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Best Places to Eat in Panaji

Published on: June 6, 2019 | Updated on: June 6, 2019
Top Places to Eat in Panaji, Goa

Map of Panaji depicting the top places to eat/restaurants in the city

Panaji, or Panjim, is the capital city and an essential part of Goa. Situated on the bank of Mandovi river, no other place can offer Portuguese culture as Panaji does. Colonial buildings, old quarters, old forts, all closely reflect Portuguese culture. Some places in this part of Goa are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Museum of Christian Art, Se’Cathedral, Church of Lady of Rosary, to name a few. Panaji is also home some of the best casinos in India. Consequently, it scores high on the cool quotient. However, the description of Goa remains incomplete if we don’t talk about its beaches.

Some of the most beautiful beaches in Panaji are Caranzalem beach, Kegdole beach, Coco beach, are Marivel beach. Another thing which completes Goan experience is definitely its food. The staple food of Goa is rice and fish curry. Most of their dishes consist of coconuts, fish, rice, pork etc. There are various cafes and dining places which offer different cuisines along with authentic Goan food.

Who doesn’t like good food with a good view? In this article, we will tell you about some of the best places to eat in Panaji, which offer amazing food along with great vibe and view.

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Panaji is the capital city of Goa and is one of the most revered tourist attraction of the state. If you are planning to visit Panaji in Goa, then do try these amazing places to eat/restaurants mentioned in this article.


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