to my hubby. Mr. Suhas Awchat was seen personally talking to his customer and later to us which was very appreciated. There is a saying "Service with a Smile" and this is something that I witnessed with the man who was attending to us. The staff was very courteous. All in all my purpose of going to Goa Portugueasa was achieved. My hubby truly enjoyed his surprise and so did I. Thank you to the Goa Portuguease Team to make our saturday evening so memorable.
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Dhruti Shah - Burrp User

Dhruti Shah

September 17,2006

Goa Portuguesa & Culture curry

Cuisine- Goan and South Indian Location : Mahim, lane opp. Hinduja hospital Started by Suhas Awchat and his wife this Goan and South Indian eatery is a very relaxed, warm restaurant offering you an interesting and reasonable choice of Goan and South Indian food

Ambience - The restaurant has a very warm and welcoming atmosphere. Part of the restaurant has a Goan look and the other part is made of chattais and an small open kitchen where they make appams and neer dosa. In evenings you have a singer and guitarist who come and sing for you on your table.Food - The Culture Curry menu is designed with South Indian actors and actress and the Goa Portuguesa menu is also designed very interestingly. The soul curry (Rs 30) and another drink made of curd and ginger is good. The baigan vada, (I forget the South Indian name) (Rs 70) is also a good starter and so was the fish. The mushroom vegetable (Rs 120) bucks and the appams and neer dosa were good too. Their portions are reasonably large.They have a special lunch thali for Rs 120 and 80 veg & non veg respectively is also good value for money.

Service - The service is friendly, warm and quick

My recommendation – Good place to take a large group for lunch as its not heavy on your wallet; also a nice place to chill and catch up with friends or family in evenings
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