Restaurants in Margao




The presence of several top class Restaurants in Margao has made the city, a food lover's paradise. The multi cuisine Margao restaurants offer lip smacking authentic and fusion dishes. Starting from Goanese, Chinese, Continental, Portuguese, Mexican dishes, one can order mouth watering sea food preparations and even Bengali dishes in these restaurants of Margao.

Some of the most popular food joints in Margao are listed below:

  • Indiana Bar and Restaurant
  • Janata Hotel and Restaurant
  • Kamat Restaurant
  • Kitchen Art Restaurant
  • Longuinhos Restaurant
  • Megdoot Bar and Restaurant
  • Plaza Bar and Restaurant
  • Raissa's Chinese Pavilion
  • Ratnadeep Bar and Restaurant
  • Royal Hotel Bar and Restaurant
  • Salcette Bar and Restaurant
  • Shree Damodar Restaurant
  • Tato Restaurant
  • Venice Bar and Restaurant
  • Wood-Shade Bar and Restaurant
  • Ashayana Park
  • Banjara Restaurant
  • Bombay Cafe
  • Casa Menino Bar and Restaurant
  • Food Affair Restaurant
  • Gaylin Bar and D Restaurant
  • Gokuldas bar and Restaurant
  • Hill view Hotel and Restaurant
  • Hotel Saaji Restaurant




Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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