If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. To keep up with your food cravings there are these street food fairs, wine tasting events and food festivals in Goa. For all the foodies who are avid learners; there are cooking workshops, baking workshops, cake making classes in Goa and a lot more. You can also explore various food truck festivals happening in the Goa.
Content your taste buds with sumptuous food. Craving for food already? Explore some amazing food events in Goa.
Goa is the perfect mixture of Indian and western culture. So over time, the Goa foods have blended to form a rather unique cuisine, which you will find nowhere in India. While mentioning about foods, you cannot forget Goa’s famous dessert Bebinca. It is a multilayered cake that is cooked separately with coconut milk, eggs, sugar, and ghee. Perfecting a Bebinca is considered an art. Fish Curry Rice is what can be called a Goan Thali. It consists of rice served with tangy and spicy fish curry. Goan Feni is a popular local alcoholic Goa drink. They are made by either fermenting coconut or by cashew apples. The cashew apple feni is very popular and is a must try if you’re in Goa. Sorpotel is a pork dish which is cooked until it forms a nice and rich stew. It is cooked with Goan spices and vinegar and is served with rice or pav. It tastes delicious and is one of the famous street foods in Goa.
We already know there are many delicious Goa foods to choose from. What you don’t know is that there are also so many restaurants you can visit delight your taste buds. There are restaurants suiting your every budget, cafes and even shacks which sell street foods in Goa. Upper House, located in Panaji, serves traditional Goan cuisine. It has a British pub, a quiet cafe and a high-end restaurant all included in one so you can choose your entertainment. Tuscany Gardens is perfect for having local seafood and South Indian cuisines. It also serves Italian cuisine, with its specialty being homemade pasta and pizzas. Copperleaf restaurant is a fine dining restaurant that serves various Indian cuisines including Goan. You can also enjoy live music along with your favorite drink. If you don’t like going to specific places to eat, then head to the many Goa food festivals, which offer every variety of food under one roof and lots of entertainment to go with it. Goa Food and Cultural Festival brings more than just Goan food to the table. You can eat, drink and enjoy music at the festivals.
Food trucks are the newest trend that helps you experience street food in Goa. Many food trucks have come up in Goa in the last few years, which sell delicious foods at a much cheaper price. Maruti’s food truck is one of the oldest and most popular food trucks in Goa. It serves healthy foods, mainly omelet, and chicken dishes in Anjuna, Goa. Jerry’s food truck in Bambolim is famous for its varieties of burgers it serves. The Goan Sausage burger is the most acclaimed dish, which you must definitely have while you’re in Goa. The Goan Food Truck is every meat lover’s paradise. It sells lip-smacking meaty goodness starting from pork chops, sorpotel, chicken Xacuti, beefsteak, etc. Antojito’s in Panjim serves really good Goan and Mexican street foods. Its burgers are served with special toppings and are the most popular Goa foods from the menu.
For all the hoggers who are in hunt for appetizing food, we have you covered with some fantastic food and drinks events that satiate your heart.
Find some of the places for Food Festivals In Goa and food-drink events below: