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A Feastful Goa!

Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 15:15 Hrs  [IST]

Goa, known for its Konkani and Portuguese influenced authentic fare, offers lots of coastal cuisine spots for the interested. Hospitality Biz turns into a foodie to try two of the most famous food joints in Goa…

Tinge - Coastal Cuisines
Tinge - Coastal Cuisines situated at Panjim, on the ground floor of Hotel Grande Delmon takes you on a flavourful journey across India's coastal belt with their authentic and delicious Konkan, Goan, Mangalorean, Malabar, Coromandel, and Coastal Andhra cuisines.

Konkan cuisine comes from the shores of Maharashtra. The coastal areas in this region abundantly make use of coconut and chilies, leaving behind a coastal touch to its cuisine.

Goan cuisine comes from the 'Pearl of the Orient' and 'Tourist Paradise' that's Goa. Its' cuisine has a blend of native and foreign cultures, making it intense in flavours and spices.

Mangalorean cuisine comes from 'A medley of culture and cuisine' that's Mangalore. Its cuisine has been influenced by many communities thus leaving a unique flavour and distinctive spicy taste to it.

Malabar cuisine comes from 'The taste of god's own country', Kerala, and consists of a plethora of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes that carries a distinctive flavour and aroma which is sure to tickle your taste buds.

Coromandel cuisine comes from
'The vibrant culinary destination'- that's Coromandel Coast which stretches beyond its idli-dosa stereotypes.

Andhra is known as 'The state of culinary secrets', and has a special subset of cuisine known as Coastal Andhra cuisine. This cuisine has its own variations, commonly making use of mustard, groundnuts, and curry leaves thus offering the cuisine a taste of its own.

The tropical climate influences the food prepared across the coastal belt of India, imparting the aroma of rich spices and taste. Besides serving one of the best coastal cuisines, Tinge also offers MRP offers on premium brands making sure you have a delightful experience.

O' Coqueiro
O' Coqueiro is a legendary restaurant based in Porvorim, Goa serving authentic Goan cuisine since last the 51 years. O' Coqueiro means Coconut trees in Portuguese, and the name itself is enough to conjure up vivid images of tantalizing Portuguese Goan cuisine. With humble beginnings dating way back to 1968, O' Coqueiro is known for being the first to serve Chicken Cafreal in Goa through the skilled hands of Gines Viegas.

An inimitable culinary artist, Gines Viegas is widely acclaimed for upping the ante and taking Goan cuisine to a whole new levelbringing in accolades for the restaurant including the Award for Excellence in Cuisine from the International Wine and Food Society UK and Top Choice for Goan Portuguese Food. It is also known for experimenting with the traditional flavours and taking Goan cuisine to a whole new level through their food festivals

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