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This is where Goan Tourism was Born! The year was 1971. It was the time of the hippies and the flower power generation. The hippies and other young people from Western Europe and the Americas were searching for Nirvana or Spiritual Salvation and Goa seemed to put them on the right track. The Goans also accepted these peaceful and gentle people whole heartedely. Life in Goa was simple then. No motorbikes, cars and restaurants. It was here and in this environment that Tito Henry De Souza who had traveled extensively decided to settle down and also provide a place for all the expats to meet up and dine on some great International and local Cuisine. Celebs like the Beatles, Dire Straits, The Who, Richard Gere, Kate Moss, Matt Damon, Aishwarya Rai, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt and a host of sportspeople, Kings and Royalty have all grace this venue.
Delicious and lip-smacking food. One of the most sort after places for lunch and dinner. The food is very delicious as well as the size of the portion. Must Visit.
Found the service to be little slow but that maybe due to the off-season.
Something of an institution is Baga and North Goa but found this place very hyped up with pretty bad service. Set in the most happening stretch of Goa this place is pretty big and decorated nicely. Food was good..reasonably priced compared to other Goan places...More
Great place for couples and friends. We went during Christmas time last year. Lots of varieties of sea food available here. Name it crabs, king prawns, jumbo prawns, lobster, every sea food. Even white pomphret fish is available. Food cooked is very very tasty. Enjoyed...More
It is always very hard to find vegetarian food in the beach side restaurants. ..
We roamed around Calangute, Baga , anjuna beaches trying to find it but could not...
Then we had to move to other residents a bit away from beaches.
I ordered the Fish Tikka which first came undercooked and then they over cooked it and made it dry. 7 small pieces cost 650 rupees which is a rip off. The only saving grace is the nice clean venue and music being played. You are...More