Great food great Goan foods nice place to eat great wine to taste too a place to visit when you are in lisboa
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I walked in here without even knowing it was Indian food. I enjoyed the Indian bread. I ordered the shrimp curry with coconut milk which I thought was different but I wasn't crazy about. I have had curry before but Thai so maybe this curry...More
A small, intimate restaurant with good Goan food that tastes home-made and friendly service. Not at all what you'd expect to find right by the castle, in an area thronged with tourists during the day (though quieter and more peaceful in the evenings). Great value...More
As the name indicates this is just near the castle and you suspect a tourist trap. This is not the case, a small cosy restaurant with friendly staff and a refreshing Goan take on what we Brits take as an Indian. This intimate restaurant has...More
In the shadow of Lisbon's premier tourist attraction - should be over priced and poor! Excellent Goan currys (as a Brit pork rarely features) - great flavours, friendly host (first appearances clearly wrong!) and a bill that was modest at worst.
Arco is an interesting restaurant, and Indian one that seems to be a bit out of place in this part of Lisbon. The menu has a selection of indian dishes with a poruguese twist on them, for example some of them being based on pork...More
We went here on recommendation from the Rough Guide and were pleased with the choice. We haven't been to Goa but the food was believably Indian-influenced-by-Portugal and very tasty with it. The Indian sausage curry was great. Informal but friendly service. Not expensive (mains 9...More
We had a wonderful meal here in July 2016. Food was very tasty and service friendly and helpful. Especially enjoyed the desert, babinka. Typical Goan desert and reminiscent of previous holiday in Goa.