Thalassa and The Fisherman’s Wharf : amazing restaurants in Goa.. Part 1


amazing view over the Arabian Sea

If there is one restaurant which gets talked about a lot in Goa among visitors, I would say it is the greek Taverna, Thalassa.
Cuisine: Greek, Mediterannean

Started by Mariketty  who hails from the beautiful island of Corfu,Greece ( Gerald Durrell anyone? ) it has a view to kill for, looking out into the Arabian Sea over the hills of vagator. And trust me, the food is as good as the view and while I have been there only during the daytime, I believe they have amazing greek dance performances in the evening.

Drinks with a View

I personally think the best time to go to this restaurant is just before sunset as you can watch the sun setting over the arabian sea.

 

view from Thalassa
Stunning view over the sea

Panoramic View over the Vagator beach..

there is a rush for tables all day..

 

thalassa
there is plenty of space, even for large groups but advance reservation is always recommended
a very nice boutique is a part of the complex.

you can get more info at their website here

 

The Fisherman’s Wharf, Panjim, Goa

If I had to list my top 3 restaurants in all of Goa, I would certainly include this one .

Cuisine: Continental, Goan, Seafood, North India

It is situated in Panjim and if there ever was a place which captured the Susegad and Ambience of Goa, it is this .

Fisherman;s wharf
View from Outside
The place is very popular with the tourists for fresh seafood
I forget the name of the singer but she has a very sensuous voice and I would go there every evening just to listen to her
fisherman's wharf
The Ambience is very Goan…
fisherman's wharf
near the entrance

They have another outlet in Cavellossim I believe but I haven’t been there, I am sure it must be good too..

You can learn more about them at their website here

Do let me know in the comments  below about the pictures above…until next time when we look at more places to eat..

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