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iXiGOers Dec 09 2012

Which are the top vegetarian restaurants of Goa?

Vaishali Singh DEC 10 2012
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Surrounded by the sea, housing an impressive array of places to visit in Goa, and hearing people talk about seafood might make you think that being a vegetarian would be a drawback in Goa. But take heart, for there are plenty of options for the veggie lover in you. Feast on some delectable cuisines from India and the world, while you continue to stay green. The best places to eat in Goa include:

North Goa

  • Navtara
    This vegetarian restaurant is a hit with almost every visitor in Goa. Be it their Pav Bhaji, Dosa and Paneer preparations or rich fulfilling juices and milkshakes, Navtara makes for an excellent eating place. They serve both North and South Indian cuisines to cater to all tastebuds. A meal for two would cost you around INR 200, so make sure to order up a feast!

    Address: Opposite Bodgeshwar Mandir

  • Kamat Hotel
    This Goan version of the Pune-based Kamat Hotel chain is one of the oldest restaurants in the city. Well known for its dosas and vegetarian thalis, its central location and cosy ambience add to its appeal among locals and tourists alike. Give their milk sweets a spin and you'll keep coming back for more.
    A meal for two would cost you around INR 200 here.

    Address: No 5, Church Square
    Telephone: +91-832-2426116

  • Vihar Restaurant
    Locals and tourists swear by the huge array of yummy veggie delights dished out at this restaurant. If you're in the mood for some experimentation of your own, you can also try your hand at preparing your very own mixed juice concoction here. Popular dishes here include local favourites like Goan Patal Bhaji, Punjabi Samosas, Paneer Kofta, Paneer Tikka and North Indian Thali.
    It would cost you around INR 300 for a meal for two.

    Address: 31 Janeiro Road, Althino
    Near Main Post Office
    Telephone: +91-832-2225744

  • Veg Baba
    Try this cheerfully done up restaurant and go back with a happy heart and tummy. Located near the famous 18th June Road, the restaurant declares itself to be completely a meat-free zone and serves almost every type of Indian vegetarian cuisine. Try the usual favourites like Dosas, Pav Bhaji and rich, crisp Samosas, the perfect companions to a long, tiring touristy day in Goa.
    A meal for two would cost you around INR 300 here.

    Address: Vagle Vision Building
    18th June Road

  • Little Italy
    If you want to add some Italian touch to your food, without crossing over to the meaty side, try out the vegetarian pastas of Little Italy and let your tastebuds sigh with happiness. But don't be disappointed if Italian is not the flavour of your day. The restaurant also serves a menu of other vegetarian dishes such as aloo parathas, upmas and pohas to name a few.

    Address: 136/1, Gorawad
    Klengute, Kansplam
    Telephone: +91-93260-13320

South Goa

  • Bhakti Kutir Restaurant
    Located inside a tranquil ashram and just 200 metres from the Palolem Beach, this one is sure to make your soul and tummy equally contented. The food prepared here, mainly vegetarian, is cooked keeping the principles of yoga and ayurveda in mind. If you decide to sit down for a meal here, you can soak in the community environment and a friendly, warm atmosphere, taking forward the aim of the ashram itself. Eco-friendly and simple, you'll feel close to nature like never before.

    Address: 296, Colomb
    Palolem, Canacona
    Telephone: +91-832-2643469 / 72

Set out on a gastronomic adventure and forget those calorie charts and diet plans just for this holiday. Let your veggie tastebuds rejoice! There are several Goa tour packages, which includes a trip to the joints serving these delectable dishes. Check the air ticket booking option on ixigo and find regular flights to Goa.

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