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Goan Seafood Restaurants in South Goa To Try Some Kalamari & Shrimps

The tiny state of Goa attracts hordes of tourists every year, who flock to this beautiful paradise to destress themselves and have a good time. Among these tourists, many prefer the southern part of Goa due to the peace and tranquillity that it offers. During their stay, many tourists look for nice places to get their hands on some authentic Goan food. For those planning a holiday in South Goa anytime soon, here Is a list of the top Goan seafood restaurants in South Goa, where you can enjoy a delicious Goan meal.

Martin’s Corner, Betalbatim

Martins Corner, Betalbatim (Image Credit: facebook.com/martinscorneringoa)

Starting the list of best Goan seafood restaurants in South Goa is Martin’s Corner. It’s a bit of a legend in the beautiful village of Betalbatim. It is a nice open-air restaurant where one can have a nice lunch with family and friends. The seafood display at the entrance is very enticing, as is the dessert cabinet. Their extensive menu caters to all tastes, with Goan food being their speciality. For starters, you can try the Goan sausages served with Goan bread. For the main course, you can try their delicious chicken xacuti and chicken cafreal. Also, their shark Ambot-tik is very delicious and will leave you licking your fingers. The place is overcrowded because of its ambience, tasty food and wide range of drinks. The staff is well trained and courteous. The quality of the food offered here is very good and the rates are quite reasonable. They have live music on Sundays from 12.30 pm onwards. The place is a must-visit when in Betalbatim.

Tempero, Cansaulim 

Tempero, Cansaulim (Image Credit: facebook.com/ITCGrandGoaOfficial)

Next on the list of best Goan seafood restaurants in South Goa is Tempero. This is a nice restaurant at ITC Grand Goa Resort in Cansaulim. The restaurant serves the best Goan food you can find anywhere in South Goa. Their prawn curry is truly delicious and will leave you licking your fingers. Their recheado pomfret and their prawn Rava fry are totally out of this world. The food is so fresh and home-cooked that nothing can beat it. North Goa restaurants are a failure in front of Tempero for Goan food. The staff are very friendly and always around to assist you with anything you may need.

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Sumaya Authentic Goan Cuisine, Palolem

Sumaya Authentic Goan Cuisine, Palolem (Image credit: facebook.com/Su-Maya-The-Goan-Cuisine-476907762364465)

This is a multi-cuisine restaurant known for serving the finest Goan cuisine in Palolem. The restaurant has a very simple setting. You can try their kingfish thali which comes with a Rawa fried kingfish, Goan fish curry, steamed rice and pickles. They have many other authentic Goan curries on their menu as well. Everything available over here is prepared nicely and is served in good portions. You can end your meal with a plate of bebinca, a traditional Goan dessert, which is very tasty. This place is a must-visit if you happen to be in the Palolem Beach area. 

Kinara, Cavelossim

Kinara Restaurant, Cavelossim (Image Credit: facebook.com/Kinara-Restaurant-631020416933816/)

Lastly, on the list of Goan seafood restaurants in South Goa is Kinara. This restaurant is located on the Mobor-Cavelossim road in Cavelossim. The place is a multicuisine restaurant known for its delicious Goan seafood. It is a nice place to chill out, after a dip in the sea or a nice stroll around the verdant bliss of the area. 

The ambience of the place is very relaxing. Must-tries at this place include the Goan thali, chicken Xacuti and Kingfish Rawa fry. This is a place where you would go if you are a great foodie and want to have lots of good Goan dishes at a reasonable price! A must visit when in Cavelossim.

So, if you happen to visit the southern part of Goa’s sunshine state anytime soon, drop in at one of these amazing restaurants and treat yourself to a sumptuous feast of some delicious Goan flavours. Bon Appetit!

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