Restaurants in Calangute



There are some excellent restaurants in Calangute. Most of the good restaurants are located around the entrance to the beach along the Baga Road. The specialty of most of the restaurants in Calangute is sea food though many restaurants also serve great vegetarian dishes. Western breakfasts also feature in the menu lists of the restaurants at Calangute.

The staple dishes in the Calangute restaurants are fish, curry, rice and feni. Calangute cuisine has many flavours and tastes with its vast treasure trove of culinary delicacies. Some of the popular sea food dishes that are available at the restaurants of Calangute are fried fish and various exotic concoctions like ambot-tik. Chicken, prawns, beef, sausages and numerous vegetarian dishes also feature in the menu list of the restaurants in Calangute.

There are also a handful of bar cum restaurants here. We list some of them:
  • Tito's
  • Pete's Bar
  • Bob's Inn




Last Updated on 07 August 2012


     


     

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