All that was missing was a sea view, otherwise we could have been eating in Goa. (OK there was no bottle of Kingfisher either) Completely authentic food, perfectly spiced Mangalorean prawns, soft, fluffy appams and crispy fried bhindi were my favourites. The light, stone washed walls with cool ocean accent colours and the antique saxophone on the wall all added to the charming and relaxed atmosphere of Goa Coastal Curries.
It’s in Karama though, not Goa and is based on the ground floor of a twin restaurant concept, on the first floor was Pind da Dhaba which loosely translated means Village Café and this restaurant served typical North Indian cuisine, we opted for the quieter and cooler Goan restaurant on the ground floor and were delighted we did. We’ll be going back to this family friendly, reasonably priced groovy eaterie sometime soon. Click here for what you NEED TO KNOW about getting to
GOA COASTAL CURRIES and do leave me a comment if this post has inspired you to try the restaurant and as usual like and share on Facebook, next week DIWALI IN DUBAI, thanks Monica.